fit fruit and vegetable wash

fit fruit and vegetable wash

this is serious business. this washing of fresh fruits and vegetables, so no silly words here about FIT. i am no freaky weird girl-in-a-bubble germaphobe, but i use FIT fruit and vegetable wash on EVERY fruit and vegetable that comes into my house, even if it's labeled as organic, even if i bought it from the farmers' market from the hot son of the farmer from whom i've been buying fresh figs for five years. it not only dissolves those disgusting waxes and preservatives that the grocery store sprays on (which can trap bacteria and other weird stuff), but it washes away excess dirt and human germs that are everywhere, no matter your source. for your thanksgiving salad -- and yes, there better be at least ONE salad on that table because potatoes don't count as vegetables -- dunk your lettuce in FIT. or spray your bosc pears with FIT. or whatever else you're putting in there.

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  • This stuff smells so clean without any flowery or toxic scent. Just spray it all over the kitchen and wipe it down, and in 2 minutes you think you cleaned the kitchen!

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