About e-cloth e-Cloth® Oversized Window Cleaning Cloth - Microfiber
Closeouts. Exasperating window streaks will be a thing of the past when you start using e-Cloth®'s window cleaning cloth. Just dampen the waffle-woven microfiber with water to remove dirt and grime, inside and out.
Specs about e-cloth e-Cloth® Oversized Window Cleaning Cloth - Microfiber
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by shellmar from St. Paul, MN on Tuesday, December 4, 2012This cloth was thick, absorbent and wrung out well. Cleaned my floors wonderfully without chemicals (didn't know they were so dirty).
Verified Buyer Reviewed by jorja from pittsburgh, pa on Monday, November 19, 2012Used it on dirty windows, did the job but needed to use a dry, clean towel to finish the job
Verified Buyer Reviewed by johnajda from San Mateo, CA on Monday, October 15, 2012This glass cleaning cloth is great! It makes your windows & mirrors completely spotless and streak-less. I have purchased other glass cleaning cloths, but this one is the best, probably due to the texture/design of the fabric (multiple small dimples), which is designed perfectly for cleaning glass & mirrors.
Reviewed by One who Kayaks from Scranton, PA on Sunday, October 14, 2012I used this as directed for a very large bathroom mirror, a mirror in the living room, and all the framed photos in my house. No streaks. The key is wring out as much water as possible. You don't need two cloths. I also used it to clean a french door with 12 lites, inside and out, that just gives me fits with all the streaking. No streaks with this. I also used it on my entry door. Then I tried it on a glass shower surround and chrome fixtures. Love it.
- Pros: No Chemicals Necessary, No Paper Towels Necessary
Verified Buyer Reviewed by DIYgirl from PA on Wednesday, August 15, 2012Any waffle weave fabric would probably do the same thing (raised areas for scrubbing) and you really need two of these - one wet, one dry, or you get streaks and water mess marks all over your glass. That or you will be using paper towels anyway like I had to in order to wipe off the dirty water from my windows. After doing the inside and outside of the first window, the cloth really needed to be washed and how impractical is that? Not the awesome product I was led to believe, but if you insist and spending your money on this, buy 2.
- Cons: Need two cloths
- Pros: No chemicals
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