Eco Touch, Inc., Microfiber Towels, 2 Pack22 Reviews
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Shipping Weight: 0.79 lbs (0.36 kg)
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- Product Code: ETO-00250
- UPC Code: 895823002504
- Package Quantity: 2 Pack
- Dimensions: 2.5 x 4 x 8 in, 0.25 lbs (0.11 kg)
- Premium Car Care
Get ready. Your favorite re-usable towels are inside.
- Use wet or dry
- Dirt-grabbing and dust busting
- Hold seven times their weight in water
- Clean metal, glass, wood, leather or vinyl
And of course you wouldn't want to part with your favorite microfiber towel...
Microfiber Towel Care:
Machine wash. Do not use fabric softener. Air dry for best results.
Package includes two 16" x 16" Microfiber Towels. 80% polyester, 20% polyamide blend.
iHerb Customer Reviews
We use microfiber towels for dusting in my house. I never, till 2 months ago have though that you could use them for spot cleaning brushes. I saw a blog post on cleaning your make up brushes, and the blogger suggested, swiping the bristles on the microfiber towel to clean them between washes. The eyeshadow particles, that resemble dust, just stick on the clothe. I use it daily to swipe my brushes (eyeshadow, mineral make-up, powder blush etc.) and it removes 95% of the colours on them. Just 5-10 swipes and they are ready! This will keep my brushes in a pristine condition for longer as less washing will keep the glue holding the bristles intact. I then spray them with a bit of rubbing alcohol and voila! I used to wash my make up brushes every day after use, and I still do for the ones I used with creams or liquids. I hated brush cleaner spray, as took forever to dry and required such a fuss. This clothe is pretty big, I have cut it in 6 pieces and sewn the edges. I toss the dirty ones in the washer and use a clean ones in rotation. I am sure they do a mean job in the house, but I can't review it over that! I definitelly recommend them!