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Allergy Asthma Friendly Cleaning with E-Cloth Microfiber

Toxin-Free Allergy Asthma Friendly Cleaning with Microfiber Ecloth



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Friend, is cleaning with chemicals wreaking havoc on your allergies and asthma? But you don’t know any other way?

I get it.

That was definitely me a few years ago. Look out family, mom is going into the bathroom to clean. You all evacuate and save yourselves,and I will turn on the bathroom fan, hold my breath, and hope for the best.

Then one night in the ER I needed a chest x-ray.

And the doctor came to solemnly tell me they had seen a “spot” on my lung that would need some follow-up. Talk about a wake-up call.

The weeks of waiting to find out if the spot was serious or just an x-ray shadow were nerve-wracking.

I had never smoked a day in my life. But I couldn’t help but wonder if all the chemicals I had been breathing had finally taken their toll.

Thankfully, it DID end up being just a fluke. But I was determined to keep my lungs as healthy as possible from that point on. The toxins had to go.

That’s when I looked into microfiber cleaning first with Norwex and then with the more affordable option of e-cloth.

I stuck with e-cloth for the great performance, convenient ordering online, free shipping, and of course the incredible price. My husband even became a huge fan with his dust allergy, eczema, and asthma. Cutting toxins was helping him, too.


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Have you tried cleaning with just microfiber and water before?

Maybe you’ve been hesitant because you think it’s impossible to remove germs and bacteria without using chemicals. But it’s actually not.

High quality microfiber, with just water, has been scientifically proven to pick up and remove dirt and bacteria at a 99.9% rate, better than bleach!

Cutting bleach and harmful chemicals from your home helps improve allergies, asthma, and overall health.

Our homes, kids, pets, family, and planet all benefit when you clean toxin-free. We have not looked back.


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Microfiber cloths are made of filaments so small and strong that when using just water, they break up, lift, and lock in bacteria. Dust, grease, oils, grime, dirt, and bacteria are quickly and easily removed and locked away deep inside the fibers until the cloths are rinsed or washed.



It is very easy for you to get started.

Simply check out the e-cloth Starter Pack. (affiliate)

It comes with four General Purpose Cloths that you can designate for areas around your home, using damp for sanitizing and cleaning.

Perhaps choose one color each for the kitchen, bathroom, dusting, and glass.

The Starter Pack pack also comes with one Glass Polishing Cloth.

Use this after the General Purpose Cloths to dry and shine stainless steal, mirrors, windows, etc.

E-Cloths last for years when properly maintained.


Because it’s no fun to pay shipping, I love that e-cloth offers free shipping on orders of $20 or more.

Otherwise, shipping is a flat $3.99.

And your satisfaction is guaranteed!


Hope you loved this little 101 on e-cloth microfiber cloths and toxin-free cleaning that’s great for allergies, asthma, and overall health.

About once a month, I email my favorite e-cloth sales going on and sometimes even have an exclusive Milk Allergy Mom e-cloth sale to share!

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And feel free to start shopping with out affiliate link below, as well.

We can’t wait for you to get started on your own toxin-free journey! 





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Thursday 19th of December 2019

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Erin S.

Tuesday 7th of May 2019

I saw you use these for community day for CC. Do you hang them somewhere to dry in between weeks? Take them home? I'm directing for the first time this year and would love to have something like this but I'm not sure how to go about it logistically when the building isn't "ours". I hang my cloths up at home when I'm not using them and then only wash them once a month or so.

Jamie Kaufmann

Sunday 2nd of June 2019

Hi Erin, I used to collect them at the end of the day and hang them on my plastic rolling cart. I'd wash them every few weeks. Hope that helps!

Vanessa Zachry

Tuesday 26th of March 2019

Hi! I heard about E-cloths from Stacey at Humorous Homemaking. I have plenty of Norwex products. I was curious about the difference between Norwex and E-cloth. Could you enlighten me? Thank you!

Jamie Kaufmann

Tuesday 26th of March 2019

Hi Vanessa! This post will help you. Thank you for asking, I wondered the same thing. :) https://milkallergymom.com/2016/04/comparing-norwex-e-clo.html


Friday 8th of March 2019

I received your site from Stacy Myers. I just placed an order thru your affiliate link! I'm so excited and can't wait to begin throwing out cleaners I no longer need!! Thank you for your blog on ECloths!

Jamie Kaufmann

Sunday 10th of March 2019

Hi Abigayle! Thanks for introducing yourself and for your order! It's a great feeling to throw out those cleaners! I remember years ago and haven't bought anymore. You are so very welcome. I know you'll love them!

Jewels Sowers

Saturday 26th of January 2019

What do you use to polish/oil your woodwork and furniture from drying out?

Jamie Kaufmann

Tuesday 29th of January 2019

Hi Jewels. I just don't bother with that. When it's needed, I hear there are oils that work great. :) But yeah, no more furniture polish for me. Great question!

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