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    How to Use E-Cloth to Clean Fabrics and Carpet

    How to Use E-Cloth to Clean Fabrics and Carpet

    How to Use E-Cloth to Clean Fabrics and Carpet

    How to Use E-Cloth to Clean Fabrics and Carpet

    No carpet cleaner? No problem!

    Use a damp E-Cloth product – like a General Purpose Cloth – to clean up messes on fabrics and carpet. Test the cloth in an inconspicuous area, then place the cloth directly on the spill or stain, allowing it to soak for up to 10 minutes. If staining still remains, gently rub the area with another clean, damp part of your cloth or use your favorite E-Cloth scrubber.

    No carpet cleaner? No problem!

    Use a damp E-Cloth product – like a General Purpose Cloth – to clean up messes on fabrics and carpet. Test the cloth in an inconspicuous area, then place the cloth directly on the spill or stain, allowing it to soak for up to 10 minutes. If staining still remains, gently rub the area with another clean, damp part of your cloth or use your favorite E-Cloth scrubber.

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    No carpet cleaner? No problem!

    Use a damp E-Cloth product – like a General Purpose Cloth – to clean up messes on fabrics and carpet. Test the cloth in an inconspicuous area, then place the cloth directly on the spill or stain, allowing it to soak for up to 10 minutes. If staining still remains, gently rub the area with another clean, damp part of your cloth or use your favorite E-Cloth scrubber.

    Don’t let wine stains ruins your evening – just grab your favorite E-Cloth!

     

    E-Cloth products are most commonly used to clean hard surfaces, like kitchen counters, but also work wonders on softer textile surfaces, such as your beloved dress, your living room carpet, or your linen couch cushions.

    Choose your grime fighter(s)

    To clean soft surfaces, its best to use an E-Cloth product with particularly long fibers, such as our High Performance Dusting Cloth, Kitchen Whizz, or Fresh Mesh Cleaning Pads.

     

    Our classic General Purpose is a great option, as well!

     

    If you’re working with a heavy, set-in stain that might require some scrubbing, feel free to also grab our Washing Up Pad or Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads.

     

    Whatever you choose, make sure to thoroughly wet the E-Cloth product under running water.

     

    An E-Cloth product + water should be all you need to clean up most spills and stains, but feel free to keep some detergent or soap close by in case you’d like to freshen up the fabric after cleaning with E-Cloth.

    Take it for a test drive

    Before diving cloth-first into your spill or stain, we recommend starting with a small, inconspicuous area to test the cloth’s effects on the fabric.

     

    For example, if you’re cleaning a couch, this might be a small hidden corner of a cushion; if you’re working with a dress or other clothing item, this could be a small section in the back or sides of the fabric; if you’re cleaning carpet, look for a low-traffic corner of the room to test out.

     

    E-Cloth products and water should work well on most, if not all, fabrics and carpets, but we always recommend erring on the side of caution and trying our product in a hidden area before using the cloth to clean your spill or stain.

    Get (the cloth) dirty

    Now, provided your cloth + fabric passed the spot-test with flying colors, it’s time to get the cloth dirty!

     

    Make sure you’re starting with a wet or damp cloth (and fold the cloth, if necessary, into a pad-like product).

     

    Place the E-Cloth product over the affected area and leave it there for up to 10 minutes to allow for the cloth’s fibers to soak up the spill or stain.

     

    Then, using a separate, clean area of the cloth (this is why you folded it!), gently rub the cloth onto the affected area, using a varying amount of pressure, depending on the age and severity of the spill or stain.

     

    If you’re working on a very heavily stained area, this is where a scrubber – such as our Washing Up Pad or Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads – would come in handy. Just wet the scrubber and gently work into the affected area.

     

    E-Cloth + water should be all you need to clean! Your couch, carpet, or favorite pair of jeans should now be stain-free and ready to roll.

    Quick Tip

    If your chosen cloth is a large cloth, like our General Purpose Cloth, we recommend folding it several times into a pad-like product to ensure that you have multiple clean areas of the cloth to use.

    Quick Tip

    To further refresh the fabric after cleaning with E-Cloth, feel free to quickly handwash the area with a little bit of detergent or soap to remove any lingering odors that may have been left behind from the spill or stain.

    Don’t let wine stains ruins your evening – just grab your favorite E-Cloth!

     

    E-Cloth products are most commonly used to clean hard surfaces, like kitchen counters, but also work wonders on softer textile surfaces, such as your beloved dress, your living room carpet, or your linen couch cushions.

    Don’t let wine stains ruins your evening – just grab your favorite E-Cloth!

     

    E-Cloth products are most commonly used to clean hard surfaces, like kitchen counters, but also work wonders on softer textile surfaces, such as your beloved dress, your living room carpet, or your linen couch cushions.

    Choose your grime fighter(s)

    To clean soft surfaces, its best to use an E-Cloth product with particularly long fibers, such as our High Performance Dusting Cloth, Kitchen Dynamo, or Fresh Mesh Cleaning Pads.

     

    Our classic General Purpose is a great option, as well!

     

    If you’re working with a heavy, set-in stain that might require some scrubbing, feel free to also grab our Washing Up Pad or Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads.

     

    Whatever you choose, make sure to thoroughly wet the E-Cloth product under running water.

     

    An E-Cloth product + water should be all you need to clean up most spills and stains, but feel free to keep some detergent or soap close by in case you’d like to freshen up the fabric after cleaning with E-Cloth.

    Choose your grime fighter(s)

    To clean soft surfaces, its best to use an E-Cloth product with particularly long fibers, such as our High Performance Dusting Cloth, Kitchen Whizz, or Fresh Mesh Cleaning Pads.

     

    Our classic General Purpose is a great option, as well!

     

    If you’re working with a heavy, set-in stain that might require some scrubbing, feel free to also grab our Washing Up Pad or Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads.

     

    Whatever you choose, make sure to thoroughly wet the E-Cloth product under running water.

     

    An E-Cloth product + water should be all you need to clean up most spills and stains, but feel free to keep some detergent or soap close by in case you’d like to freshen up the fabric after cleaning with E-Cloth.

    Quick Tip

    If your chosen cloth is a large cloth, like our General Purpose Cloth, we recommend folding it several times into a pad-like product to ensure that you have multiple clean areas of the cloth to use.

    Quick Tip

    If your chosen cloth is a large cloth, like our General Purpose Cloth, we recommend folding it several times into a pad-like product to ensure that you have multiple clean areas of the cloth to use.

    Take it for a test drive

    Before diving cloth-first into your spill or stain, we recommend starting with a small, inconspicuous area to test the cloth’s effects on the fabric.

     

    For example, if you’re cleaning a couch, this might be a small hidden corner of a cushion; if you’re working with a dress or other clothing item, this could be a small section in the back or sides of the fabric; if you’re cleaning carpet, look for a low-traffic corner of the room to test out.

     

    E-Cloth products and water should work well on most, if not all, fabrics and carpets, but we always recommend erring on the side of caution and trying our product in a hidden area before using the cloth to clean your spill or stain.

    Take it for a test drive

    Before diving cloth-first into your spill or stain, we recommend starting with a small, inconspicuous area to test the cloth’s effects on the fabric.

     

    For example, if you’re cleaning a couch, this might be a small hidden corner of a cushion; if you’re working with a dress or other clothing item, this could be a small section in the back or sides of the fabric; if you’re cleaning carpet, look for a low-traffic corner of the room to test out.

     

    E-Cloth products and water should work well on most, if not all, fabrics and carpets, but we always recommend erring on the side of caution and trying our product in a hidden area before using the cloth to clean your spill or stain.

    Get (the cloth) dirty

    Now, provided your cloth + fabric passed the spot-test with flying colors, it’s time to get the cloth dirty!

     

    Make sure you’re starting with a wet or damp cloth (and fold the cloth, if necessary, into a pad-like product).

     

    Place the E-Cloth product over the affected area and leave it there for up to 10 minutes to allow for the cloth’s fibers to soak up the spill or stain.

     

    Then, using a separate, clean area of the cloth (this is why you folded it!), gently rub the cloth onto the affected area, using a varying amount of pressure, depending on the age and severity of the spill or stain.

     

    If you’re working on a very heavily stained area, this is where a scrubber – such as our Washing Up Pad or Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads – would come in handy. Just wet the scrubber and gently work into the affected area.

     

    E-Cloth + water should be all you need to clean! Your couch, carpet, or favorite pair of jeans should now be stain-free and ready to roll.

    Get (the cloth) dirty

    Now, provided your cloth + fabric passed the spot-test with flying colors, it’s time to get the cloth dirty!

     

    Make sure you’re starting with a wet or damp cloth (and fold the cloth, if necessary, into a pad-like product).

     

    Place the E-Cloth product over the affected area and leave it there for up to 10 minutes to allow for the cloth’s fibers to soak up the spill or stain.

     

    Then, using a separate, clean area of the cloth (this is why you folded it!), gently rub the cloth onto the affected area, using a varying amount of pressure, depending on the age and severity of the spill or stain.

     

    If you’re working on a very heavily stained area, this is where a scrubber – such as our Washing Up Pad or Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads – would come in handy. Just wet the scrubber and gently work into the affected area.

     

    E-Cloth + water should be all you need to clean! Your couch, carpet, or favorite pair of jeans should now be stain-free and ready to roll.

    Quick Tip

    To further refresh the fabric after cleaning with E-Cloth, feel free to quickly handwash the area with a little bit of detergent or soap to remove any lingering odors that may have been left behind from the spill or stain.

    Quick Tip

    To further refresh the fabric after cleaning with E-Cloth, feel free to quickly handwash the area with a little bit of detergent or soap to remove any lingering odors that may have been left behind from the spill or stain.

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