- The padded construction gives it very high absorbency and it has three sections for flexibility
- This is what enables it to leave surfaces so shiny
- The thicker fibres and their wedge-shape construction give the cloth its extraordinary cleaning power
- It is exceptional on shiny surfaces and will leave taps, chrome fittings, towel-rails, mirrors and windows completely smear-free
- The cloth has a different fibre construction and a different weave to the General Purpose cloth
- Sponge Cloth
Ideal for the bathroom and kitchen, this cloth is designed for cleaning wet areas around sinks, baths and showers
- 30cm x 15cm
Glass & Polishing Cloth
The Glass & Polishing cloth is our most versatile cloth
- It will perform well on all light cleaning
- This reduces overall absorbency and makes it less effective on heavy dirt, however, it increases the speed at which moisture is absorbed and its performance on light grease and dirt is excellent
- Ideally used in combination with the Glass & Polishing Cloth, which is great for taps, mirrors and the final polish to other hard surfaces
- It will easily outperform specialist liquid cleaners on glass
- 40cm x 50cm
How It Works
Each E-cloth has an extraordinary 480,000 strands per square centimetre. Every special E-cloth fibre is 1/100th the width of a human hair. It is this, together with the wedge shape of each individual fibre, that gives the cloths their remarkable cleaning capability and their high absorbency.
Unlike conventional cloths, as you draw an E-cloth across a surface, the fibres clean by breaking up, trapping and absorbing dirt AND grease into the material. All this with just water.
There is a lot more to it than that, of course, and each cloth is different. If you want to learn more>>>
E-cloths will last you a long time - at least 300 washes guaranteed
E-cloth will save you money, by reducing your use of household chemicals by up to 90%. We estimate this to be a saving of up to £100 per year for an average household.
SOURCE: Marketing pocket book 2008 average household spends on cleaning products AC Nielsen.
© E-cloth 2009