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Are you ready for a short riddle and my questionable wit? To solve this puzzle you will have to use your wisdom with a dash of grit! Focus on clean, buff, and spend, then you’ll solve it!

I love to make things clean

I am soft, fuzzy, and occasionally green

For all your nice stuff

I can help you buff

I am worth the money you spend

Ditch the disposables, friend

What am I?

Microfiber Cloths!

Convenient & Clean

Humanity has come to a fuzzy, microfiber circle. At one point in our past, everything was reused. Then humanity moved forward (in mostly good ways) and convenience became the clean, yet disposable, king. Now, reusables are a thing again. Of the many wonders of microfibers, my favorite is their convenience. After I buy a set, I don’t need to replace them for a very long time. They are always patiently waiting to be put into service on a shelf by the sink. If it feels like adulting, does that make in adulting?

Buff All the Stuff

I prefer reusable because after the initial purchase the rest is all savings. I don’t have another excuse to visit Costco for paper towels or cleaning wipes. My Costco addiction runs deep, I don’t another reason to visit that box store of awesomeness, I need less. Bonus Round: Microfiber cloths and household cleaning go together like camping in the backcountry. For this certified hippy, vinegar and dish soap are her tools of choice for household cleaners. If it’s cheap, safe, and simple you know this hippy is all about it! Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, BuLL Crew, it does. Microfibers are soft and won’t scratch your valuables. Gotta keep ’em valuable and shiny so the last next to forever! If you are wondering what kind of fuzzy cloths I use, here are their friends on Amazon.

Less on the Spend, More on the Save

I say no to the landfill. There is so much that is thrown away: plastic (Montana doesn’t recycle that), glass (see prior parenthesis), used tissues, and other gross disposable products. It’s a lot. Too much. This is one way I thank the planet and save my money. A strange way to say thank you but an effort nonetheless!

What about you, BuLL Crew? Are on the microfiber bandwagon or still giving the side-eye to those warm and fuzzy cleaning cloths?

You got this, BuLL Crew!

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