Mabu Multi Wood Fiber Cloth, 3 cloths
Mabu's many uses
Use a Mabu in the kitchen, dining room, bath, workshop, campsite, garage or for recreational activities:
Tired of dirty cleaning cloth smell? Banish the ick but keep the clean with Mabu 3-pack Cleaning Cloths. These unique, multi-use cleaning cloths are made from viscose rayon, an all-natural wood fiber that's strong and durable. Compared against normal microfiber cloths, Mabu's cloths rinse free of bacteria with normal tap water. So, say so long to spreading stink and say hello to soft, absorbent cleaning. Each cloth measures approx. 11-1/2"L x 11-1/2"W
- 8 open-weave layers are cleverly engineered so bacteria, particles and debris rinse away easily. Cloths rinse out fresh each time with tap water, so there is no foul smell common to typical cloths
- Absorbent and tough, yet soft - Once you rinse out the vegetable starch stiffener, it will be difficult to believe your soft, thick, absorbent Mabu is made from wood
- In 3 different trim colors (yellow, orange and green) - color-code your separate cloth uses
- Made of natural 100% wood pulp fiber (viscose rayon)
Q. What is the Mabu Multi Cloth made from?
A. The Mabu Multi Cloth is made from 100% Natural Wood Pulp Fiber.
Q. Why is the Mabu stiff when first used?
A. Mabu is stiffened for shipping with tapioca starch. This is a harmless edible starch which must be rinsed out under warm water before using for the first time.
Q. Why is the Mabu bacteria resistant?
A. In fact the Mabu Cloth absorbs bacteria, as laboratory testing has shown, but the unique 8 layer open weave design allows bacteria to be released when rinsed.
Q. Why does the Mabu not retain odors?
A. Because of Mabu's unique rinsability, you can rinse out odors even after days at the bottom of a sink, unlike standard dishcloths that hold sour smells even after soap and soaking.
Q. What can I do when Mabu gets a stubborn stain?
A. All wiping cloths can stain. A unique quality of the Mabu is that most stains simply rinse out after a soak in detergent water..
Q. Is the Mabu machine washable?
A. Yes. In fact for convenience throw the Mabu in with the whites. Putting the Mabu in the dryer will not affect any of the unique qualities, but it will make it soft and puffy and it may shrink slightly.
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