One of my New Years resolutions is all about going green for 2017. I am trying to replace products that I use daily with a more eco-friendly alternative but also is just as good as the product I am replacing. I recently found Bump It Off. I am in love with this multi-use tool. They are made of silicone so you can use them over and over, clean them really easily, and they are super durable. Plus it has so many uses. Here are some of my favorite.
I have actually replaced several products around the house with Bump It Off. The possibilities are endless. You get two in a box so we have dedicated one to cleaning and one for our pets.
- Loosen and lift stubborn stains from clothes and upholstery
- BUMP IT OFF no longer lets you track dirt in the house—wipe your shoes clean—works on all types, from suedes to woven fabrics and even on the soles of the shoes
- Clean fruits and vegetables—it’s gentle enough while still getting dirt off
- Use as a grooming tool for your pet and they’ll love the massage
- Use in the shower to exfoliate, massage and refresh your skin
- Get rid of dirt, grime and bacteria on makeup brushes
It’s really easy to use, you can hold it in four different ways. So no matter what project you are working on it’s a versatile and easy to work with. Comes in some great fun colors to brighten up your kitchen as well. It has become my go to tool around the house.
BUMP IT OFF is easy to clean – it can go in the top rack of the dishwasher to be sanitized and used over and over! Don’t waste money on cheap, low-quality brushes and sponges, this well-designed product can last a lifetime.
You can learn more on the Bump It Off Website.
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