Kate’s Having a Special 1-Week Sale! Select e-cloth® Packs

one week sale at eclothusa.com

Have I mentioned that the Kitchen cloth is my favorite e-cloth®? And now it’s on sale! But only for the week of March 10 to 16 and only at eclothusa.com.

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4 Responses to Kate’s Having a Special 1-Week Sale! Select e-cloth® Packs

  1. Heather says:

    Do they grab less bacteria the older they get /fibers get coated or are less “grabby” .

    Have you thrown out any Norwex cloths yet?

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    • Heather – e-cloth stands behind their 300 wash warranty, meaning that it will perform as well at the 300th wash as it did when you first got it. I do find the fibers get less “grabby” on my fingers over time but they still work great. I’ve had a few friends come over for a visit and they see me use an e-cloth and are so impressed that I just give them my used one and they love them. So even used, they impress ;o) (what a great friend I am, hee hee)
      I’ve thrown out a couple of the Norwex baby wash cloths. They were just too disgusting (I use them a LOT on the boys’ hands and faces after meals) and have 2 in the garage that I can’t bring myself to throw out. Otherwise, I still have all my e-cloths and norwex ones.

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  2. Heather says:

    Probably a dumb question, but how will I know when my ecloths no longer work. I am not about to count how many times I wash them;). Does the effectiveness (bacteria wise) decrease?

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    • Heather – good question! I don’t “count” my washings either. But you could roughly base it on how often you wash your cloths. Once a week = over 5.5 yrs. I’m told that the actual microfiber part of the cloth will continue to perform for years and years and years and it’s actually the stitching/serge around the edge that tends to wear out after 300 washings. So that would be a definite warning. It hasn’t happened to any of mine yet. Also, I would say that if you find your cloth isn’t absorbing as much anymore, that would be a good sign to invest in a new one.

      Personally, I’ve got some pretty grimy looking ones. Like all high quality microfiber, they hang on to dirt and sometimes don’t want to let go so even though they’re clean, they get a real stained look after time. I get to the point where I don’t like the look of them any more and pull out a new one. The dirty ones go to the garage or basement. I have yet to throw out an e-cloth.

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