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I have bought some microfibre cloths as ive heard they are good for buffing mirrors. What else are they good for?

joannecroston
2 months ago
What do you think of this?
KirsteyJames
KirsteyJames2 months ago

I use them dry to polish wood, wet to clean the worktops with soapy water or bleach, i use them to wipe down with zoflora. Their also goid for cleaning metal with brasso.

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joannecroston
joannecroston
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2 months ago

Thank you

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Pjran
Pjran2 months ago

They are also good buffing all the taps whether kitchen or bathrooms, must be dry though

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Mummy18
Mummy182 months ago

I use them for pretty much everything. Avoid putting in tumble dryer when you wash them. Apparently it can affect the quality of them

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Ann1984
Ann19842 months ago

I clean my mirrors and windows with a green minky cloth and dettol spray never go back the old way

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Janhrrs
Janhrrs2 months ago

I love using them for most of the things everyone else had mentioned but particularly for wiping the skirting boards, over the doors and the radiators with some diluted zoflora. Also have one that I keep for my delightful long haired kittens and when they leave me a hairball on the carpet 🤮 I clean it up with zoflora and that.

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AliceBell64468
AliceBell644682 months ago

They are good for buffing off shiny surfaces, if you can get a microfibre duster on a stick they work so much better than the plastic type ones, I find cobwebs just stick to the microfibre rather than tangle into the ceiling!

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees2 months ago

Only thing I use them for is for drying my car after washing with a property mitt. Never use sponges.

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Suniverse
Suniverse2 months ago

I used Microfibre cloths to wipe the dust from my TV screen.

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Flow777
Flow7772 months ago

I use them for loads of things washing windows mirrors walls wood etc they are cost effective and environmentally friendly

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