At first glance my thoughts were "This doesn't look like a cleaning cloth" - "How does this work?" - "What will it clean?" Luckily it comes with instructions:)
Introducing MiraFiber - An Exclusive, Patented Technology in a Professional Cleaning Cloth. The 'Ultimate' in Cleaning GREEN! NO Chemicals, NO Paper Towels - MORE EFFECTIVE. Not to mention a 100% money back guarantee.
The Ultimate Cloth is a patented, exclusive technology that makes it the best cleaning cloth in the industry today. Mean on dirt, grease and grime - Green for your home and business environment.
*Clean and Polish windows, mirrors, windshields, glass - all hard surfaces - & many soft surfaces such as leather and vinyl.
*Leaves a streak free, spot free, lint & dust free finish using NO chemicals or paper towels.
*One step process cuts cleaning time in half - verified by professionals!!
Extreme Green Cleaning - Due to its unique attributes: Ultimate Cloths receive high accolades for their time savings and effective green cleaning:
-No chemicals in the cloth; no chemicals are used from the manufacturing of the fabric through to the finished product.
-The SAME cloth is appropriate for all surfaces
-Eliminates chemicals in homes & businesses - Only WATER is used in cleaning; no chemicals or soaps are needed to cut dirt, grease & grime
-Eliminates 90% of paper towel usage - One step cleaning process of wiping the surface and walking away; NO paper towels needed
-High absorption capacity
-Will not scratch, mar or blur delicate surfaces in homes, businesses or on vehicles
-Cuts cleaning time in half due to its unique attributes of efficiently grabbing dirt & grime from surfaces and trapping them in the cloth
-Does not lose it's strength or shape after 100's of washings
-Long Lasting / Not disposable
-Guaranteed safe for a baby's skin
-Can be recycled
-Will not release emissions or halogeneous substances when incinerated or placed in landfills
Ok - now we know all about it, but does it really work? One of the reasons I wanted to try it was that you only need water to use it. Most cleaning agents have strong smells that give me headaches. So if I can use a product that doesn't smell but cleans well - works for me! Especially something like this cloth that I can use on everything: kitchen, bathroom, windows, mirrors, car etc. The cloth removes oil, grease, dirt, soap scum, hairspray, bugs and more.
The cloth arrived on a Tuesday and Wednesday happened to be bathroom cleaning day. This would be a real test as to whether the cloth worked as well as they said. Son 2 has braces & is putting rubber bands on them in from of the mirror every day, so you can imagine what my bathroom mirror looks like. I wet the cloth, rung out the water, wiped the mirror and it looked like there would be drop marks everywhere. But I let it dry to see what would happen.
Next was the counter, sink and taps. With the cleaning stuff I would usually use, the taps would have to be dried with a towel to insure that there weren't water marks all over them. Hubby has a mustache that needs to be trimmed once in awhile & he can't seem to figure out how to clean up after himself. So there were little trimmings all over the counter. Usually I have to rinse out the sponge or cloth many times while wiping the sink to get rid of the hair.
Well after everything was dry and I did the final inspection of the bathroom, I decided that I absolutely LOVE this cloth!! There were no spots or streak on anything. The mirror and taps were sparkling and no hair on the counter after the first wipe down. This works so well on windows - way better then the blue stuff you spray on & wipe off. No chemicals or strong smelling cleaners (no headache). It also worked wonderfully in my fridge & on my stove top. This really is the Ultimate Cloth!
They have a wonderful program on their site where you can receive your own Ultimate Cloth Free, all you pay is S&H!! I would strongly recommend that you try it out - you won't be disappointed! Go HERE to get your cloth!!
Someone asked what the price of shipping is. I have no idea - it will depend on where you live. You could probably email them and ask :)