Pro Chef Microfiber Polishing Cloth for Stainless Steel Review

Kitchens and everything in them should be very clean!  But our family is trying to avoid using paper towels and other consumables, so I was very happy to try the Pro Chef Microfiber Polishing Cloth.

pro chef clothThis cloth is a very soft microfiber and is a large 16″ x 16″ size.  With three in the package, we should have enough to clean the kitchen.

But do they really clean?  They are said to work on stainless, glass, and other surfaces.  I have a lot of stainless in the kitchen, so that’s a good place to start.  I dip one corner in clean water and begin with the toaster.  After rubbing with the water side, I rub clean with the dry side.  It does make the toaster very clean and shiny.  With no streaks or marks to be found, I move on to test on glass.  A goblet might be the best test for that.  It easily cleaned and polished the glass into a very sparkling clear clean.  I’m very impressed!

It should work well for many more applications, too.  It cleaned my laptop screen very nicely and I expect it would work very well in the bathroom shower and sink areas, too.  I think this might quickly become one of my favorite cleaning cloths!

I received this at a reduced price or free in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed are entirely my own

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