Streak Free Microfiber Cloth Clean Any Surface with Just Water Eco Friendly Environmentally Safe Large 16” Size Perfect For Window, Mirror, Kitchen Counter, Appliances, Car, Cycle, TV Screen 6 Pack
Brand: Microfiber Magic
CLEANS WITH JUST WATER No harmful or toxic chemicals needed. Made with billions of tiny wedge-shaped little grabbers that scoop up and trap tiny dirt particles and bacteria like a magnet leaving behind only a clean surface. It's tough on dirt and gentle on your surfaces.
STREAK FREE & LINT FREE Traps moisture and dries to a perfectly streak free finish. Just dampen it ring it out completely and wipe the surface. After a few seconds you will see the streaks disappear. Works great on hard to clean surfaces like Stainless Steel, glass and chrome. The easiest way to clean mirrors we promise.
SAVE MONEY replace paper towels and expensive chemical cleaners. Keep one in the shower, one in the kitchen one in the garage and one in your car. When it's dirty just wash, rinse and reuse. Available in 3, 6 and 10 pack. The more you buy the more you save!
GUARANTEED TO LAST With proper care we guarantee your cloth with last for 5 years. In fact we've been using the same cloth going on 11 years and counting and it still works great. Wash with dishwashing liquid and hot water or in the washing machine. DO NOT USE FABRIC SOFTENER and let air dry.
ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE & ECO FRIENDLY Go Green and start cleaning chemical free, picks up 99.8% of all surface particles. You will be delighted by the naturally clean feeling.
Publisher: Microfiber Magic
Proven to give you the best streak free results. Don't be fooled by imitations. Clean any surface streak free and lint free with just water and the our amazing microfiber cleaning cloth.
The easiest way to get a streak free clean on your windows and mirrors.
Home, Kitchen and Bath
Streak free mirrors
Streak free windows
Cooktops - no more scouring pads or expensive cleaners
Counters, Granite, Marble, Formica
Sinks, fixtures, porcelain and mirrors
Shower doors and tiles
Refrigerators black, white, stainless any color, microwave and other appliance inside and out
Laminate or hardwood floors and furniture
Dry dishes, cutlery, silverware, glass and crystal
Leather, vinyl, plastic, ceramic
Auto, Motorcycle, Boat
Amazing results on chrome pipes and fenders and gas tanks
Removes break dust
Windshields, headlights, dash
Wash and dry your car or motorcycle
Office and Home
Eye glasses (cut into strips a pack will last a lifetime)
Clean whiteboard without foul smelling chemicals
Safe on camera lens
Cell phones, computer screens, TV screens
Desks and chairs
Shoes, handbags, briefcases
Safely clean lenses
Remove fingerprints and leaves lenses lint free
Perfect for staging glass, granite, bottles, any shiny or glossy surface
For best results, wash before first use
Use damp, rinse and ring out thoroughly (too wet will give less than optimal results)
The GSM count refers to the weight of the fabric. It is short for Grams Per Square Meter. In general a high GSM count is heavier and more absorbent and a lower GSM is lighter, thinner and dry faster. If you were shopping for a bath towel you would want a towel with a higher GSM count because it will feel softer, fluf…see more By AEGroupSELLERon August 10, 2018
Our cloths are first quality 130 gsm and made with 70% polyester / 30% nylon By AEGroupSELLERon May 3, 2018
I don’t know what GSM is. Please tell me and I’ll try to answer you. By Amazon Customer on May 4, 2018
I personally have not tried to clean either of those By firstname.lastname@example.org on October 17, 2018
I’ve not used the cloth to clean any of these things but my guess is that the cloth would work. The problem may be getting the cloth clean afterwards By John Ewell on October 16, 2018
Yes By Amazon Customer on October 18, 2018
OF COURSE! By patricia walden on October 16, 2018
I have never used these on anything really greasy, Mostly windows and mirrors, because this is the only product that does not leave streaks. Streaks are my trademark, especially on the car windshield. By Elizabeth on October 16, 2018
I don't know but would think you wouldn't want to reuse it on glass if you used it on oily messes. By Amazon Customer on October 16, 2018