A man recently asked me, "So how much of this stuff [Grommets] do you buy?" I couldn't tell if he meant it as a challenge. No matter. It's an easy answer: "A lot!" I really believe in these products. And we don't get to keep many of our test samples....they end up being either consumed, given away for testing by non-team members, or stored in our archives. (I envision the Museum of Grommet, seriously, some day.)
So I go on our site and buy Grommets, just like everyone else.
Case in point. Last week I used the E-Cloth to do two jobs I avoid. Cleaning stainless steel (don't like the greasy sprays) and cleaning windows (always a production). I especially avoid washing my chandelier. I like to keep it sparkling. But the reality is I get to clean it about twice a year. The E-Cloth cut the time for the job in half by letting me just wipe and polish, rather than soap, scrub and dry. Hooray. I documented the results.
Encouraged, I actually swooped over to clean our pretty disgusting front door.
I didn't think to take photos, but I was probably even more impressed with the effectiveness of the E-Cloth stainless steel cloth. It's now always close at hand in my kitchen.
So, the E-Cloth is particularly easy to demo in a blog post. But I do really take many, many Grommets into my life. I want to support these companies and they are truly special products. I told my husband I wanted to give mainly Grommets for Christmas and mused, "Is that somehow cheating?" (i.e. not working hard enough to find a gift). He roared laughing....given the amount of work our team puts into selecting Grommets...these will be the most labored-over gifts we've ever given.