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Stainless Steel Cloth


  • The e-cloth Stainless Steel Cloth easily removes grease and fingermarks from all types of stainless steel, using just water. Dual sided - one for brushed and the other for polished stainless steel.

    • A specialist dual-sided cloth with a scrubbing-stripe side. Ideal for both brushed and polished stainless steel - stunning results
    • Cleans using just water, no chemicals - the power is in the fibres
    • Removes fingermarks, grease & dirt from all polished or brushed stainless steel surfaces
    • Removes over 99% of bacteria. 3 Year guarantee
    • Recommended by Allergy UK. Good Housekeeping Institute approved
  • Item Number: SSC
    Colour(s): Grey
    Material(s): 75% polyester, 15% polyamide 10% Polypropylene
    Item Dimensions: 32cm x 32cm
    Country of Origin: Indonesia, Vietnam, South Korea
    Number of Items: 1

  • How to Use

    Polished stainless steel - Use the smooth side dry on a damp surface, fold and wipe.

    Brushed stainless steel - Use the side with scrubbing stripes. Wet thoroughly and wring out, fold and wipe in the direction of the grain. Use with just water. Finish with the smooth side.

    TIP: For best results, use a dry Glass & Polishing Cloth after the Stainless Steel Cloth, for a perfect streak-free finish.

    Note: New appliances sometimes have a protective coating to give short-term protection during transit. If this is the case, it may be necessary to repeat the above process a few times, to remove it.

    Care Instructions

    A warm rinse is often enough in day to day use. Machine wash regularly up to 60°C, using a little detergent and rinse well. If too much detergent is used, cleaning performance may be reduced, in which case, hot wash without any detergent.

    The cloth will benefit from an occasional hot wash at 90°C or sterilising by boiling in just water.

    • Tumble or hang dry.
    • DO NOT use bleach, which damages the fibres or fabric conditioner, which inhibits performance. If used by mistake, rewash with a little detergent.

    Note: Colour may run. Wash new cloths separately.




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