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Get the best cleaning cloth ever introduced. Cleans all hard surfaces (glass, granite, steel, painted surfaces, etc) with only water. Leaves a clean, streak free surface. It is completely reusable and washable. This is one of the best inventions since the paper towel and lasts forever (5 year guarantee). This is not a imitation (many on the market), but the real patented Mira fiber cloth.
Are you Fed up with the Film or Haze left behind from your chemical cleaners that give you Streaks and Spots? Do you want to quickly Clean your Windows, Glass, Mirrors & Windshield, Plus hard surfaces like Corian, Granite, or Stainless Steel? Well we have an answer that is NOT a gimmic but really work. Check out the Ultimate towel, it Cleans and Polish Windows, Mirrors, Windshields, Glass, - ALL Hard Surfaces. It leaves a Streak Free, Spot Free, Lint and Dust Free Surface and does this in half the time of traditional spray on and wipe off techniques.
The Ultimate Cloth measures 13.5" X 15.5". Made from the highest quality MiraFiber, the cloth excels at cleaning all the hard surfaces of your home and businesses.
The Ultimate cloth is washable and can be reused over and over again. This is the best invention next to the light bulb!!!! Trust me, this handy little cloth makes cleaning your windows a cinch!!!! Money Back guarantee!!!
The 5 Rules of the Ultimate Cloth
Use the cloth damp. Simply wet it with water & WRING IT OUT WELL. If you’re getting moisture that stays on your surfaces, you have too much moisture in your cloth.
YOU CAN WASH IT & BLEACH IT … I do love the bleaching aspect solely for the disinfectant properties as I use them around my kitchen all the time. Just don’t use any fabric softener. The microfibers do the work, but fabric softeners coat the surface of the cloth keeping them from being able to pull the dirt from your surfaces into the cloth. Besides, you don’t want anything on the cloth that will transfer back to your surfaces.
NOTE: We guarantee a clean cloth will never streak, spot or scratch your surface. If you are getting streaks or spots, it's ready to be rinsed out with water or washed with soap or detergent depending on what you pulled into it. Be sure to rinse or wash any dirt or grit out of the cloth prior to using on a delicate surface.
If you have any questions at all, BE SURE TO CALL THE NUMBERS WE PROVIDE in the cloth packaging or on the website.
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USE THE ULTIMATE CLOTH ON ALL YOUR HARD SURFACES. Find out for yourself the surfaces you will enjoy using the cloth on. We get calls all the time from customers saying how much they love the cloth not only for their glass, mirrors, windshields, etc… but also for their counter tops, appliances, stainless steel, black & glass topped appliances, corian, marble, granite and more!
When you do fall in love with the cloth - and you will - TELL YOUR FRIENDS & FAMILY ABOUT THE ULTIMATE CLOTH . It’s just too good not to share.
Above all, enjoy the money & time this cloth will SAVE you.
"I can get a Microfiber cloth at any local retail outlet, Mirafiber versus Microfiber, what is the difference?"
Good question. As a matter of fact, I couldn't find the term 'microfiber' in the Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary (copyright 1985) dictionary.
So, like every good internet 'junkie', I went to the web and finally hit pay dirt. Here are the two definitions I found:
mi-cro-fi-ber [mahy-kroh-fahy-ber] - noun - a very fine polyester fiber, weighing less than one denier per filament, used esp. for clothing.
[Origin: 1985-;90] microfiber.Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.0.1), Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2006. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/microfiber
Let me explain in plain english what I know about microfiber. It's simply a term for very fine synthetic fibers - usually about 1/100 th - 1/200 th the diameter of a human hair. After that - as they say… all bets are off because there are hundreds of variables such as:
What the synthetic fibers are in a particular fabric. - i.e. are they polyester, rayon, nylon, polymide, etc What the percentages of the specific fibers are - i.e. are they 10% polyester/90% polymide; or 30% polyester/70% polymide; and then, again, maybe 10% nylon/90% polyester? AND...
How are they put together? Sewn, woven, spun, etc.
Consider this: Many microfiber materials are put together in such a way as to repel water and dirt, yet the MiraFiber ULTIMATE CLOTH absorbs moisture, dirt, grease & grime!
Ordinary Cloth Fiber tends to simply push dirt and dust. Residue is left behind on the surface you are cleaning. Lack of interior spaces makes ordinary cloth hold very little dirt or moisture.
MiraFiberTechnology contains millions of tiny ‘scoops' that pull dirt and dust up inside the cloth where they remain until washed away. Results are clean, streak free surfaces. Water acts as a 'lubricant' which helps emulsify dirt & oil making it easier for the Ultimate Cloth's MiraFiber technology to pick up the dirt, grease & grime from your surfaces. The cloth's high absorbency will quickly clean up spills.
The Ultimate Cloth with the exclusive MiraFiber Technology holds 7 times its weight in dirt, grime and liquid. Each fiber in the cloth is 200 times finer than a human hair! (this is the secret of the MiraFiber incredible cleaning ability). Open spaces between fibers hold dust, dirt, and oil until washed away with mild soap or detergent.
Spaces also allow large amounts of moisture to be collected into the cloths making them very absorbent. These same spaces allow for quicker drying time eliminating much of the bacterial growth found in slow drying cloths.
If you don't have the picture yet or just for 'pure microfiber entertainment value', you may want to visit Google's microfiber page. There's everything there from lingerie, wedding wear, outerwear to sofas & soccer balls. Soccer balls?? I have to admit, I had to go there and yes, it seems that some high end soccer balls use 'microfiber' for the outer cover.
The question you need to ask is...
'DO I REALLY CARE WHAT MAKES IT WORK AS LONG AS IT DOES WORK FOR THE PURPOSES I WANT TO USE IT??' Some microfibers repel moisture. That would be excellent for outwear - bad for a cleaning cloth. Some microfibers repel dirt and grime. Here again, that would be great for sofas - but bad for a cleaning cloth! I've purchased a microfiber dish drying towel from a major discount store that didn't take the moisture off my dishes! Hmmmm.
So when you say you have or have had a microfiber cleaning cloth - I believe you now understand that that, in itself, doesn't say much. Perhaps you've had a good experience or maybe you've sworn off them altogether. (I can't tell you how many professional cleaners initially turned our cloth down because they had an unsatisfactory result with a microfiber cleaning cloth and ASSUMED that meant they all were the same. They all fell in love with the Ultimate Cloth once they used it!)