|The Libman Company|
Clean, Dust, Wash, Smile
How we love to cook and entertain. We have a passion for creating recipes and serving them to family and friends. But as you might expect, during preparation, there is always quite a mess to clean. And then, of course, there is more cleaning after the meals are served. Dishes, counters and floors all need scrubbing, cleaning, wiping, shining. And, alas, not everything goes in the dishwasher. So, just as we use efficient culinary tools to cook and bake, KosherEye is always searching for the best cleaning “assistants” for the kitchen, and for the rest of the house. For our kitchens, our new personal cleaning assistant is the Libman.
We discovered Libman after attending a Libman Twitter party! We were enticed, so we tried some of them. We can report that these are clearly 21st century cleaning tools. So, If you are still using a dip and squeeze mop, or a plain hand held sponge, consider yourself so 20th century!
But before we describe our new helpers, let’s first take a look back:
William (Bill) Libman a Lithuanian immigrant to the U.S., founded Libman. For more than 115 years, the Libman family has made cleaning products with a singular mission: quality. The original goal was to make the finest, most durable wire-wound corn brooms. It was the best seller from Bill’s pushcart of sundries and cleaning tools. Since that day, the family, including William’s sons, grandsons and great-grandchildren, have widely expanded the company to include mops, brooms, brushes and cleaning tools.
Based in Illinois, The Libman Company is now one of the largest housewares facilities in the country. During the past 15 years, the company has enlarged its product line to become the leading manufacturer of high–quality brooms, mops and brushes in the United States. Today, it is still family run, by the fourth generation of Libmans: Andrew, Rachel, Aaron and Ilana
And now meet our new found cleaning assistants from Libman, and they are all made in the USA:
Freedom Dust Mop
Libman recommends using the Freedom Dust Mop for dry dusting, and then the spray mop for cleaning when necessary.
Cook, Serve, Clean
Glass Dish Sponge
Dish Scrub and Soap Dispenser
Watch this video demonstration on the Libman Freedom Mop.
October 30, 2011