I've mentioned before that we go through a ton of paper towels in our house. I use them for so many little cleaning jobs throughout the house. From the kitchen counter to the bathroom sink to mirrors and windows.
I recently had the chance to try out the Ultimate Cloth. The Ultimate Cloth uses MiraFiber Technology. This means that it has spaces between fibers that pull dust, dirt, oil, and other grime into the cloth. It holds it there until washed away with mild soap or detergent.
Using the cloth is simple, just wet the cloth, wring it out well, and wipe. It's suggested that you fold the cloth in order to get the best results.So, how did the Ultimate Cloth clean up in our house?
First, I tested it out on our bathroom mirror. The same one Little Man had smeared with soap earlier in the day. Since it's not the first time soap has met the mirror, I know it's a pain to remove. Using Windex or just water usually smears it everywhere and makes the mess worse.
The Ultimate Cloth, however, did just what it promised. It left the mirror streak free and clean.
Next, I decided to test it on a tougher spot. Hubby had cooked tacos for dinner (and left his usual mess behind). I usually use a bleach spray on it, or a scour pad when it's really tough. But scrubbing the stove top ends in scratches and sore finger tips.
Again, the Ultimate Cloth cleaned up quickly. In the matter of about 20 seconds, the mess was gone without a scratch.
The Ultimate Cloth is designed for use on lots of areas, including glass, blinds, floors, and walls. It can be used in the garage on windshields, leather, even chrome or in the bathroom on tile, porcelain, and fiberglass. You can see the complete list of uses at their site.
The Ultimate Cloth retails for $6 and is guaranteed for 5 years of general use. It can be washed with dish soap or in the washing machine with mild detergent, so that you can use it over and over.
Thanks to The Ultimate Cloth for providing a cloth for our review. While it was provided for free, all opinions are our own.