- Product Reviews
- Use and Care
- Includes one (1) 5.5" x 3.25" x .5" Washing Up Pad
- Dual sided pad for cleaning the toughest cleaning tasks
- Scrubbing side (grey) easily removes stuck-on food residue and hardened messes
- e-cloth fiber side (yellow) cuts through grease and grime
- Ideal for pots and pans, baking dishes, plates, cutlery
- Guaranteed for 300 washes without losing performance.
- e-cloth fiber side: 80% polyester / 20% Polyamide
Where to Use: Kitchen Cleaning, Bathroom Cleaning, Pots and Pans, baking dishes, plates, silverware, showers, sinks, tubs, barbeque grills, etc
Kitchen Cleaning is more effective due to the strong scubbing power of the grey side and the grease gathering of the yellow microfiber side
Bathroom Cleaning beneifts most from the scrubbing power of the grey side adding extra power to tough bathroom dirt and mildew.
Scrubbing side made from polyester threads surrounded in tough non-scratching nylon and then made into e-cloth’s scrubbing fabric. Can be used on non-stick surfaces without scratching or damaging the surfaces. e-cloth fiber side is made from the highest quality cleaning microfiber fabric available in the world. Sponge material between fabrics.
Made in South Korea
How to Use
Washing Up Pad can be used like any other scrubbing pad. Scrubbing side (gray side) easily removes stuck-on food residue and hardened messes. The e-cloth fiber side (yellow) cuts through grease and grime. Wet thoroughly and wring out excess water and wipe surface to be cleaned. For heavier dirt, initially use scrubbing side before finishing with microfiber side. Rinse and finish wiping with dry e-cloth Glass & Polishing Cloth.
Caring for your Washing Up Pad
A warm rinse is often enough for day-to-day use.
To ensure your e-cloths perform at their best, we recommend machine washing. With certain new detergents, you can use medium heat, however for best results with normal detergents, wash on Hot.
Use only a small amount of detergent and rinse well. Tumble or hang dry.
DO NOT use bleach or fabric softener. Bleach breaks down the fibers and fabric softeners will block the fibers. If fabric softener is used by mistake, rewash with a little detergent.
Note: Color may run, initial washes should be separate at low temperature. For washing machines, a laundry bag is recommended.