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Old 21-01-2008, 08:12 AM
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Yes! E cloths...

...am I the last person in the world to start using these?? Do any of you use them??

They're microfibre type cloths that you can use damp, wet or dry depending on what you're cleaning and you don't need to use any cleaning products with them. My mum bought me four, all different colours so you can save each one for a different purpose. Apparently there are various different types too that you can put on floor mop heads etc. for different floor surfaces.

I've tried mine and they seem brilliant just wondered if any of you lot had heard of them.

They're not cheap apparently but not sure how much as mum didn't say but I think they last quite a long time and don't lose their effectiveness after they've been washed. It says you can wash them 300+ times and you can boil them too .

Well hope I'm not telling you all what you already know.

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Old 21-01-2008, 06:07 PM
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I have been using these cloths for a year now they're fab aren't they. I bought them for all my stainless steel stuff in the kitchen as they don't leave smears at all. I also have the pack of 2 for my shower one for the glass the other for the plastic and chrome.I got mine from John Lewis and I think you can get them from Lakeland plastics.
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Old 22-01-2008, 09:01 AM
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Thumbs up Hi Bec....

...yes, they're amazing little things. Not sure why I've not heard of them before.

Here is the link to their site for those who're interested...

http://www.e-cloth.com

off to have a look myself....

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Old 11-03-2008, 07:45 AM
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Sharon, I've just bought the e-cloth mop system and it is brilliant. Cleans the floor so much better than a normal mop and it doesn't leave the floor as wet as well. It should save loads of money on replacement sponges etc. as you just pop it in the washing machine, great.

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Old 11-03-2008, 08:03 AM
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I use the one for windows.......absolutely brilliant! Got mine from Lakeland and am going back for more!

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