Zabada Chemical Free Household Cleaners

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We have a running joke around here when it comes to cleaning.

My skin is so sensitive that I tend to break out in blisters on my hands if I come into contact with cleaning products. This is a huge benefit to me when I don’t want to clean… but not so good for everyday life, especially with 3 kids and a household to take care of. I do love being able to say “I can’t clean, I’m allergic to it”!

It came as no surprise that I would have children with sensitivities too.

My middle daughter and youngest both have asthma, eczema and very sensitive skin. It’s a constant battle between keeping our house free of allergy triggers {chemicals} and keeping it clean so that they don’t get sick, another trigger.

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When I heard about Zabada Clean I was really intrigued.

A product that used no chemicals, but still left our house clean? I wanted to know more. I couldn’t really understand how it worked until I actually had it in my hands. Pretty much the fibers collect and trap all the bad stuff and then they are released when you rinse it off again with just water. After a few uses you can wash them in the washing machine and hang them up to dry. They are then ready to use again and again!

The Zabada website says it best…

“Zabada fibers clean cleaner, faster, easier and healthier, using just water – nature’s own super-solvent.

While the water goes to work on loosening the dirt, Zabada’s ultra-fine and unique thick-pile fibers replace the whole yucky chemical process to achieve an unbeatable result – removing up to 100% of bacteria. “

It’s a deep-cleaning mechanical process that shaves off and traps the dirt, grease and bacteria deep in the fiber, and only releases them when the fibers are washed.”

“So it’s not just a pretty fiber. Zabada is engineered and manufactured in Austria to exacting ISO* standards. And in university tests**, they reached one resounding conclusion – Zabada fibers outperform traditional cloths soaked in bleach, anti-bacterial cloths and other microfibers on the market.”

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Zabada has a product for every room and need in your home.

The same principle applies to all the Zabada products I tried… there is a side for delicate surfaces and one for regular. This makes it easy to get your cleaning done quickly because you only need one product to do both delicate and regular surfaces. To clean you just get it wet first and then you follow it up with the dry cloth. The Dust Glove and Dust Floor Fibers are the only fibers that do not need to be wet and there is a fiber for each floor type too so you can really personalize the cleaning experience to your own home and needs. Zabada also does not require the use of paper towels, which eliminates any waste.

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I put Zabada to the test.

I started with my kitchen counter where we had just made dinner and there was dried spaghetti sauce on my marble counters. I would normally have to really scrub after I let the chemical cleaners sit for a minute to loosen it up. This time all I had to do was wipe over it with normal pressure and it came right up. No chemicals needed at all and no hard scrubbing needed either.

The bathroom mirror sparkled.

This didn’t seem like it was going to work to me. I’m used to having to use something to make my mirrors streak free and clean. Water has never worked before and I’ve tried “magic” cloths before with less than great results… but this worked. Like totally spot free and “company” ready.

chemical free bathroom cleaners

This would make a great gift this holiday season. Or if you are like us and trying to cut back on chemicals in your home you need to have this. Zabada offers a complete line of products and I already have a list of what I’ll be adding to our household next.

Be sure to visit the Zabada Clean website to learn more.

Heather Reese
the authorHeather Reese
Heather Delaney Reese is the storyteller and photographer behind the lifestyle and family travel blog, It's a Lovely Life®! For the past decade, she has vacationed over 150 days a year with her family. She is a vegan, and loves being by the water, spending time with her children, husband, 2 Shih Tzus and Cat.


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