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    How to use the General Purpose Cloth

    How to use the General Purpose Cloth

    How to Use the General Purpose Cloth

    How to Use the General Purpose Cloth

    Pink, blue, orange, yellow, or green… They all keep your home clean!

    To use the General Purpose Cloth, dampen it, wring it out, then fold it into a pad. Draw the cloth across the dirty surface(s), and once it becomes too soiled, rinse it again under running water. Repeat these steps until you’ve finished cleaning, then rinse the cloth again, and hang to dry.

    Pink, blue, orange, yellow, or green… They all keep your home clean!

    To use the General Purpose Cloth, dampen it, wring it out, then fold it into a pad. Draw the cloth across the dirty surface(s), and once it becomes too soiled, rinse it again under running water. Repeat these steps until you’ve finished cleaning, then rinse the cloth again, and hang to dry.

    Pink, blue, orange, yellow, or green… They all keep your home clean!

    To use the General Purpose Cloth, dampen it, wring it out, then fold it into a pad. Draw the cloth across the dirty surface(s), and once it becomes too soiled, rinse it again under running water. Repeat these steps until you’ve finished cleaning, then rinse the cloth again, and hang to dry.

    The General Purpose Cloth makes for a quick and easy cleaning job of even the most dirty household messes. It cleans with just water in the kitchen, living areas, bathroom, car, and more!

     

    The cloth comes in five unique colors, all of which clean just the same. The colors are offered for you to coordinate them within your household. For example, you may choose to use the blue cloth in the bathroom, or use the green cloth on wooden surfaces, or you can use only pink cloths if you prefer – it’s all up to you!

     

    Follow the steps below to unlock the cleaning power of our most popular product.

    The General Purpose Cloth makes for a quick and easy cleaning job of even the most dirty household messes. It cleans with just water in the kitchen, living areas, bathroom, car, and more!

     

    The cloth comes in five unique colors, all of which clean just the same. The colors are offered for you to coordinate them within your household. For example, you may choose to use the blue cloth in the bathroom, or use the green cloth on wooden surfaces, or you can use only pink cloths if you prefer – it’s all up to you!

     

    Follow the steps below to unlock the cleaning power of our most popular product.

    The General Purpose Cloth makes for a quick and easy cleaning job of even the most dirty household messes. It cleans with just water in the kitchen, living areas, bathroom, car, and more!

     

    The cloth comes in five unique colors, all of which clean just the same. The colors are offered for you to coordinate them within your household. For example, you may choose to use the blue cloth in the bathroom, or use the green cloth on wooden surfaces, or you can use only pink cloths if you prefer – it’s all up to you!

     

    Follow the steps below to unlock the cleaning power of our most popular product.

    Dampen the cloth

    Run the cloth under warm or hot running water. Make sure it’s thoroughly wet, then wring it out to remove the excess water. The cloth should be damp, but not dripping.

    Fold the cloth

    Fold the cloth over in half and then in half again to create a pad-like surface. This will ensure that you’ll have multiple areas and angles of the cloth to use and access hard-to-reach areas.

    Get (the cloth) dirty

    Simply draw the cloth along the surface(s) you want to clean. You may opt to wipe the cloth in circular motions, or simply wipe from edge to edge of the surface. Feel free to experiment with this, as each surface may benefit from slightly differing motions.

    Keep in mind that stuck-on grime, food residue, and other pesky “stuff” may require a bit more “elbow grease” and/or a more wet cloth.

     

    During the cleaning process, refold the cloth to access its unused sides. This will extend the time you can use the cloth before you have it to rinse it.

    Rinse & repeat

    Once all parts of the cloth become soiled, unfold the cloth and rinse it again under running water.

    If you haven’t finished cleaning, rest assured that all the bacteria, dirt, and grime has been “flushed” from the cloth by rinsing it under running water, and you can go ahead and continue cleaning with the same cloth.

    When your cleaning session is complete, give the cloth a final thorough rinse, and make sure to remove all noticeable grime and gunk from the cloth before hanging it up to dry.

    Quick tip: Time to polish!

    The General Purpose Cloth cleans all types of surfaces effectively and efficiently, but you might notice some unappealing leftover water streaks on certain surfaces.

    To remove water streaks and leave a streak-free finish, use our Glass & Polishing Cloth dry immediately after cleaning with the General Purpose Cloth.

    Quick tip

    A dry General Purpose Cloth works great as a dusting cloth! Just use a clean and dry cloth to remove dust from any and all hard surfaces.

    Dampen the cloth

    Run the cloth under warm or hot running water. Make sure it’s thoroughly wet, then wring it out to remove the excess water. The cloth should be damp, but not dripping.

    Fold the cloth

    Fold the cloth over in half and then in half again to create a pad-like surface. This will ensure that you’ll have multiple areas and angles of the cloth to use and access hard-to-reach areas.

    Dampen the cloth

    Run the cloth under warm or hot running water. Make sure it’s thoroughly wet, then wring it out to remove the excess water. The cloth should be damp, but not dripping.

    Quick tip

    A dry General Purpose Cloth works great as a dusting cloth! Just use a clean and dry cloth to remove dust from any and all hard surfaces.

    Quick tip

    A dry General Purpose Cloth works great as a dusting cloth! Just use a clean and dry cloth to remove dust from any and all hard surfaces.

    Fold the cloth

    Fold the cloth over in half and then in half again to create a pad-like surface. This will ensure that you’ll have multiple areas and angles of the cloth to use and access hard-to-reach areas.

    Get (the cloth) dirty

    Simply draw the cloth along the surface(s) you want to clean. You may opt to wipe the cloth in circular motions, or simply wipe from edge to edge of the surface. Feel free to experiment with this, as each surface may benefit from slightly differing motions.

    Keep in mind that stuck-on grime, food residue, and other pesky “stuff” may require a bit more “elbow grease” and/or a more wet cloth.

     

    During the cleaning process, refold the cloth to access its unused sides. This will extend the time you can use the cloth before you have it to rinse it.

    Rinse & repeat

    Once all parts of the cloth become soiled, unfold the cloth and rinse it again under running water.

    If you haven’t finished cleaning, rest assured that all the bacteria, dirt, and grime has been “flushed” from the cloth by rinsing it under running water, and you can go ahead and continue cleaning with the same cloth.

    When your cleaning session is complete, give the cloth a final thorough rinse, and make sure to remove all noticeable grime and gunk from the cloth before hanging it up to dry.

    Quick tip: Time to polish!

    The General Purpose Cloth cleans all types of surfaces effectively and efficiently, but you might notice some unappealing leftover water streaks on certain surfaces.

    To remove water streaks and leave a streak-free finish, use our Glass & Polishing Cloth dry immediately after cleaning with the General Purpose Cloth.

    Get (the cloth) dirty

    Simply draw the cloth along the surface(s) you want to clean. You may opt to wipe the cloth in circular motions, or simply wipe from edge to edge of the surface. Feel free to experiment with this, as each surface may benefit from slightly differing motions.

    Keep in mind that stuck-on grime, food residue, and other pesky “stuff” may require a bit more “elbow grease” and/or a more wet cloth.

     

    During the cleaning process, refold the cloth to access its unused sides. This will extend the time you can use the cloth before you have it to rinse it.

    Rinse & repeat

    Once all parts of the cloth become soiled, unfold the cloth and rinse it again under running water.

    If you haven’t finished cleaning, rest assured that all the bacteria, dirt, and grime has been “flushed” from the cloth by rinsing it under running water, and you can go ahead and continue cleaning with the same cloth.

    When your cleaning session is complete, give the cloth a final thorough rinse, and make sure to remove all noticeable grime and gunk from the cloth before hanging it up to dry.

    Quick tip: Time to polish!

    The General Purpose Cloth cleans all types of surfaces effectively and efficiently, but you might notice some unappealing leftover water streaks on certain surfaces.

    To remove water streaks and leave a streak-free finish, use our Glass & Polishing Cloth dry immediately after cleaning with the General Purpose Cloth.

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    Glass and Polishing Cloth

    $7.99

    General Purpose Cloth

    $7.99

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    $24.99

    Return to Knowledge Base

    Shop this story

    Glass and Polishing Cloth

    $7.99

    General Purpose Cloth

    $7.99

    Starter 5-Pack

    $24.99

    Return to Knowledge Base

    Shop this story

    Glass and Polishing Cloth

    $7.99

    General Purpose Cloth

    $7.99

    Starter 5-Pack

    $24.99