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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Things That Work

I'm in love.
I've recently discovered the virtues of microfiber cleaning cloths.
Originally, I bought them for cleaning windows after I learned how they don't leave lint behind. (got mine at Walmart--several different types, and they all rock)

But now, the thing making me sing Praises d' Microfibre...

I have this very shiny, very black, range. And I really have hated cleaning it because wiping it down with the dish cloth leaves smears, but it has to be done to get splatters off, which means I then have to go through another process of wiping it down with window cleaner and paper towels, which also smear, so when they're dry I have to wipe away the smudges. And I'll be honest: I'm not overly fond of cleaning. My house isn't dirty or odiferous, but I'd rather not spend more time cleaning it than I have to. Which is why these cloths are awesome! In one step, I can clean this stove top and leave zero smudges behind. Then Mr. Cleaning Cloth goes in the laundry, which is also cool because I don't waste as many paper towels.


Definitely getting the Piper Patter Seal of Affection

Autumn Piper
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1 comment:

Sutton Fox said...

Fantastic. I have range with a black shiny top also. And it does suck to clean. Thanks for the recommendation. Must give them a try.

And I stand in awe of that fact that you do windows. Wow. :)