We’ve been using e-cloth products to clean and dust for years now with great success, so when I was asked to review the bathroom all-purpose cloths, I was excited to see how well they worked. While we have the general all-purpose cloth, which I use for just about anything (especially dusting), as well as the deep clean and dusting mop, we didn’t yet have any e-cloth bathroom products. I put these ones to the test this weekend and they definitely didn’t disappoint. When it comes to eco-friendly alternatives, we’ve been using reusable rags and wipes to clean for quite a while now, foregoing wasting paper towel and other disposable paper products. Which is why I love e-cloths, as they are especially formulated for this purpose and do not break down. You can throw them in the washer and dryer, which we always do and have never had an issue with them breaking down. We have washed our cloth and mop head so many times, yet you can barely tell. What I love best about the cloths is that they are reusable and much better for the environment than paper towels. The fact that they last for years and can be washed over 300 times, means the environmental impact is significantly lower than other cleaning products.
But how does it clean? I was curious about this as well. e-cloth has a great video explaining how the tiny particles in the cloth (combined with water) pick up everything from tiny dust particles and dirt, to grease and bacteria. I have to admit, this past week has been pretty hectic and our bathroom was in desperate need of a good, thorough cleaning. I cleaned it in no time with the e-cloth and was shocked at how clean it got things and how good the bathroom looked afterward. I don’t think our faucets and shower head have ever looked so clean before – the cloth works really well at getting those water spots off. I also used the polishing and glass cloth to clean all the mirror surfaces in our home and it worked well, with a minimal amount of work on my end. I’m used to having to really scrub down surfaces, which is why I was happy to find cloths that work so well on their own.
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OH, this looks great! While I use cloth rags for my house, I find the bathroom a challenge to clean with cloth and often use paper. I’d love to try these in my bathroom, so that we can do it right there too!
Bathroom is one of the hardest places to keep clean. These would certainly help.
I agree. I feel like the second I clean it, it gets dirty again…these are a great quick clean
Kelsey Ferguson says
I have a friend who sells Norwex, and she has been trying to get me to just use their cloth products for quite some time. I’ve been a little skeptical to how well it actually works. Although, as much as I hate to admit it, my bathroom could use a little extra help, and I’m all for non-toxic ways to clean. It would be awesome to try these!
My kids love to help me clean, anything that makes it easier for them to help is awesome!
My son loves to help clean too and this is a great kit for them to easily help.
I’m definitely curious too! How can a simple cloth be such a great cleaning hack lol! Great post, love your ramblings! Angie- WhippedGreenGirl.com
My little kids are hard on our bathroom. I hate the waste of paper towels and would love to try these!
Kids definitely make it harder to keep clean:)
This will be so helpful in creating a paper free household.
Our shower/tub is the worst piece of cleaning that I have to do. We have an older house and the enamel is worn on the tub. This kit would be very handy – as we have to clean the tub often.
I agree, the tub is always my least favourite to clean. So much scrubbing involved normally!
I could totally use this on our faucets! The before and after is remarkable!
These look great! i’ve always used old rags too but I get tired of working with something with holes in it. I’ll give these a try–thanks!