i-clean™ Microfiber Cloth


i-clean™ Microfiber Cloth

So long, smudges! Eliminate fingerprints, dust and dirt from personal electronics or computer screens with our handy i-clean™ Microfiber Cloth. It features a sewn-in finger pocket that makes cleaning easy, and it folds into this pocket for easy storage. Keep one in your car, desk drawer, handbag or briefcase. See more product details below.

  • Made from soft microfiber
  • Machine washable; air dry

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i-clean™ Microfiber Cloth Yellow Pkg/2

5-1/2" x 8-1/4" h


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$4.99 ea
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i-cleanâ¿¢ Microfiber Cloth 4.6 5 14 14
Works Great, but Hard to Stuff into Pouch This cloth works great on cleaning my iPhone screen, but folding it into the pouch is really difficult. I have a different type of cleaning cloth that you fold up and then store in a plastic pouch, and I was hoping that this cloth would be easier to use. Not so. It is more difficult to fold this cloth and squeeze it into the tiny pouch. I will continue using this cloth because I think that it may clean a little faster than my other cloth. December 12, 2011
Works great! This tiny little cloth works so much better than anything else that I have tried -- such as the individually packaged wipes. November 22, 2012
CLEANS UP WELL These cleaning cloths work very well in removing grime, fingerprints, etc. from tablets and screens. Yes they are a bit difficult to stuff back into the pouch but I did not buy them for stuffing (got a turkey for that) but to clean up and that they do excellently! November 22, 2012
Clean Screens! Works well to clean screens. Great holiday gift. Everyone I gave them to loved them. January 2, 2013

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What is the difference in the microfiber clothes other than color, size and perhaps the length of the fiber? Doesn't one clean just as well as another?
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The primary difference in these microfiber cloths (besides distinguishing color) are found in the type of nap and the types of surfaces they are best targeted to clean. The green one is designed to clean stainless steel and has a looped nap (almost looks like terry cloth). The blue one is designed to clean glass & has a very slick nap (almost looks like corduroy). The yellow one is designed to assist in dusting and has a very high nap with cut loops (almost looking like cut looped carpet.)
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Microfiber cleaning cloths are exceptionally efficient. The millions of tiny fibers in each strand attract, absorb and remove all kinds of dirt, dust and bacteria. Plus, microfiber naturally inhibits the spread of bacteria. Whereas traditional cotton cloths push around dirt and germs, microfiber traps it until washed.
It's also an environmentally friendly solution since it's reusable (rather than disposable) - and because it allows you to tackle many cleaning tasks without the need for harsh chemicals.
Microfiber allows you to clean larger surface areas before it has to be laundered. Once washed, it's renewed and ready to go again. To prolong it's effectiveness, do not use bleach or fabric softeners when laundering microfiber. Whenever possible, launder microfiber items by themselves, and never with towels or other items with a lot of lint. And never use high heat settings on microfiber.

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