E Cloth Starter Pack - 8 Cloths
Our summary: We got some of these about 5 years ago and they are still going strong in our home and are our go-to cloth over any others - and they're still as thick and absorbent as when we got them. The glass and polishing cloths have a cult following at this stage. We highly recommend you try some too as they'll still be going strong when all the cheaper cloths are worn out. We sometimes use cleaning sprays with ours but they work extremely well with just water too.
No need to invest in endless amounts of cleaning chemicals; all you need is water and this highly absorbent starter set of 5 cleaning cloths to clean dirt wherever it appears. Erases grease, grime and smudges and tackles any surface and task. And then toss in the laundry, not landfill.
The E-Cloth Starter Pack is your go-to for nearly every cleaning and polishing task, from sticky counters to smudged windows. This pack includes 4 General Purpose Cloths and 1 Glass & Polishing Cloth for a satisfying streak-free finish and means you'll always have a spare handy.
Each cloth is designed to effectively clean a specific surface, making it essential for every home. Activated With Water, this set will keep your home clean without the strong smelling cleaning solutions or pesky particles so you can breathe easy. These versatile kits come with 5 cloths that are made from premium microfiber that will last 100 washes, so you can save money by removing paper towels and cleaning sprays from you shopping list. The cleaning cloths are made of microfiber with task-specific features designed for effective and efficient performance, while the polishing cloth has a smooth weave that won’t leave streaks behind. With these kits, home cleaning has never been so easy, eco-friendly and economical.
With precision-engineered microfibres plus water's molecular might, there’s no need for to add chemical cleaners. E-cloths are clinically proven to remove over 99% of bacteria from surfaces by drawing and locking in the bacteria on the surface. E-cloths are also proven to not transfer this bacteria with a transfer rate of less than 0.01%.
Gentler to the planet, this E-Cloth set is also easier on your wallet.
How e-cloth Differs from Microfibre Cloths?
If you’re not familiar with the science behind e-cloth, you may think they’re just another type of microfibre cloth. There is actually much more to an e-cloth than there is to your typical microfibre cloth, and they’ve put a lot of research and development into creating high-performance cloths with revolutionary fibres that lift away more dirt, grease and bacteria, to leave your surfaces cleaner for longer – just using water.
You’ve probably come across microfibre cloths, and it’s likely that you’ve used them at some point. They’re used for cleaning many items, including homes, cars, pets and electronic gadgets. Microfibre cloths are made up of very small fibres which are capable of attaching to microscopic dirt, grease and bacteria particles. Because of this, microfibre cloths are able to pick up much more dirt and bacteria than your typical cleaning cloth made from cotton or other materials.
E-cloth take it further. Unlike e-cloths, microfibre cloths tend to have a flat weave, which means they have poorer absorption and cleaning properties. E-cloth fibres are at least 100 times finer than a human hair. These are then split into 16 minuscule fibre filaments which are processed depending on the cloths use, to provide the best characteristics for cleaning on different surfaces. This allows e-cloths to pick up even more dirt and bacteria than a regular microfibre cloth, leaving the surface cleaner and more hygienic.
With their millions of fibres, e-cloths are able to make short work of the dirtiest surfaces, saving you time. e-cloths are so effective at removing dirt, grease and bacteria on their own, there’s no need to use harmful chemicals when cleaning your home. All you need is an e-cloth and water to achieve excellent levels of cleanliness in every room of the house. By cleaning with just e-cloths and water, you’re helping to limit your family’s exposure to chemicals that can aggravate respiratory issues and skin rashes.