Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Gleen Green Cleaning Cloth Review

I was cleaning out my kitchen drawers last week and I came across a little box that had a little Gleen Green Cleaning Cloth in it. I had purchased it several months ago and decided to give it a try. I'm always buying little cloths, like Pledge wipes or Lysol wipes, that I swipe around all of the dirt and dust in our house (I must confess that Suzi Homemaker does not have the cleanest house on the planet--I know you're shocked!), hoping that I will conquer the dirt without that much effort, but usually to no avail.

When I gave this little gem a whirl, I could not believe how well it worked! According to the Gleen website:

"GLEEN, combined with the power of water, safely and effectively cleans hundreds of surfaces. This unique 16 x 16 inch cloth effortlessly cleans windows, mirrors, marble countertops and more, with only water, for a streak free gleam. No need for expensive sprays, harsh chemicals or paper towels. Just dampen GLEEN with water, wring it out and experience easy cleaning, every time. The patented fiber technology leaves behind absolutely no streaky residue or scratches and cleans the following materials: glass, ceramic, chrome, plastic, marble, fiberglass, stainless steel, leather, granite, acrylic, vinyl, wood, porcelain and aluminum."

Well, I have just about all of those surfaces in my house, so I set out to prove them wrong! I am happy and amazed to report that the Gleen Green Cleaning Cloth lives up to the hype! I cleaned and cleaned with it by just wetting it with water and wiping down countertops, appliances and glass. Even the glass cooktop that I have struggled to keep gunk-free came clean! After a lot of scrubbing, I had to merely rinse the cloth and it was good to go again! Lo and behold, no streaks! How can this be?

I think I purchased the cloth at Weis Market for about $6--not too shabby considering all of those Pledge and Lysol Wipes are about the same and they don't last as long and aren't nearly as versatile--plus my kids mistake them for baby wipes and that is not a good thing. They also are available for purchase on the Gleen Cloth website.

Now I can rest a little bit easier knowing that I am doing something good for the environment and cleaning my house at the same time! I wonder if it works on grubby faces and dirty little butts?


Regina Bertrand said...

This is great! I am checking this out now.

Anonymous said...

I have to agree...got the cloth on another customer's suggestion but was skeptical. Finally got around to using it and can't put it down. Just bought 11 to give to family and friends..pass it on...I say..
Thank you
Debbie in PA

Anonymous said...

after my cousin raved about her Gleen Cloth, I decided to look for it in my area. I could not find it in any retail grocery or department store. She sent me 2 large and 2 small ones. I opened them and wet one and decided to tackle the glass in my doors. OMG... To my shock, everything she said about the Gleen Cloth was true, so I tackled my microwave, coran cook top, kitchen cabinets, fridge, TV screens, Computer monitor and on and on and on...
I could not believe how dirty the cloth got, so I would put in kitchen sink, squirt a few drops of Dawn on and warm water, then I squished and squished and it came almost spotless. I rinsed and rinsed to make sure all soap reside was out of it, dried it and this morning I started over again with all my mirrows and stainless steel in my house. This is Magic.. I love it and wish I could find it in the Pittsburgh area. Thank God, I now have my own Gleen Cloth as it truly is a God Sent item. Thank You Gleen for making such a product!!!! Try it, You will LOVE it.

maria smith said...

I love these reuseable green cleaning cloths. They works so well and wash up so easily!

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Janet Ferguson said...

They are wonderful! I've been using them for years. I could only find them at Redners Food Mkt. Now they don't carry it. I went to the Gleen website and bought a bunch (lifetime supply). So excited about them, I may give as gifts. I also recently discovered the Swiffer Sweep and Trap! Sweeps like a Swiffer AND catches cereal, sand, gravel, etc. Love both products!

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