Ivy reviews the Micro Fiber Miracle Cloth

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If I had new cleaning toys to test out every day, I’d have a spotless house. Nothing motivates me to do some cleaning like  yummy new cleaning toys. Tonight, I bought the Micro Fiber Miracle Cloth at Bed, Bath, and Beyond for $9.95.

It comes with 4 cloths, one big one, 2 medium ones, and one small one for optical stuff. The box claims you will “breeze through everyday cleaning chores without chemicals.” I must say, it really does work. I used one dry to dust, then I ran it under the faucet to use it wet. This is when the Miracle Cloth really shines. I used it to wash the fingerprints off my walls and it worked as well as the Magic Eraser. I wiped down my doors, same results. Fab.micro fiber cloth review

I then took it through the REAL test, cleaning my bathroom. It powered through the funk on my bathroom sink right away, and then did the same for my bathtub. I put it in the laundry basket and several minutes later, it was dry. Drying quickly is a major bonus, it’s not breeding moldy funk.

I  took a clean, damp one and wiped down my mirrors. I had to use a dry one to get it streak-free, but that’s okay. It’s as easy as using Windex, and less time consuming since I don’t remember where I put the Windex last time I used it.

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I haven’t yet run it through the laundry to make sure it still works as well once I have washed it, but I will update the post once I have. So far, I give this product 2 thumbs up, it’s awesome.

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12 thoughts on “Ivy reviews the Micro Fiber Miracle Cloth”

  1. I have ONE of those from Pampered Chef and I think it cost $7-8! I really like it though, I mainly use it for dusting my groovy bedroom furniture. It acts like a Swiffer cloth and traps the dust instead of sending it flying all over the room just to resettle. I should get a pack or two these you write about and use them for more cleaning chores.

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  2. Ivy, do you get the soap funk in your sink? Cause if it worked on that, I’ve GOT to get it. Right now, I have to spray CLR and wait a half hour THEN it MIGHT come off! What’s up with the soap funk, that stuff’s the BANE of my existence!!!

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  3. I’m so glad you chose to review these! I have been seeing the new microfiber cloths out everywhere and I wondered how they worked but didn’t want to spend the money. I guess I will have to invest in some so I can go to town cleaning with a new toy.

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  4. Malia, I got this great mental image of you rockin’ the groovy bedroom: shag carpeting, lava lamp, beaded curtain, mirrored ceiling, and disco ball.

    Far out.

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  5. I don’t know if they’re miraculous, but I like ’em a lot. I’ve also discovered you can get the identical cloths for much less from http://www.microfiber.org/.

    Knitaddict, if you’re talking about the soap scum from bar soap, there’s an easy solution — switch to liquid! Much less messy. 🙂

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  6. That sounds like it might be a good investment.

    I read “streak-free” as “steak-free” and I was like, “Who rubs steak on their mirrors?”

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  7. I liked the way u put up the content on the site. I would like to visit this site too often…. U have done a great job and really hats off for wat u have done. Keep it up

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