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loveshopping Thu 11-Sep-08 00:38:28

Just wondered if anyone has used eCloths, I have seen them in the lakeland book but just wondered if anyone could recommend them here. They seem quite pricey but did a search on google and found them a little cheaper here Thanks.

HarryAndRon Thu 11-Sep-08 23:27:18

I have some of those (the ecloths that is)

they are fab, and make my bin and oven all shiny

<<slightly addicted to them in factblush>>

go buy some, they really do live up to the blurb....((IMHO at least))

GrimmaTheNome Thu 11-Sep-08 23:30:10

The dusters really do pick up dust and the glass cleaning cloth really does work with just a spritz of water. Very good, bung them in the washing machine with the teatowels and they come out good as new. I think they will last a lot longer than other cloths.

Clary Thu 11-Sep-08 23:31:56

ooh I have one for the windows and mirrors and it is excellent.

Ge a bit stressed when it is in washpile and tus I cannot use it <nervously glances at dusty mirror/TV screen>

NellieTheEllie Thu 11-Sep-08 23:34:40

oh, I love these cloths. I got mine from Lakeland in a pack that had a particular cloth for different jobs. They are fab and when you are done you can chuck them in the wash. I put mine in with the nappy wash! (you can actually use these cloths to stuff nappies too!)

ilovecake Fri 12-Sep-08 00:30:40

I bought Lakelands own microfibre cloths ( they are cheaper and were 3 for 2 couple of weeks ago) and they are fab. Make my annoying shiny worktops shine without drying and buffing and steel things aren't smeary!

loveshopping Fri 12-Sep-08 22:19:25

Have ordered an ecloth. Look forward to having a go. Thanks for all the replies and advice.

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