UPDATE: March 23, 2012
After much consideration – and months of in-home testing and scrutinizing – I am convinced that e-cloth® offers a product that is equal in quality and performance to Norwex but is more reasonably priced. I still stand behind my review of the Norwex Enviro Cloth, but the e-cloth® General Purpose Cloth (and the new e-cloth® Antibacterial Cloth) performs just as well – and is of equally high quality – at a fraction of the price.
Want to instantly make a bad impression? Serve someone a refreshing drink in a glass that has gunk stuck to it.
2 years after purchasing 4 clear plastic glasses to use on our patio, the glasses still have sticky glue from the price tag on the bottom. The only difference is that now there’s dirt in the glue. Nice.
I probably spent 5 minutes on each glass when I first got them, trying to pick the dang price tag and glue off. Since then, they’ve been soaked in the sink (trying to dissolve the glue) and washed countless times in our dishwasher.
Yesterday, Loraine reminded me that the Enviro Cloth will easily take that glue off. So I dug my patio glasses out from the back of the top shelf (it’s November now. Definitely NOT patio weather in Cambridge) and began wiping with the Enviro Cloth. Within a couple of minutes the glue was gone from all four glasses!
Thank you Loraine!
Now I’m going to look for those picture frames I bought but never used because I couldn’t get the darned glue off the glass (who puts a sticky price tag right on the glass?!?).
I’ve read that you can use WD-40 to take stickers off, but that sounds a little harsh on something I’m going to drink out of . I’ve also heard butter and peanut butter work well. But why make that extra mess when you can just wipe the glue off with an Enviro Cloth?
I recommend washing your Enviro Cloth in the sink with a bit of dish soap in very hot water afterwards to remove the sticker glue from the cloth.