Jay Cloths Reviews
Description:Multi-purpose washing up and cleaning cloth.
Newest Review: ... of a jay cloth, I assume it's not in gsm... There are a great number of uses for Jay Cloths like cleaning skirting, coving, ... more
Customer Jay Cloths Reviews (4)
by - written on 11/03/13 (Very useful, 50 readings)
*** Jay cloths are a product that have been around for a long time. My mum has always been very keen on using jay cloths, and when I was younger, and I needed to clean something, she would always tell me to use a jay cloth. At that time, our house had an abundance of jay cloths, there'd be a jay cloth nestled in the corners, in radiators, behind radiators, by the sink, even in shoes. So it seemed my mum had found many uses for the jay cloth. I myself have used the jay cloth on many an occasion as a child, and now as an adult, use them only occasionally, and have to admit to being underwhelmed by their power. Jay cloths tend to come in packs ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
==Overview== J Cloths are a form of dishcloth which are commonly used in kitchens and restaurants up and down the country. They come in a variety of shades, usually blue and green but red, yellow and other colours exist too. They usually have a stripy or diagonal pattern on them in white too. J cloths come in a variety of sizes and the good thing about them is you can cut them to the size that you require if they are too big. J cloths are extremely cheap (you can get them in bulk 50 for £2.50 for example) and many of the supermarkets do their own value brands for about 40p for 10 so really not something that would break the bank. ==My ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Jay Cloths are cheap bit of fabric and are widely available in most supermarkets and are pretty much the bare basics of cleaning. I use these with a bucket of flash and I go round like Mr. Sheen does flying about all over the place cleaning coving, skirting and shelves. It depends on what brand you buy as to what quality cloths you'll get. Asda ones generally don't last that long and tend to shred themselves but if you shop around you can find manufacturer brand ones for not much more money. The best ones are a little thick but not like rags, I don't know how you can measure the width of a jay cloth, I assume it's not in gsm... There are a great ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/13 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I just read a review on here about Jay Cloths so I thought I would write my own thoughts on a great cleaning product and something I use because my parents used to use them when we were children and so the name and the product always stuck with me and when I moved into a place of my own they were an essential cleaning item.I actually have quite a bad memory about them. When we were really young my dad used to get the wet jay cloth from the kitchen sink and wipe our mouths with it after we had eaten to clean us up. I remember the jay cloth being all wet and quite stinky, having that wet, slightly mouldy taste and smell to it so it was not a fun experience. We always used . Read the complete review
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