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Clean Zone All Purpose Cloths

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Brand: Clean Zone / Type: Other Homeware

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      09.07.2013 12:14
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      Dont waste your pound

      Although I always buy and use kitchen roll I try to use re usable cloths as much as possible usually opting for a basic value product from Tesco however recently I was browsing around my local Poundland and spotted a pack of 36 all purpose  cloths so I decided to try them. 

      The Clean Zone cloths are sold in a  roll with just a paper label around them, this displays the Clean Zone logo and informs the customer that there are 36 re usable cloths in the roll which are ideal for wiping surfaces, dish washing and drying. They can be used wet or dry and are washable. 

      The cloths are sold in a strip, like bin bags, and to remove one you need to tear along the perforated edge. The cloths are available in pink or blue, handy if you colour code your cleaning cloths, blue for the loo pink for the sink etc, and each one measures just 30 x 20 cm's so they are not very big.  

      With the 36 cloths only costing £1.00 I wasn't expecting too much from them but when I removed the paper label and unrolled them I was surprised at just how thin they were. You can virtually see through them! I tried to tear a cloth from the roll and found this is virtually impossible to do without tearing the cloths, they really are like paper. 

      Once removed from the role and wet the cloth is so small its difficult to use, you actually need to unroll and tear of about 4 or 5 cloths to get any thickness then you are working with a strip of cloth which I didn't find very practical.

      The cloths don't seem to absorb water and therefore make mopping up any spills impossible, to be honest they are not a lot of good for anything, I tried using them for damp and dry dusting but they were useless, the only positive thing about them is they don't disintegrate when washed. 

      I have used approximately half of the Clean Zone cloths now and I can honestly say I haven't been impressed, I certainly don't recommend them and wont be buying them again.


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