Thursday, March 17, 2016

Best Cleaning Cloth? The Ultimate Cloth

Use the Ultimate Cloth to dust and clean the TV and other electronics
Use an Ultimate Cloth to safely dust and clean
the TV and other electronic devices.
Time for housework? Weekend chores? Spring cleaning? If you dread cleaning house, perhaps you're not using the right tools. Because I believe no one should hate housework, I decided to share this review and personal testimonial about one of my very favorite cleaning tools, the best cleaning cloth I've ever used, the Ultimate Cloth.

You've heard of microfiber, I'm sure. As great as a microfiber cloth may be, the Ultimate Cloth is better. Why? Because it does a better job of cleaning, capturing and holding onto dirt. The Ultimate Cloth is made from MiraFiber which consists of fine, synthetic fibers, smaller than microfiber, that are so tiny they work amazingly well to grab and trap dust, dirt, and grease rather than just pushing it around.

Another great thing about the Ultimate Cloth is that it's machine washable and reusable. In fact, the cloth comes with a 5-year guarantee. Use it, wash it, and use it again, over and over for years. I've had my Ultimate Cloths for nearly four years and continue to use, wash, and re-use the same ones.




Streaky Glass and Mirrors? You Need the Ultimate Cloth!


I like the Ultimate Cloth better than regular microfiber cloths and prefer them especially for cleaning glass and mirrors, the TV screen, and even the screen on my Fire tablet and my phone. These cloths work beautifully in the kitchen on our stainless steel refrigerator, stove, and microwave, too. I also have one dedicated to the bathroom where I use it regularly to wipe down the shower walls and glass shower door.
The Ultimate Cloth makes quick work of fingerprints on stainless steel refrigerators and other appliances.
Dampen an Ultimate Cloth to easily clean smudges
and fingerprints from your stainless steel appliances.

Wet an Ultimate Cloth then wring it out well to clean fingerprints off painted surfaces such as walls, cabinets, or doors (inside or out). Our dog, Daisy, has a tendency to rub against the edge of the kitchen cabinet as she turns one particular corner so when I notice that the oil from her hair has accumulated there, it takes just seconds to dampen an Ultimate Cloth and easily wipe that greasy surface grime from the painted cabinet.

To use an Ultimate Cloth, always start by washing it out well (or run it through the washer) to remove any lint that might be left behind in the manufacturing process. Use a clean cloth dry for electronics, but otherwise dampen it slightly and wring it out well for most other surfaces.

Note that the cloth itself won't scratch, but never rub any surface with a cloth that has gotten especially dirty or has been used to clean greasy surfaces or if the cloth might have picked up any solid particles which could scratch the surface you want to use it on.

When you order, buy an extra pack of Ultimate Cloths to use on the car. Dedicate one to cleaning the windows, dusting the dashboard, or cleaning leather or vinyl surfaces inside. Use another when you wash the outside of the car. They work really well to clean hub caps, too, but don't re-use the same cloth on the paint until you've washed the cloth well to remove any grime or grease.

While the Ultimate Cloth can be used dry for some surfaces (like electronics screens) and cleans well with just water for most other surfaces, if you prefer to use a spray or other chemical cleaner on some surfaces, that's fine. Just remember to throw the cloth in the wash when you're finished so you don't accidentally use the chemical on a surface where you shouldn't.

The following under 3-minute video provides lots of information and will probably answer most of your questions about MiraFiber, so I'd suggest you watch it to learn more.



Machine Washable. Bleachable. Comes With a 5-Year Warranty.


Use this link to order a set of two Ultimate Cloths from Vat19. Since that company charges a flat shipping rate, you might want to order a couple of packs or more (they actually make a thoughtful gift) to have on hand. 

The price might seem high for a cleaning cloth, but I can honestly say that I've gotten more than my money's worth and I have no problem at all justifying the cost. And when I think how many paper towels I might have used in their place over these past few years, there's just no doubt at all that I've gotten my money's worth, and I believe that you will, too. 

Thanks for reading my Ultimate Cloth review. I can honestly say these are the best cleaning cloths I have ever used and I recommend them highly.

~Susan
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20 comments:

  1. When you are done Spring Cleaning your house, Susan, you are welcome to bring your 'Ultimate Cloth' right on over to my place and clean away...lol. Okay, okay... I'll get my own ultimate cloth. :) Seriously, it sounds like the perfect cleaning tool for any and all surfaces. Thanks for your personal review.

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    1. If I lived closer, I'd come over and help you clean! Guess I'm a little strange to get so excited over a cleaning cloth, but using the Ultimate Cloth truly does result in my spending less time cleaning. Yes, they're great for any surface. I hope you like yours, too!

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  2. What a fantastic review and recommendation! I am always looking for the cleaning cloths that don't require any chemicals or sprays. The fact that it works for pet owners makes it even more impressive. Most Excellent!

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    1. I like that they clean so well just with water, too, Cynthia. I've been known to use a damp Ultimate Cloth to clean dog drool off the couch, too. Mirafiber to clean microfiber - it works great! Hope it helps you, too.

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  3. Love your review...I will order these when I get back in town! Thanks for the recommend.

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  4. WOW, great recommendation Susan! I think those cloths may be just what I need. We fight dust in this house like we're fighting a war, which I guess we are. I'll try these cloths.

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    1. We still get dust, Nancy, it's just easier to wipe up! :) In our case I think Daisy generates quite a bit of it. In yours, it may be the desert breeze. In any case, I'm thinking you'll like these. Hope so! Appreciate your visit and comment!

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  5. Sure could have used this today while attempting to remove doggy nose smudges off the picture window Toby uses as his watchdog post. Thanks for pointing me toward a cloth that actually works (unlike the new one I was trying out). I always trust your reviews about personal experiences with products.

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    1. Diana, I know about those doggy nose smudges! Just wet an Ultimate Cloth, wring it out good, and wipe those puppies, I mean smudges, away. I do it all the time! (Do you see why I actually like to clean now? It's fun to overpower dirt!) Appreciate your visit. Give Toby a hug from Daisy and me!

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  6. What a wonderful review! I ordered 2 sets through your link. I love the idea of chemical free cleaning!

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    1. Thank you so much, Bev! I hope you like them as much as I do.

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  7. Susan, these sound awesome! I've used microfiber cloths before and liked them, but these sound even better. Thanks for such a detailed and helpful review!

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    1. My pleasure, Margaret. I really do like to share when I find a product that I use and enjoy. Thanks for your visit and your very kind words!

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  8. These really do look handy, but I'll have to wait to get mine. The budget is tight right now. if i do get them, I'll get more than one set.

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    1. I understand, Barbara. It really is a good idea to go ahead and get a couple of sets. I'd love to know when you try them and what you think!

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  9. Definitely right up my alley as I hate to use chemicals of any kind in my house or car! Will give this a try, thank you!

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  10. I could use a ton of these everywhere. Someone game me a "cleaning cloth", but it doesn't do a really good job and I still have to use chemical sprays. Thanks Susan.

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    1. In general, water works perfectly with these cloths, Fay. Yes, it's nice to have them located in different parts of the house (kitchen, bathrooms, anywhere you dust). Appreciate your visit!

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