August 08, 2012
joe's Favorite Thing: Goja Microfiber Cloth
I'm shameless: If it's good enough for Oprah it's plenty good enough for me.
I mean, Helpful Hints from joeeze is a blatant derivative of Helpful Hints from Heloise, what?
And Experts' Expert was a feature, long since discontinued, in the Financial Times that led me to subscribe back in the day.
But I digress.
I happened on these microfiber cloths while noodling around on Amazon the other day when it became apparent that the ones I've been using since forever weren't doing a very good job anymore.
Considering I've been using them for many months, it's not surprising.
I've always wondered where all the screen shmutz and fingerprint oil goes once it's removed from the screens and my glasses.
I mean, does it just dissolve or break down?
One of life's great mysteries.
No matter: these Goja cloths arrived yesterday and I've been on a polishing Jones, spiffing up all my screens and glasses all over the place.
Now they're so clean you could eat off 'em.
Maybe I'll use one of those Kung Foon spork x chopstick thingies.
Pack of six 6" x 7" microfiber cloths: $9.99.
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I've washed multiple variations on this critter and never treated it any differently than ordinary wash (save that I rarely use "fabric softener" because it is a colloidal wax and is counter-productive in most instances, such as this one) with excellent results.
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Aug 8, 2012 11:08:05 PM
Regarding the comment "You can wash microfiber cloths in the laundry":
The directions for the microfiber cloth featured above appear below (a scan of the package).
"Hand wash only in warm water. No detergent."
So, as long as "in the laundry" means by hand as noted, you're money.
Posted by: bookofjoe | Aug 8, 2012 6:21:39 PM
You can wash microfiber cloths in the laundry. There, you have a lifetime supply.
Posted by: dalai grandma | Aug 8, 2012 5:44:40 PM
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