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E-Cloth for Chemical Free Cleaning

Cleaning without chemicals has never been easier...

 A range of environmentally friendly cloths that clean the whole home, using just water.

The Basics

Each e-cloth has an extraordinary 480,000 fibres per square centimetre.  Every special e-cloth fibre is 1/100th the width of a human hair.  This, together with the wedge shape of each individual fibre, gives the cloths their remarkable cleaning power and high absorbency.

Unlike conventional cloths, as you draw an e-cloth across a surface, the high-quality fibres open up to trap and remove more grease, dirt, and bacteria, using no chemicals.

There is a lot more to it than that, of course as the construction of each cloth is specifically selected for the end use. 

They easily outperform and outlast traditional cloths and other cloths made with similar but lower quality fibres. A revolutionary way to clean!

The cloths are machine washable meaning they are easy to clean, reusable and durable. 

Plus they will save you money on cleaning chemicals and help to reduce the chemical load in your home and our environment.

The Nitty Gritty - How E-cloths and water work together

Water is pretty good at cleaning most things all by itself. That's because its molecules have two very different ends. They're electrically unbalanced, so they stick to all kinds of things (including lumps of dirt) like tiny magnets and break them apart. Water is sometimes called a universal solvent because it can dissolve so many different things. e-cloth fibres can get a better grip of tiny dirt particles that bigger fibres wander nonchalantly past. There are natural adhesive forces (forces of attraction) between tiny fibres and tiny particles of dirt called van der Waals forces. (Van der Waals forces are the things that stick geckos to ceilings using tiny hairs in their feet.) The van der Waals force between each microfibre and each dirt spec is pretty tiny, but when there are lots of fibres the effect is multiplied enormously. Dust, dirt, and bacteria naturally cling to the microfibres and stay there.

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