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#1 Thu 08 Feb 07 10:27pm

tdubya

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From Birmingham, UK
Member since Fri 27 Oct 06

Microfiber cloths

At the Good Food show I bought a set of SMART microfiber cloths as well as a mop. The idea is that they only require water to do their job of cleaning pretty well anything. The mop works well on the floor too.

My problem is a bit of a silly one really. The cloths were not cheap, as a result I'm struggling to bring myself to using it like it says on the packet for everything. For example to wipe down the kitchen tops, greasy hob surfaces etc. Does anyone else have such a cloth which they use for everything and how do you keep it in good condition?

I tried their website and it wasn't really full of information on how to keep the cloths in good condition.

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#2 Fri 09 Feb 07 5:01am

The White Rabbit

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Re: Microfiber cloths

i have one that is machine washable  big_smile

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#3 Fri 09 Feb 07 8:20am

tdubya

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Re: Microfiber cloths

Hmmm.. maybe mine is too. I'll need to check the symbols on the label to see.

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#4 Fri 09 Feb 07 11:09am

Elvis Parsley

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Re: Microfiber cloths

I bought a bunch of these on my big Dunelm spree yesterday for about a quid each - they're machine washable.  And very effective

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#5 Fri 09 Feb 07 12:19pm

tdubya

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Re: Microfiber cloths

A quid each !!! Time I paid Dunelm a visit !!!

I'll not feel so precious about using those as I do with these at the moment.

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#6 Fri 09 Feb 07 2:05pm

Elvis Parsley

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Re: Microfiber cloths

Dunelm rocks.  Just had to go in there again and they even sell microfibre gloves for £2.

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#7 Sat 10 Feb 07 4:25am

kimber

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Re: Microfiber cloths

I have the cloths and the mop cover - all of which are machine washable.  I love them for my granite counters and the hardwood floors.  The mop part can be used dry (to catch all the cat hair lol ) or wet (to clean up the spilled milk from the kids!) Very versatile!

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