(1) 20”x16” Cloth.
Why E-cloth versus common cleaning methods?
It’s crystal-clear, streak-free cleaning made easier for you than ever.
Thanks to millions of tiny fibers made possible by highly specialized fabrication, the Glass & Polishing Cloth produces uncommon cleaning results. What makes these results even more impressive is that absolutely no harmful household chemicals are used – just E-cloth and plain water. The cloth’s special texturing penetrates and removes light grease and dirt leaving all shiny surfaces (windows, mirrors, stainless steel, etc.) streak-free and sparkling clean, without chemical residue.
Cleaning that saves you money – no paper towels or household chemicals to buy. E-cloth performance is guaranteed for 300 machine washings.
Faster, easier cleaning – E-cloth’s fiber function makes cleaning faster and easier. And for most day-to-day use a warm rinse under a faucet is enough to ready it for the next cleaning task. (For floors, check out the E-cloth Mop Set.)
Healthier cleaning – E-clothcleaning is safe for everyone. There’s no chemical reaction involved, just advanced fiber function and water.
Eco-friendly cleaning – E-cloth reduces paper towels landfill waste, and pollution that chemicals create.
Please Note: Although a fine weave, this cloth is not designed to be used on TV and computer screens. Please use the E-cloth Screen Cleaning Pack with CleanSafe that will not only clean these delicate screens, this tandem will restore its protective optical coatings.
Just add water...
E-cloth cleaning is simple, but thorough.
It’s also easier and faster than how you’re used to cleaning.
Cleaning with E-cloth is simple – just add water and clean away. E-cloth is used dry for dusting, but for other types of cleaning water is the only cleaning companion*. (*Our Screen and Lens and Digital Photo Frame Cleaning Packs use CleanSafe Spray instead of water.)
When it comes to applying water we’ve found that there are two apparent types of “E-cloth Enthusiasts:” “The Sprayers” use E-cloth Atomizers to apply water, using dry E-cloths to clean. “The Soakers” wet their E-cloths under the faucet, wring them out, and clean. Often times a dry Glass & Polishing E-cloth is used as the finishing touch. The choice is yours.
Scrolling down will show you a handy alphabetical listing of all E-cloth and CleanSafe products with recommendations on how to use them, but first some general advice...
A Few E-cloth Tips
•Fold the cloth and use as a pad. This ensures good contact of cloth with the surface at all times.
•Use the cloth from side to side or top to bottom of the surface to be cleaned, rather than rubbing around the area. This ensures that dirt on the surface is collected rather than smeared.
Heavy-Duty Cloths – For cleaning thick grease and dirt.
•Wet thoroughly, wring out all excess water, fold and use as a pad. Can rinse cloth as you clean.
•For really heavy dirt, use wet before finishing damp. In some circumstances, such as heavy grease and dirty windows, use hot or warm water.
•For best results, then finish with a Glass & Polishing Cloth or Finishing Cloth.
Lighter-Weight Cloths – For cleaning light grease and dirt from glass and shiny surfaces.
•Spray water onto the surface to be cleaned, fold a dry cloth and wipe.
•Or use dry after a damp General Purpose / Heavy-Duty Cloths.
E-cloth Care & Laundering
For most day-to-day use a warm rinse under the faucet is enough to ready your E-cloth for the next cleaning task.
Washing Instructions: When E-cloths and E-cloth mop heads become so soiled as to require a thorough cleaning, machine wash in hot water (up to 200°), or boil in a saucepan. There are a few exceptions that should be machine-washed at a lower temperature (Dusting Cloths, Drinkware Drying & Polishing Towel, Dry Mop Head and Sponge Cloth). See their individual product listing that follows.
Use minimal detergent. Do not use bleach or fabric softeners. Tumble or air dry.
Glass & Polishing Cloth
Use E-cloth Atomizer to lightly spray surface to be cleaned and wipe until surface is dry
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