- Kate's Comments
- Product Reviews
- One side of this cloth has our premium fiber technology to remove grease, grime and bacteria from your stovetop
- The other side has alternating stripes of our premium fibers and stiffer fibers to clean hardened, congealed and baked-on messes.
- The stiff fibers are very effective scrubbers and are safe on all surfaces! Perfect for all stovetops - even glass - and countertops.
- Both sides remove over 99% of bacteria
- Use the Range & Stovetop cloth damp
- 75% polyester/15% polyamide/10% polypropylene - Made in Korea.
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All e-cloth ® cloths and mop pads can be washed in your washing machine with low lint items (like jeans). Cold water will work, but hot water is recommended to allow the fibers to open and release dirt and grease.
- any detergent (without bleach)
- NO BLEACH
- NO FABRIC SOFTENER
- For more information (and my personal tips) on caring and washing your ecloth products, click here.
Faster, easier cleaning – with far more cleaning fibers per square inch than common cloths enables e-cloths to remove more grime with each wipe, taking the grind out of cleaning.
What's the difference between the Range & Stovetop Cloth and the General Purpose Cloth?
The Range cloth is essentially the same as the General Purpose cloth EXCEPT, it has scrubbing stripes on one side. The microfiber is the same length and performance-wise, it cleans jsut as well as the General Purpose cloth.
What's the difference between the Range cloth and the Stainless Steel cloth?
Both cloths have stripes of stiffer fibers on one side of the cloth. The stiffer fibers are essentially the same except the ones on the Range cloth are a little shorter and more tightly packed. The stiff fibers on the Range cloth are more effective at scrubbing stubborn stuck-on-goop than those on the Stainless Steel cloth.
Why is your e-cloth leaving streaks on your glass stovetop?
There are a couple of reasons why your e-cloth is leaving streaks:
- I (Kate) have found that the Range & Stovetop cloth holds onto a lot more water than other e-cloths. As such, it will leave the surface of what you're cleaning rather damp. To eliminate streaks and waterspots on shiny surfaces like glass stovetops, follow-up with the Glass & Polishing cloth (these 2 cloths can be purchased together for slightly less money with the Range & Stovetop Pack)
- The cloth is dirty. I tend to use the Range cloth for VERY greasy and dirty jobs. It's important to rinse the cloth well in hot water with a bit of soap after you use it. Then hang to dry. Also, if you're cleaning a very large greasy mess, you may have to rinse the cloth one or more times before you're done cleaning.
Do you "need" the Range & Stovetop Cloth?
This cloth is NOT for you if you're the type of person that wipes messes on the stove/counter as they appear. I find the General Purpose or Kitchen Cloth is better for "fresh" messes.
This cloth IS for you if you like to cook your meal and worry about stuff spilled on the stovetop afterwards. This cloth is better on dried-up and crusty messes than the other cloths.
Do you need just the Range & Stovetop Cloth OR the Pack?
Like I mentioned above, the Range & Stovetop cloth seems to hold onto a lot of water and WILL leave streaks and watermarks. If you're using this cloth on shiny counters or glass stovetops, you will most definitely want to follow up with a Glass & Polishing cloth, which comes with the Range & Stovetop Pack (you'll save a bit of money by purchasing the pack rather than the 2 cloths separately).