- Kate's Comments
- Product Reviews
A) e-cloth ® Stainless Steel Cloth
- One side of the cloth has our premium fiber technology to remove grease, oil, grime and bacteria from brushed and polished stainless steel
- The other side has alternating stripes of our premium fibers and stiffer fibers to clean brushed stainless steel and remove hardened messes on both brushed and polished stainless steel
- Use the soft side to clean polished stainless steel surfaces
- Both sides remove over 99% of bacteria
- Use the Stainless Steel cloth wet (or spray the stainless steel surface and wipe with the cloth)
- 75% polyester, 15% polyamide, 10% polypropylene - Made in Korea
B) e-cloth ® Finishing Cloth
- use this cloth to dry and polish your appliances for a streak-free finish
- 80% polyester, 20% polyamide - Made in Korea
Both of the e-cloths in this pack come with a satisfaction guarantee and a 300-washings performance warranty. Click here for more information on our great Guarantee and Returns.
All e-cloth ® microfiber 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.
Why e-cloth ® instead of Stainless Steel Sprays?
Cleaning instead of coating - e-cloth ® actually REMOVES dirt, fingerprints and grease instead of covering them up with layers of chemicals. Commercial sprays for stainless steel appliances work by building up layers of polish. Instead of actually cleaning the surface, these sprays add a shiney layer of chemicals to cover up the streaks and fingerprints.
Why is your e-cloth leaving streaks on your stainless appliances?
This will only happen if at some point you used a spray "cleanser" on your stainless steel appliances. When you use the e-cloth, it will pick up some of the polish and leave some behind. You'll feel the cloth REALLY drag as it goes over the polish.
It's going to take a bit of elbow grease with the scrubby side of the Stainless Steel e-cloth to get rid of that polish but it's going to be worth it. If that doesn't work, I've got a few tricks up my sleeve that you can try. Just contact me and we'll work it out.
What's the Difference between the Stainless Steel Cloth and the General Purpose Cloth?
The Stainless Steel cloth is essentially the same as the General Purpose cloth EXCEPT, it's got the scrubbing stripes on one side. The microfiber is the same length and performance-wise, it cleans jsut as well as the General Purpose cloth.
Do you "need" the Stainless Steel Cloth?
The scrubbing stripes on the Stainless Steel cloth are meant for BRUSHED stainless steel. The little scrubbers get into all the little grooves and lift the dirt out. So, if your appliances aren't Brushed, then you may not need this cloth. That being said, I don't own any Stainless appliances but I've still found plenty of uses for this cloth.
I guess I'd say, if you don't have Brushed stainless steel appliances, then I'd just go with a General Purpose cloth (especially if you can take advantage of our occasional 2 for 1 sales).
Do you need the Stainless Steel Cloth or PACK?
The stainless steel cloth, when used damp, will leave moisture on the surface. Moisture will result in water spots or streaks. To avoid spots and streaks, I recommend following up with a Glass & Polishing cloth. If you already own a Glass & Polishing cloth (or are purchasing other packs that have one), you can save a bit of money by purchasing the Stainless Steel Cloth on its own.