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I have bought an e cloth

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fishfinger Tue 28-Jun-05 12:37:11

what can i expect?

jessicasmummy Tue 28-Jun-05 12:38:12

what the hell is an e cloth?!

Ladymuck Tue 28-Jun-05 12:39:13

Gorgeous men to propostion you in the street

Your children's bedrooms to tidy themselves

Orgasms as and when you want

fishfinger Tue 28-Jun-05 12:42:42

clean stainless steel?

fishfinger Tue 28-Jun-05 12:42:51

( or is that a side effect?)

Ladymuck Tue 28-Jun-05 12:43:02


Ladymuck Tue 28-Jun-05 12:43:31

You could try for it I guess!

Ladymuck Tue 28-Jun-05 12:44:05

Or perhaps dh is turned on by seeing his reflection in the oven door

triceratops Tue 28-Jun-05 12:44:25

I have just been using mine, brings the mirrors up a treat with no real effort. Did you get the glass one or the normal one? They are best used in combination IMO. I love lakeland.

fishfinger Tue 28-Jun-05 12:45:53

oh god I odnt know
just got the bog standard one

poppy101 Tue 28-Jun-05 12:49:45

Buy them in aldi alot cheaper than lakeland, often found in their cleaning section.

triceratops Tue 28-Jun-05 12:50:38

you need to get the special glass one if you really want your stainless steel to be shiny. It is smooth rather than towelling looking. Clean with damp cloth a and polish with cloth b. It really works and you don't need any chemicals.

The ordinary one is brilliant for general cleaning. I got a pack of five from Waitrose but it didn't polish as well as I expected until I got the glass cloth. I am nesting at the moment so I am obsessed with all cleaning products. You should hear me going on about my new mop.

jessicasmummy Tue 28-Jun-05 12:51:18

someone give me a link or something!!!

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