"I purchased these cloths to dry clean xmas decorations from last year. They did the job perfectly; bought up a really good shine on the baubles! I've also used for general cleaning with soap and water and they are equally good. The price is amazing when compared to banded microfibre clothes and these are just as effective."
"Expected a bundle of 'value' cloths for everyday use, but these are comparable to one's I have bought for car detailing at 10 times the price or more. Generally a little smaller in size but that really isn't a problem, (and is clearly marked).
So much easier to grab another cloth when you need it rather than worrying about making your dear one's last before you wash them, and with fifty there's always one to hand.
Quality and performance are comparable to branded items I have used, just go's to show we all fall for marketing hype. I'm sure we won't sway the purist detailers out there, but if you were fed up paying through the nose for single items and thought maybe these looked too cheap, fear not, they are an absolute bargain."
"extordinary good value, it was £20 for 50 when I purchased my 1st lot. So impressed with their cleaning ability. I use them for everything, from windows to kitchen surfaces to my bathroom and car body work, mirrors, flat screens, they attract dust. Stainless steel, plus you do not need any cleaning products to use with them. They clean using science, hold 5 times their weight in fluid, will pickup oil/grease. You can wipe off with a damp cloth and then use a dry cloth, surfaces are so clean afterwards with so little effort. I also use them to dry off and exfoliate in the shower! - I've given loads to family members and am about to purchase my 2nd lot of 50 clothes. I rave about them. Wash up great on a hot wash - use small amouts of washing powder so that the micro fibres don't clogg + wash on their own or else they will pick up fibres/lint from other materials."
"Compare these to the retail price of a single higher quality microfibre cloth and they win hands down. But that comparison is unfair and biased.
Go like for like, with say e-cloths, which can be had wholesale for around £2 each against 50p each for these and you might think that e-cloths costing 4 times as much would lose out. But they don't.
Send these cloths through the washer and drier cycle a few times and you see the edges fraying and the side seams unpicking themselves. Add in that e-cloths are guaranteed for a mind boggling 1000 times and the argument is won.
These are fine if you will only use them a few times and then discard but they will not stand up to repeated washing and drying which quality cloths can endure.
They are a great and cheap throwaway product but they are not good enough for commercial use over the longer term. My test period was 3 months."