The E-Cloth Glass & Polishing Cloth gives the ultimate finish to windows, mirrors, chrome and all shiny surfaces, by working to remove light grease, fingerprints, dirt, and over 99% of bacteria, with just water. Fold the cloth and use it as a pad to ensure good contact with the surface and have a number of different cleaning sides. Use the cloth dry on damp surfaces to absorb water remnants and leave the surface with a streak-free shine. In between uses rinse with warm water and hang dry, and machine wash in hot water weekly. Like you, we think cleaning should be pure and simple. A healthier way to clean, E-Cloth is enough.
Includes: Glass & Polishing Cloth - select color and quantity above
HOW TO WASH
Daily: Rinse and wring out your Glass & Polishing Cloth after use.
Weekly: Machine wash up to 90°C (hot) with a small amount of detergent. No bleach, fabric softener or dryer sheets. Tumble or hang dry.
As often as you like: To sanitise and degrease your cloth, boil in just water.
Oops! Instructions: If fabric softener or dryer sheets are used by accident, rewash with a little detergent on the highest temperature setting.
Made to last: The Glass and Polishing Eco Cleaning Cloth comes with a 3-year or 300-wash guarantee (when used and cared for as recommended).
For more detailed washing instructions, visit our E-Cloth maintenance guide.
Materials: 80% polyester, 20% polyamide
Dimensions: 40cm x 50cm
For use with: windows, mirrors, chrome, and all shiny surfaces
Recommended by Allergy UK & approved by Good Housekeeping Institute.
Very prompt delivery
The towel is good
I was initially skeptical about the cloth but decided to buy 2 and try. It really works wonder, especially for someone like me who is so particular about stains on glass or mirror!
Used the mirror cloth for the 1st time today and I like it. Why had I been using newspapers to wipe the long mirror 🤣
Cannot wait to try it. Recommended by my cousin as she said it's a life changer!
Items received in good condition. Works to sarisfaction with wiping the mirror off marks with a mist spray of water. The trick is to not use too much water.