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VibraWipe Microfiber Cloth – Pack of 8 Pieces (All-Blue) Microfiber Cleaning Cloths, HIGH ABSORBENT, LINT-FREE, STREAK-FREE, For Kitchen, Car, Windows

VibraWipe Microfiber Cloth – Pack of 8 Pieces (All-Blue) Microfiber Cleaning Cloths, HIGH ABSORBENT, LINT-FREE, STREAK-FREE, For Kitchen, Car, Windows

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Brand: VibraWipe

Color: All-Blue Pack


  • 8 pieces of VibraWipe™, 80% Polyester / 20% Polyamide, 14.20-inch x 14.20-inch (36cm x 36cm) microfiber cloths.
  • For those of you who prefer to have all in one color, we have made available the All-Green and All-Blue packs. If you prefer multi colors, the 4-color VibraWipe™ economy pack, allows color-coding for various tasks and change of cloths regularly without doing wash. VibraWipe™ Microfiber Cloths come in pastel colors to reduce color bleeding.
  • Cleans gently, removes dirt and grime like magnet. Super absorbent, holds up to 5-6 times its weight in liquid realistically, based on our testing. Cleans without chemical, leaves lint-free and streak-free results.
  • VibraWipe™ addressed the unraveling of stitches, a common problem faced by many consumers, with its rounded corners that are firmly and continuously stitched.

Legal Disclaimer: Color may vary. Equivalent or better brand may vary.

Publisher: VibraWipe


Do your microfiber cloths leave things clean as a whistle?

If you've used microfiber cloths before you've probably discovered that all microfiber towels are not created equally. Many are thin, leave behind lint and the edges unravel easily. Others don't absorb liquids or spills or fall apart and lose their magnetic qualities after a few washings. Wouldn't you like a microfiber towel that can stand up to whatever punishment you can give it?

Can a microfiber cloth be a superhero?

We don't know if a microfiber cleaning cloth could classify as a superhero but we made them to be tough, strong, and able to clean house. VibraWipe Microfiber Cleaning Cloths are designed to give the best feel. They are soft, plush, and big enough to tackle all your household cleaning jobs-large and small. Features include:

Ultra-fine densely bundled microscopic fibers form a cleaning surface 40 times greater than cotton fiber.

Softer, finer and absorbs up to 5 times its weight in liquid.

The split fiber manufacturing process creates pockets in fibers to increase the ability to hold dust, grime, dirt and to absorb liquid.

Withstands hundreds of washings and continues to perform. Please do not use any bleacher or fabric softener.

Enhanced with strong overlock-stitched hems to prevent unraveling.

Safe on all hard surfaces whether wet or dry. Lint-free, streak-free, non-abrasive and works with plain water-no need for chemicals or paper towels.

4-colors so you can color code for different cleaning tasks or All-Blue or All-Green pack.

For more benefits, see the highly-rated reviews from our happy customers.

VibraWipe delivers premium quality at an affordable price. We make sure you get what you pay for. With our 30-day risk-free money-back guarantee, you can go ahead and click the Add to Cart button with no worries.

UPC: 820103436083

EAN: 7262318289253

Package Dimensions: 8.0 x 7.6 x 3.7 inches


  • 9 
Yes, these cloths resist the yucky, stinky odors. That is my pet peeve, I have tossed many brands for that very reason. Vibrawipes are the only cloths I use in the kitchen for that very reason. I handled them the same way I handled my old brands, just waiting for the same ole smell, but thank God it never happened. My… see more 
By Beautiful on June 6, 2014
These are the only cloths used in my kitchen, and ditto to "Beautiful"'s response to your question! An excellent product. 
By Sam on June 6, 2014
Do a 50/50 vinegar water to rinse any microfiber cloth and stink won't be an issue. Soak in it overnight if you already have the stink. 
By NotSoGranola on August 26, 2017
Mine absolutely stink within a week even though I clean them daily and let them hang dry. I used some cheaper brand before and never had a problem. Wish I could remember where I got them. These are going to be relegated to expensive dust cloths. 
By LO on September 8, 2018
It is not the cloth that stinks, it is what gets trapped in the cloth.
If your not washing you microfiber in a dedicated microfiber wash such as sports suds or the chemical guys microfiber wash then at some point they will stink. I personal have both and I highly recommend Sports Suds to remove the stink.
By Matthew Smith on January 24, 2017
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You shouldn't use fabric softener with regular towels either. It makes them less absorbent. 
By Kitty on December 7, 2016
I wouldn't advise it. You want them kind of "static-y". However, this problem is easily solved! I wash mine with a regular load, but instead of throwing them in the dryer, I just hang them to dry. Easy. (Sometimes I like to take a damp one straight out if the wash and go clean the mirrors, super easy & no cleaners ness… see more 
By Lizz.B on December 11, 2013
I have accidentally used dryer sheets with the cloths a few times, and they seemed fine. I think they perform best when air dried though. 
By Anonymous S.H. on December 11, 2013
I have some similar cloths I bought elsewhere and I got ripped off but they also said don't dry with fabric softener. So I'll remember, I wash them in my regular wash, with the usual underwear, sox, etc. But I put them in a lingerie bag so I notice them when I'm putting things in the dryer. When I see them, I immedi… see more 
By Kathleen Top Contributor: Pets on October 15, 2015
The fabric softener will eventually plug the micro fiber and they will no longer work as well. The fabric softener leaves behind a residue that does not rinse off and the pores in the microfiber will fill with this residue. If you continue to rinse them with fabric softener, or dry them with drier sheets, in time that … see more 
By SteveinSeattle on May 10, 2015
All the answers are basically good. Fabric softener clogs the fibers...then they're absorbent. To keep them soft, the Rag Company suggests adding vinegar in the washing machine, where you'd normally put fabric softener. No heat drying is best 
By RC Top Contributor: Makeup on September 8, 2017
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By gail w on March 4, 2017
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The labels are a problem. They will definitely scratch a clearcoat. There are cloths without the seam and label if you are serious about your car's finish. 
By Roger Vance on April 1, 2018
These are better for cleaning than drying. Mequiars water magnet waffle weave towel is what I use to dry with. 
By Amazon Customer on August 8, 2018
I really like using them on the glass on my cars. I haven't used them on the body of my vehicle. 
By Garrett on July 16, 2017
I think so. Really use for inside home 
By Elizabeth Bank on July 16, 2017
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