Always up for some good clean fun, the E-Cloth General Purpose Cloth tackles nearly every household cleaning task on your list. Masses of precision-engineered microfibers attract and trap grease, grime, fingerprints, and over 99% of bacteria using the cleaning power of water.
This bright yellow cloth is ultra thick and super absorbent. It's perfect for cleaning up around the shower, in the tub, the bathroom sink, and even around the toilet. This waffle-weave cloth is unique, and not just because of its texture.
Wet the surface with our Water Atomizer, then immediately wipe with the dry Glass & Polishing Cloth. It removes grease, dirt, and grime all on its own, so there's no need for other cleaning cloths. One and done!
The Glass & Polishing Cloth (dark green) is for windows, mirrors and light grease and dirt, spray water onto the surface to be cleaned using E-cloth® Water Atomizer, fold the Glass & Polishing Cloth (use dry) and wipe.
Dampen the E-Cloth Bathroom Cloth and wipe to remove soap scum, grime, scale, and over 99% of bacteria. Follow with the Glass & Polishing Cloth for sparkling, streak-free faucets, handles, and glass. Masses of precision-engineered microfibers unlock water's cleaning power.
We recommend using a small amount of detergent. If you're just washing a few E-Cloth products, use about 1 to 2 teaspoons of detergent.
The truth is, both products are wonderful and will change the way you clean but e-cloths perform as well as Norwex at a fraction of the cost. "E-Cloths perform as well as Norwex at a fraction of the cost."
Yes, E-Cloths are microfibre cloths. However, that isn't actually a bad thing. E-Cloths are made from polyamide and polyester fibres woven together. Yes, E-Cloths are actually made from plastic, not fabric.
Microfiber towels feature tiny strands smaller than silk that create dense rows of split fibers. The result is an incredibly absorbent cloth. Microfiber cloths are the best choice to clean your windows because they pick up and trap dirt and grime.
Although not recommended, you can use most cleaning chemicals with e-cloth. Some chemicals will block the fibres and reduce performance. Do not use bleach or chemicals containing bleach, as this will damage the fibres.
After you've gotten the hang of using E-Cloth in your home, take a look at our task-, surface-, and room-specific cleaning products. They clean and shine just like our OGs, but are precisely engineered with a single purpose in mind! And that's all you need to clean with E-Cloth!
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They actually clean. They're scientifically proven to remove 99% of bacteria, including the big'uns like e-coli and listeria. There is no chance of dermatitis, a really nasty skin condition you can get from too much contact with chemicals.
Learn about e-cloth, an effective healthy cleaning option which removes over 99% of bacteria with just water. Save money on paper towels and cleaners with this durable, reusable cleaning tool. Plus, no chemical residues!
On an important note, eCloths are made of plastic and do shed microplastics. Therefore I would recommend washing them in a microplastic catcher, such as a Guppyfriend*.
Norwex has BacLock. E-Cloth does not. E-Cloth used to dabble in such a feature with their Professional General Purpose cloth but ultimately decided to nix silver additives.
E-CLOTH: no longer using silver because bacteria is removed with rinsing and drying.
No, microfiber in and of itself is not antimicrobial. But if you get a microfiber towel infused with an antimicrobial agent, then that microfiber cloth will be antimicrobial.
Tub and Tile Cleaner
All-purpose cleaners and white vinegar are excellent for cleaning almost any surface in the bathroom, but if you want to save yourself from the stretching and reaching involved in cleaning a tub and shower, then consider using a product like Scrubbing Bubbles, as the cleaners at Molly Maid do.
Make a bathtub cleaner paste of one part hydrogen peroxide to two parts baking soda (or cream of tartar). Rub the paste on the stain and let stand for 30 minutes to one hour, then wipe and rinse. If necessary, repeat until the stain is gone.
A: We do not recommend using dish soap on your microfiber towels. Even the free and clear products have fragrances and other chemicals in them that could harm or hinder the microfiber and what it's intended to do.
The Glass & Polishing Cloth can be washed just like most other E-Cloth products. Use a small amount of detergent and avoid bleach, fabric softeners, and dryer sheets. You may tumble dry or air dry the cloth. If air drying, avoid placing the cloth near direct heat.