Piggy Maid is a piggy
that will make your kitchen clean-y
A kitchen and a pigsty. You may have the impression that after preparing dinner you can put the equal sign between the two. Even if your kitchen has never looked that bad, you surely have a means and method to get rid of dirt there. It’s probably that something from a commercial with a pretty woman holding a frying pan that looks like it was used already in the Iron Age and then only for burning the food fried on it. And of course, nobody has ever washed it. So, a drop of the advertised green liquid is enough for the age-old dirt to change into a rainbow. But don’t let your children touch it. And before you use the pan again, it would be a good idea to rinse it thoroughly. Preferably a zillion times.
What we mean here is cleaning agent with a complicated composition. With beautiful names like sodium benzosate, a petrochemical, and our favourite: formaldehyde. Or short names like SLS, SLES, NTA and EDTA. A composition that even Maria Curie would have looked at with curiosity. However, if chemistry has never been your strong point, you don’t need to read such things or use them. Choose Piggy Maid instead!
Piggy Maid is a cleaning agent with a clean composition! This pig breaks stereotypes! She is clean outside and inside, and she’ll make clean everything she touches. She’s kind of like Miss Piggy and if there was a kitchen cleaning agent beauty contest, she would win it, no doubt. So, although she did not throw any ring into lava, she did not save a princess, and she is not a Jedi, do not think little of her, because she can clean like none other.
Zillion likes for Piggy Maid!
Everyone likes her. Vegans, allergy sufferers and those who care for the environment. Maybe it’s her pig snout, maybe it’s Maybelline. Or maybe her delicate effectiveness.
Be good to your friend and give her Piggy Maid
Piggy Maid: The Professional (kitchen cleaner)
The kitchen gets dirty. Every day. Therefore, it is worth having a professional ally for it. One in a nice bottle, with a nice composition and obvious effectiveness. Preferably in the company of a reusable sponge, dishwasher and plenty of good humour. Especially when you have many mouths to feed and a lot to clean. E v e r y d a y.
Furniture, tiles, household appliances and table tops
One liquid for the entire room (maybe apart from the floors, because that’s somebody else’s territory)? Piggy Maid is the answer. She is 100% organic, vegan, hypoallergenic, effective and safe. In a kitchen where you cook and then eat what you cook – it’s really important.
Even for dummies
As a true professional, Piggy Maid follows certain rules. Or actually a single rule, to make things simple. It says: Clean it fast and simple. Even if you clean like once a year, you will find her company useful. She doesn’t ask difficult questions, doesn’t grumble, just gets the job done.
O.K. We admit: She may sometimes oink!
Kitchen countertops are where we cut and chop: vegetables, sausages for a 5-year-old and our own fingers. When we wash it all with a detergent, we then absorb that detergent. And the product which has coped with a pan unwashed since the time of Alexander the Great, also copes wonderfully with our organs and sometimes becomes part of our cells. We don’t get any superpowers from it, mind you. We won’t grow a third leg either. However, life’s kind of easier without it.
So, just stop it.
Don’t beat yourself, treat yourself!
Hire the Piggy Maid! And get rid of unwanted fat…from the kitchen ;)
Feel it and don’t get enough of it. The manufacturers are screwing with us. They really are. Those yogurts with ingredients lists taking up half a package. That “lack of preservatives” in products where they don’t need to be added at all. Those parabens probably in every cosmetic advertised by a pretty actress with hair that shines so much it would look strange on the street, to say the least. And then – the cleaning products too. The mess we inhale, ingest, rub in. No one pays any attention to us. Feel it, and just let it go. And then let’s choose something else!
non-ionic surfactants (<5%), preservatives (Phenoxyethanol)
* 100% ingredients of organic origin + water – classification of ingredients according to the ECHA database (Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006).
We don’t give you that crap: