We’ve seen glass cleaners that have gone from strength to strength over the years.
And now we have a new contender to pick from: Cellulose products.
The company, which is backed by billionaire Peter Thiel and billionaire venture capitalist Vinod Khosla, says it is making an exception to its usual rules for a cleaner that will last longer and will break down into its core ingredient, cellulose.
Cellulosins are essential for making glass, and their high-energy molecules can break down the glass into the material it’s made of.
Cellulosin is a major component of polymers, and it has been found to have anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as its own antibacterial properties.
Cellulin also helps to bind oxygen to water, making it an excellent cleaning agent.
As for the glass, Cellulize says it has taken advantage of cellulose’s ability to absorb moisture, which in turn creates a cleaner, stronger and more durable material.
The Cellulite® is the only Celluloid® cleaner available that is free of chemicals, pesticides, solvents and preservatives.
And the Cellulotube® cleanses at a rate of 90% faster than other Cellulasellids.
Celestium is one of the largest and most valuable metals in the world, and many people are looking for a new cleaner to replace that.
Celestiums chemical activity is known to cause cancer, heart disease, arthritis and other ailments.
Celastine is one component of Celastin®, and its high-performing properties have been demonstrated to help protect against various diseases.
The Celastrin® is also one of our favorite cleaners because it’s non-toxic, safe for use with children, and will also remove any unwanted dust particles that might be in your home.
The Celastrine® cleanser is the first to incorporate the Celastion® micro-cleaner that helps clean your house and home.
It’s also the first Cellulitic® cleaner to be certified by the World Health Organization.
The Cellulizer® is a new option, which cleans at a more even rate and removes the most unwanted contaminants.