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Yes, these cloths resist the yucky, stinky odors. That is my pet peeve, I have tossed many brands for that very reason. Vibrawipes are the only cloths I use in the kitchen for that very reason. I handled them the same way I handled my old brands, just waiting for the same ole smell, but thank God it never happened. My… see more Yes, these cloths resist the yucky, stinky odors. That is my pet peeve, I have tossed many brands for that very reason. Vibrawipes are the only cloths I use in the kitchen for that very reason. I handled them the same way I handled my old brands, just waiting for the same ole smell, but thank God it never happened. My cloths still look like new and smell great. I always rinse well after each use and for dark greasy clean ups I spot clean with hand dishwashing liquid and hot water and the stain is done in seconds. Oh, I also hate stained cloths too. (Feels like I using a dirty cloth) Vibrawipes are the only cloths allowed in my kitchen. They are excellent for drying dishes too. They leave no lint on glassware and leave stainless steel bright and shiny. I am delighted and hope they are never stop making them. My daughter was cleaning the kitchen, she was so impressed she had to take one home and ordered some for her house too. see less Yes, these cloths resist the yucky, stinky odors. That is my pet peeve, I have tossed many brands for that very reason. Vibrawipes are the only cloths I use in the kitchen for that very reason. I handled them the same way I handled my old brands, just waiting for the same ole smell, but thank God it never happened. My cloths still look like new and smell great. I always rinse well after each use and for dark greasy clean ups I spot clean with hand dishwashing liquid and hot water and the stain is done in seconds. Oh, I also hate stained cloths too. (Feels like I using a dirty cloth) Vibrawipes are the only cloths allowed in my kitchen. They are excellent for drying dishes too. They leave no lint on glassware and leave stainless steel bright and shiny. I am delighted and hope they are never stop making them. My daughter was cleaning the kitchen, she was so impressed she had to take one home and ordered some for her house too.
Beautiful
· June 6, 2014
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The fabric softener will eventually plug the micro fiber and they will no longer work as well. The fabric softener leaves behind a residue that does not rinse off and the pores in the microfiber will fill with this residue. If you continue to rinse them with fabric softener, or dry them with drier sheets, in time that … see more The fabric softener will eventually plug the micro fiber and they will no longer work as well. The fabric softener leaves behind a residue that does not rinse off and the pores in the microfiber will fill with this residue. If you continue to rinse them with fabric softener, or dry them with drier sheets, in time that will ruin them. They will become just like regular small hand towels. It's worth washing them separately. see less The fabric softener will eventually plug the micro fiber and they will no longer work as well. The fabric softener leaves behind a residue that does not rinse off and the pores in the microfiber will fill with this residue. If you continue to rinse them with fabric softener, or dry them with drier sheets, in time that will ruin them. They will become just like regular small hand towels. It's worth washing them separately.
SteveinSeattle
· May 10, 2015
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The labels are a problem. They will definitely scratch a clearcoat. There are cloths without the seam and label if you are serious about your car's finish.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B076QS9RKM/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Roger Vance
· April 1, 2018
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gail w
· March 4, 2017
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These are thicker than cloth but not too fluffy. More like a towel consistency. I recently cleaned my windows outside/inside with them and they were great. Other things I have cleaned with them are mirrors, countertops, faucets, and dusting. I love these and have they have laundered great too.
L. Seale
· November 8, 2014
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My husband uses warm water with a small amount of windex in the water along with a large micro fiber cloth that he attaches to a swifter mop handle to clean our hardwood floors. It works great.
Amazon Customer
· July 23, 2018
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This is what came with my Microfiber cloth Wash below 104 degrees Fahrenheit with mild detergent. I used Ivory soap Do not use bleacher and softener. Wash separately to avoid color transfer. Do not iron. Hang dry
domenica
· March 4, 2014
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I'm out of town and have one in front of me but I don't have a tape measure. They are a lot bigger than 7.7" and that measurement must be for something else because it would indicate that they're 3.2" thick which doesn't make sense. Yes, they're about 14" x 14".
Mystery Shopper
· April 10, 2014
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Yes they are machine washable. They should not be washed with other things like towels and not in water where the temperature is above 104 degrees. They can be washed with other microfiber towels at a cool setting and should be line dryed.
albie
· August 3, 2015
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Wipe soap scum surface everytime it gets wet and the scum will disappear quickly and never return. The secret is always dry the surface. The water drops contain the scum. If you let them air dry, they will foul the surface.
SFHandyman
· January 12, 2018