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My daughter Sophia is an absolute adorable bundle of cuteness, most of the time.  When she gets bored or gets curious, that’s when the little terror in her comes out, she like to get into everything, she destroys stuff, everything ends up on the floor, she gets into my makeup and drives me absolutely crazy, but of course, I love her to pieces.  I find the best way to deal with toddler mess is by letting her play with her toys, then I ask her to clean up after herself which she does about 5% of the time.


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My top tip for cleaning up mess is by using my Libman Precision Angle Broom, it keeps me sane, instead of walking around the house picking up everything up piece by piece, I just sweep it all up into one big pile and go through everything!  I used to pick up after my kids right away, guess what? That didn’t leave much time for me!


The Precision Angle Broom is perfect for cleaning up my kids’ mess, and I can get into all those little cracks and corners where food and other stuff seems to end up. It’s precisely cut to reach under cabinets and tight corners.  Unlike regular brushes, this is guaranteed with quality construction, a longer life and it’s environmentally friendly fiber is made from recycled water bottles.


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Sweeping the floor isn’t the only thing that’s important, Mopping it is too, especially this season with cold and flu going around, I also have a 1 year old and when babies get sick it’s no fun for the child or parent.


The Libman Freedom® Spray Mop along with Libman Multi-Surface floor cleaner work great to keep my floors clean.  The neck of the mop swivels 360 degrees, making it easy for me to control and get into those tough, hard to reach spots.  It comes with a microfiber pad that is thick and cleans deep.  It’s machine washable up to 100 times and works great on wood floors, laminate, tile, marble, linoleum, stone, and more.


You can add on the Flexible Microfiber wand that picks up dust and the allergens in them, it’s great for dusting furniture, light fixtures and more!


The Freedom® Spray Mop tank has the exact amount of cleaner and water, it cleans away dirt and grime on tile, vinyl, wood, linoleum, laminate, marble, stone and more!  It has a refreshing citrus scent and it will refill the spray mop up to 50 times!
If you want to add more Libman products to the mix, the Big Job Scrubbing Dish Wand has you sorted. It’s strong, durable and fits into the little corners. The bristles also rinse clean very easily!
Did you know that Libman Company is green?


Libman products use 95% recycled plastic to make their broom bristles and up to 70% recycled steel to create the mop and brrom handles, I don’t know of many companies that do this and I always love using products that care about the environment, their product packaging is also made with eco friendly and partially recycled materials! I like that their mop heads are machine washable, this is also better for the environment and prevents hundreds of disposable cleaning pads from being discarded into landfills.

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Libman’s American Made Story:


For over 120 years, the Libman family has made quality their utmost priority. William Libman started The Libman Company in Illinois in 1896 with one mission; to make the finest, most durable wire-wound corn brooms. William’s sons, grandsons and great grandchildren have since expanded that mission to include the finest mops, brooms, brushes and cleaning tools. For more of the history, you can visit: https://libman.com/pages/about/