Perfect for glass and high sheen surfaces!
Microfibre cleaning cloths are an invention which make less toxic cleaning infinitely easier. Microfibre cloths clean, dust and polish without using any cleaning chemicals. The cloths are made of tiny wedge shaped fibres, up to 100 times finer than a human hair. The tiny fibres grab and hold dirt. They are long lasting and re-usable.
- In the kitchen, use microfibre for cleaning counters and stovetops. The tiny fibres pick up more dirt and food residue than most cloths.
- In the bathroom, microfibre can clean tub, sink and shower stall surfaces.
- Chrome faucets, taps, and showerheads can all be polished with microfibre alone. Dirt disappears, and voila, shiny surfaces with little effort.
- Windows can be cleaned with just microfibre cloths and water. Use one cloth to wash, and another to dry. No dirt, no streaks.
- Dusting is easy with microfibre. The little fibres trap dust so that it stays in one place instead of flying around. When the job is finished, shake the cloth outside, or rinse in lukewarm water and hang to dry.
- A microfibre cloth in the car is perfect for cleaning the windshield. It will remove condensation, kids’ hand prints, dog nose prints, ice cream smears and other dirt. Make sure its dry before storing in the glove compartment to avoid mould.
Microfibre cloths should be damp for cleaning, dry for dusting. They work best for cleaning if soaked for a few minutes in warm water, but they work even if that step is omitted.
Microfibre clothes should be cleaned after use by washing in warm water with a little dish detergent. They can be washed in the washing machine but MUST BE KEPT AWAY FROM FABRIC SOFTENER. Fabric softener clogs the fibres and will ruin the cloth.
For tough cleaning jobs where a little extra oomph is needed, use microfibre cloths with a small amount of ‘See Thru’ glass cleaner.
Microfibre cloths are tolerated well by people with chemical sensitivity. They may need to be aired out or rinsed with a mild detergent before use to remove stored smells.
Microfibre cloths save money by reducing the need for chemical cleaners. They reduce exposure to chemicals in the home and reduce pollution from cleaning chemicals.