Zabada is the 21st century solution to a greener, faster, easier and healthier clean for your home. Microfiber has taken Europe and Australia by storm with millions of followers and Zabada's plan is to reduce the use of toxic cleaning chemicals in America. These chemicals are known to poison and cause serious harm to your health and the environment.
Using microfiber cleaning tech in conjunction with H2O, Zabada uses zero chemicals to remove 99.9% of bacteria. The surface is left smooth and germ free without sticky residue for a cleaner clean. All products last up to 3 years, the reusability allows customers to reduce the waste adding to the landfill and reduce the total spend on cleaning products each month.
Zabada is scientifically proven to clean better, faster and healthier when compared to traditional chemical cleaning methods! Read more
Who’s Zabada Clean?
Zabada is crusading to rid homes, and the planet, of crazy poisonous chemical cleaners. We’re taking a stand against yucky chemicals that leave yucky toxic residues and emissions for your skin to absorb and kids to breathe – chemicals known to poison and cause us serious harm.
We’re crusaders with integrity and a solution that’s scientifically proven to clean better, faster and healthier. And joining our mission are millions of households across Europe and Australasia who’ve already shed the HAZMAT suit and converted to chemical-free living with the Zabada system.
What’s the Zabada fiber cleaning system?
It’s an Austrian-made and engineered range of advanced cleaning microfibers and microfiber cloths, the likes of which no grease, grime or bacteria have ever seen before in the US. Zabada fibers are deeper, thicker and superior in quality compared to your average microfiber cloth. They’re made and hand-sewn in Austria to exacting European ISO* standards. They’re cut 100 times finer than a human hair to reach in and grab every particle from every kind of surface. And all they need to remove dirt and bacteria is a little water – the stuff that’s safe for your kids to drink.
It’s a quick and simple mechanical process that’s easily explained in our ‘How Zabada Works’ video.