Microfiber cloths for all your cleaning needs
A quick wipe will rid your surfaces of dust and dirt.
Your first time swapping a regular rag with a microfiber cloth will be like experiencing magic for the first time. These pieces of fabric are more environmentally sustainable than paper towels. They’re washable and reusable, and can clean effectively with just water. They’re also safe for delicate surfaces like laptop screens or glasses, and versatile enough for household cleaning or polishing your car. They’re composed of tiny (micro, even) fibers that attach to dirt particles, making them ideal for dry dusting, too. The smaller the particles on the cloth, the more dirt or dust it will attract. Grab a set for your every cleaning need.
Comes In Three Colors
Convenient set to stay smudge-free. Amazon
Grab a 12 or 24 pack of these soft, colorful cloths in a collection with highlighter yellow, lime green, and blue. Each cloth measures 12 x 10 inches, and is made with 110,000 fibers per square inch. It will attract dirt and grime and hold up for repeated uses. Like all microfiber designs, it won’t damage surfaces or coats. Keep a stack for your kitchen and get rid of paper towels. These work especially well on stainless steel, marble, and granite countertops.
Great For Photographers
Individually wrapped and lay flat in a bag. Amazon
These microfiber cloths are perfect for cleaning your glasses, iPhone, laptop screen, camera lenses and filters, TV screens, and more. They’ll remove fingerprints, oil smudges, or dirt without any cleaning solutions, and won’t leave any scratches or marks. They measure 6 x 7 inches each and come in sizes from a two-pack to a 30 pack.
Plush, high-quality option for detail work on your automobile. Amazon
These plush 16 x 16-inch towels are perfect for detail work on your car. There are 360,000 strands of microfiber in every square inch, and they absorb up to 10 times their weight. They’re dual-sided for multitasking: one side is great for drying your car, while the other can be used for polishing windows and mirrors, or removing or buffing waxes. These have silk edges that make them especially protective—no need to worry about paint damage.