How to Use
Kitchen, Bathroom and Window Cloths – Wet thoroughly and wring out. Clean with the cloth damp with just water. Use the scrubbing pocket of the Kitchen Cloth for stuck-on residues.
Stainless Steel Cloth – For polished stainless steel, use the smooth side dry on a damp surface, fold and wipe. For brushed stainless steel, use the side with scrubbing stripes. Wet thoroughly and wring out, fold and wipe in the direction of the grain. Use with just water. Finish with the smooth side.
Range & Stovetop Cloth – Wet thoroughly and wring out. Clean with the cloth damp with just water. Use the scrubbing side to loosen stuck on residues. Use the fluffy side to collect loosened debris and for general cleaning.
Glass & Polishing Cloth – Finish by using the cloth dry on glass, chrome and other shiny surfaces, while they are still damp. When the Polishing Cloth gets too damp, it is less effective at drying to a streak-free finish.
TIP: It can be a good idea to fold each cloth and use it as a pad. This ensures good contact with the surface and gives a number of different cleaning sides.
A warm rinse is often enough in day to day use. Machine wash regularly at medium temperature, using a little detergent and rinse well. If too much detergent is used, cleaning performance may be reduced. If this happens, wash with hot water without any detergent.
The cloth will benefit from an occasional hot wash at high temperature or sterilizing by boiling in just water.
Note: Color may run. Wash new cloths separately.
- Tumble or hang dry.
- DO NOT use bleach. Bleach will damage the fibers or fabric conditioner and will inhibit performance. If used by mistake, rewash with a little detergent.