Wednesday, June 24, 2015

How The Libman Company Is Liberating Canadians From Hum-Drum Cleaning

The Libman Company Heads To Home Depot Canada


We'll start with the Disclaimer - Yes this is a sponsored post, but this just means we're able to offer you a chance to win a floor cleaning trio! Enter the contest at the end of this post

Great news for Canadians! The Libman Company is headed north to Home Depot Canada! With next week our Canadian readers will be celebrating CANADA DAY on July 1st and our American readers will be celebrating INDEPENDENCE DAY on the Fourth of July we thought it was a great time to announce this news to North America!



This means cleaning your home just got a whole lot simpler! Just see how these 3 innovative items can clean your floor.




Why The Libman Company Stands Out In The Cleaning Industry

I'm a big believer in high quality products that are easy to use and floor cleaning trio I received from The Libman Company gets high praise! Not only for their ease of use but for the high standards they have set as a company.
As you can see from the image below their products are North American Made and Family Owned Since 1896



That kind of legacy means they are doing things right! Not only with their items but also on their impact on the environment.  The Libman Company uses 95% recycled plastic to make their broom fibers and up to 70% recycled steel to create the mop and broom handles. Plus they use enviromentally friendly packaging and as you saw in the videos earlier, their mop heads are machine washable which allows you to waste less! To learn more about their environmentally resposible practices visit their GREENSTEPS page.

5 Ways To Fight The Cleaning Hum-Drums

Still not excited about getting to the cleaning chores? Here's a list that will help fight Hum-Drum cleaning!
  1. Turn On The Tunes - Crank up some high energy music to get you moving! This cleaning trio items can also serve as an air guitar or a mic stand if the spirit moves you!
  2. Be Prepared - Whether you think of the boy scouts motto, or as Scar sings "I know it sounds sordid but you'll be rewarded" in The Lion King, it always pays to be prepared. Go grab you cleaning supplies (which may now include items from The Libman Company) to have them all close at hand.
  3. Clean Top To Bottom - Why clean the floor just to wipe crumbs off the counter and mess it up again?
  4. Break It Down - Don't think you have to tackle the whole house at once. Break it down room by room or even area by area (think work desk or kitchen island).
  5. Celebrate Small Victories - Nothing says celebrating a clean floor like a Tom Cruise Risky Business style slide across it!
If those 5 ideas aren't enought to excite you about cleaning then we have 1 more way! You might just WIN a floor cleaning trio from The Libman Company!

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33 comments:

  1. I like to turn on the music while I clean.

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  2. I like to clean at night when everyone is sleeping

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  3. Honestly don't think I beat the hum-drums. Housecleaning is a necessary evil but feels good to see what I've accomplished and to check off the list

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  4. I beat the hum drums by assigned chores on a app to each member of my family. Many hands lighten the load =)

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  5. I put on some music and have some fun moving around while I clean! (Judy Cowan)

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  6. I like to do lots of quick short cleans so things don't get overwhelming.

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  7. I don't do too much at one time. I keep it limited to one room, or one thing at a time (such as just vacuuming, or just mopping, or cleaning the kid's bedroom, etc). (Andrea Amy)

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  8. I turn on some music, I use a list so that I can check things off and I make sure to have a fun reward waiting for when I'm done.

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  9. I blast some really good music while cleaning

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  10. Get everyone involved, play some fun music, and get it done! If you work together, even chores go faster and are more fun.

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  11. I beat the hum drums by doing housework on a dailly basis instead of letting things pile up and keep my home organized so its not such a task.

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  12. I love cleaning bright and early with music blaring! :)

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  13. I like to turn up the music.

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  14. I turn on the music and also open the windows for fresh air

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  15. I beat the hum drums by turning up the music

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  16. I turn on the music and try to stay positive till it is all done! ;)

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  17. I let the kids have a spray bottle with water in it. They spray and wipe everything. It's fun and it cleans.

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  18. I love tsic o listen to music

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  19. I try new products to keep cleaning interesting

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  20. I do a little everyday to keep on top of it while listening to my favorite music.
    Florence C

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  21. Try to do a little bit at least everyday or so to keep on top of the work.

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  22. I turn the music on and try to do just one room each time.

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  23. I always listen to music while cleaning.

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  24. I don't do all the cleaning at once. I do one room at a time.

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  25. I love to clean one room at a time and with music playing

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  26. i clean when nobody is home its much easier lol

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  27. I turn the music up really loud & sing & dance while i'm cleaning!

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  28. I put on some music I like when I am cleaning and set some goals of what I want to do with a reward of some type for when they are all done.

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  29. My son helps me clean. Not exactly efficient but a lot of fun!

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  30. I crank up music that I love, and also have my daughter help so we get it all done a lot faster.

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  31. Ibwait until my toddler falls asleep for the night and then I clean. No sense stressing over it .It is only kid you mess anyway, so with a toddler I wait until he is asleep then clean.

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