Method has discontinued their microfiber cleaning cloths. You can find other brands with similar quality including Zwipes Microfiber cleaning cloths. A few Method cloths are still available online but for a hugely inflated price. Try another brand of microfiber cloths and assign a color to each task or room in your home. Most microfiber cleaning cloths do a fantastic job of trapping dirt and dust in the fibers. They are also great for absorbing liquids and cleaning surfaces with only water needed.
Trust Method to convince us to throw in the towel, along with our rags, cloths, sponges and more. Method Microfiber cleaning cloths are fabulous at grabbing and trapping dust, dirt, and debris without scratching surfaces. Although they often won't need any cleaning solution, they are specially formulated and paired with Method surface sprays to clean glass and mirrors, granite, wood, and stainless steel. These cloths do a great job at cleaning and don't cost an arm and a leg.
- Method Microfiber Cloths trap dust and dirt without spilling it back into the air. This is especially helpful for those with asthma and allergy issues.
- Method Microfiber Cloths actually become more effective with age as the fibers split and attract and hold more dust and dirt.
- There are 4 different Method Microfiber Cloths to clean glass, granite, wood, and stainless steel.
- Method Microfiber Cloths are color coded with cleaning spray formulas or can be used dry.
- Method Microfiber Cloths won't be as useful on jobs where you need a disposable cloth.
- 4 different cloths are paired with Method surface sprays.
- Method Microfiber Cloths are designed for wood, glass, granite, and stainless steel.
- Method Microfiber Cloths retail for around $5.00 each.
Guide Review - Method Microfiber Cleaning Cloths
Method has four Microfiber Cleaning Cloths it thinks can cut your cleaning time. There is a bright blue one paired with Method's Mint Window Wash, one steely gray cloth paired with Method's Stainless Steel Cleaner, one a rich brown paired with Method's Wood For Good Cleaner, and the last a soft gray paired with Method's Daily Granite Spray.
Now, I love a good Microfiber cloth, and these are great. The fibers are split 16 times and continue to split when you wash them. They hold quite a bit of liquid, which is great when you want to buff a stainless steel sink, granite countertop, wooden hutch, or glass door without leaving streaks or cleanser residue. These cloths really hold their dust and dirt. My children were amazed to see dust sticking to the cloth, and yet when the microfiber cloth was shaken, the dust remained stuck fast.
Microfiber cloths are a great tool to cut cleaning time and effort, and Method has introduced some fantastic ones for us to use.
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