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  • May 27, 2011

    ctpatspc  from Eugene, Oregon, Rating:5.0

    We use these cloths similar to how you would use a tack cloth. Easier to work with, picks up dust nicely. One must be careful though of wood splinters/rough spots that can pick up yellow lint. Using these on clear coats must be looked at very closely before spraying over yellow lint. They last longer than tack cloths, can be blown out to reuse. I keep one at my computer too to dust periodically also. Dust away!!!

  • Jul 16, 2011

    thormisty1  from antelope ca, Rating:5.0

    Did a great job. Spot cleaned looks like new carpet.

  • Pumie Scouring Stick - Dozen

    Today $28.99 Compare $50.29 Save 42%

    Dec 7, 2010

    lapsyc  from Louisiana, Rating:5.0

    I received my order very quickly. The product was undamaged, in perfect shape.

  • Kimberly-Clark WypAll X80 Towels

    Today $37.99 Compare $81.85 Save 54%
    For heavy duty use

    Aug 28, 2010

    frosser  from Mississippi, Rating:5.0

    I found these working at our local Nuclear Plant. I started using them in my office for cleaning, but realized the real place they belong is my shop. Great for cleaning just about everything. But still soft enough to wipe the sweat off your face or blow your nose in an emergency. Wouldn't be without them

  • Perfect for certain kitchen surfaces.

    Dec 4, 2012

    abklos  from St. Louis, Missouri, USA, Rating:4.0

    I have Cambria Quartz countertops and a black ceramic induction cook top in my island. When they are clean and shiny they are really beautiful, but I had trouble finding a cleaning product that cleaned, but didn't leave dull streaks. I tried several before I discovered Perfect Kitchen. If the cook top is really greasy or dirty, I will use hot soapy water in a no-scratch scrubber to scrub it clean, but no amount of wiping with a wet sponge would get all the dulling soap off. Then I discovered if I sprayed Perfect Kitchen on it and polished with a paper towel or soft, clean cloth, every bit of dulling film would disappear. Occasionally, the cooktop will take two treatments if I've been doing some serious cooking - especially sauteeing or frying or simmering something messy like spaghetti sauce because it's very shiny and highly reflective! But it all sure looks pretty when I'm done. It also works to spot clean pretty much every other surface including cherry wood cabinets (although I do...

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