Microfibre Cloths x 10 [MI]Manufactured by: Robert Scott
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- £18.99 + vat
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- £7.99 + vat
Microfibre Cloths x 10 [MI] Description
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The microfibre cloth is simple to use. Just rinse in cold water and wring out and it's ready to use. Microfibre cloths are ideal for use on baths, taps, basins, floors, windows, mirrors, paintwork, worktops, stainless steel, enamel, most metals and plastic. Fantastic for glass, tiles, baths and sinks, stainless steel, painted surfaces, plastic, in fact anywhere for a shiny smear free surface with no hassle and no costly chemicals.
The microfibre cloth is built to last a long time, all the edges are heat sealed and then over locked to produce a cloth that can be washed and used over again and again.
These handy microfibre cloths are yellow in colour. Microfibre cloths are extremely versatile in all kinds of cleaning situations around the home or workplace. They are lint free and absorbent meaning that cleaning of polished surfaces can be carried out quickly and easily without annoying residues or dust being left behind.
These lint-free and absorbent properties also make microfibre cloths the ideal replacement for chamois leather when cleaning glass or when finishing off the polishing process in car valeting or other sectors requiring an extremely fine finish.
The high absorbency also makes them handy for mopping up spillages around the home or workplace in extra quick time.
Cleaning cloths made of microfibre must only be washed in regular washing detergent, not oily, self-softening, soap-based detergents. Fabric softener must not be used. The oils in the softener and self-softening detergents will clog up the fibers and make them less effective until these oils are washed out.
Pack size x 10.
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