I know you are probably all fed up hearing about my dry rot trauma and the ensuing renovation of half of my house, however it’s relevant here as it is what made me jump at the chance to review some cleaning products from bizzybee. I’m
generally not very NEVER enthused by cleaning, it’s a necessary chore, but it has become even more necessary with the sheer volume of dirt and dust that a renovation project creates.
What really good about bizzybee’s high-performance products, is that they allow you to spend less time on chores and more time on the things that really matter. And because we all clean differently, bizzybee has gloves and cloths for every pair of hardworking hands, even those with sensitive skin. There is a range of eight rubber gloves, six cloths and one (very pretty) scourer.
I think my favourite product is the bizzybee scouring gloves One glove comes with a non-scratch scouring palm while the other is left plain for easy handling.Which means your fingers can now clean all those hard to reach places, plus each pair has a cotton flock lining for comfort. What a cool idea! I’ve never seen anything like that before.
Bizzybee also provided me with some eco-friendly cleaning products, a white vinegar spray and a box of bicarbonate of soda, the vinegar spray is particularly good on glass and even my ceramic hob!
BizzyBee is a Corporate Fellow of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust (BBCT). The BBCT is a registered charity that made headlines in 2010 as the winner of the National Lottery Award for Best Environment Project. With over 7,000 members, including internationally renowned scientists, the BBCT works closely with politicians and statutory agencies to champion the cause of bumblebees and promote sustainable agricultural policies.
bizzybee’s donations help support the BBCT’s conservation initiatives, including the world’s first bumblebee sanctuary in Scotland. This 20-acre meadow was created in partnership with the RSPB.
There are loads of cleaning tips for all round the house on the bizzybee website where you can buy the products direct from Eric the bizzybee. There are also competitions to win bizzybee goodies on Facebook and Twitter @bizzybeeuk.
Thanks to bizzybee for supplying me with a pack of their products, I was not paid to write this review and all opinions are my own.