Ultimate Cloth Review & Free Trial Opportunity

I like a clean home, but try my best to use green products for my family and the environment. I was fascinated and a little skeptical when I was approached to review the Ultimate Cloth, because it seems too good to be true that it cleans with just water. The Ultimate Cloth uses MiraFiber technology to clean, which lifts and traps dirt and moisture as opposed to pushing it and smearing it around. The cloth is on the stiffer side when it is new, but softens up slightly as it is used and washed. There is no way I can accurately summarize the technology behind it, so I have added the diagrams and information below (for more detailed information visit their About Mirafiber page here):

MiraFiber Scoops dirt, grease & grime
Ordinary Cloth Fiber tends to simply push dirt and dust. Residue is left behind on the surface you are cleaning.
Lack of interior spaces makes ordinary cloth hold very little dirt or moisture.

MiraFiber® Technology 
has open spaces between fibers that act as millions of tiny ‘scoops’ that pull dust, dirt, oil & other contaminants into the cloth and hold them until washed away with mild soap or detergent. (Can also be bleached for disinfection.)
Results are spotless, streak free surfaces. Water simply acts as a ‘lubricant’ which helps emulsify dirt & oil making it easier for the MiraFiber® technology to pick the dirt, grease & grime from your surfaces.
Spaces also allow large amounts of moisture to be collected into the cloths making them very absorbent in quickly picking up spills. It also allows for quicker drying time eliminating much of the bacterial growth found in slow drying cloths.

I compare it to a sort of cloth version of a Magic Clean Eraser, because the cloth helps clean up messes with fewer scrubs. It saves money on purchasing cleaning products, whether you use the Ultimate Cloth as a replacement or supplement to your current cleaning supplies. I tried it in the kitchen, bathrooms, laundry room, floors and even for scrubbing down the highchair. It definitely seemed to work better than an ordinary cloth, and although I use this to do regular maintenance cleaning, I still use some green cleaning sprayers and solutions for deep cleaning in my home. My favorite use for this cloth is on my Swiffer sweeper, which I fail to buy replacements for half the time anyways, so this is definitely a way I will use this cloth on a regualr basis. It did really well on mirrors and facets, and with black appliances I like to use this cloth the wipe off the fingerprints and smudges that are impossible to ignore.  

I use some microfiber for mopping my floor and was surprised to see the comparison of the two fibers (see chart below). I really like that it is a bleachable fabric, to rid of stains and bacteria, so I know that is it perfectly clean for my next cleaning task. I would recommend that families have a Ultimate Cloth or two in their homes, to supplement cleaning supplies by using them for smaller, daily maintenance cleaning. These cloths start at $6 each, but the price drops significantly the more you purchase, and they have 3 sizes plus mop heads available (combo packs also available at a discount as well as 50% off or more when purchasing 15+). 

Versatility *
The same cloth safe & effective on all surfaces
Various microfiber products needed for different surfaces
High tear resistance
Low tear resistance
Low linting
Drying Time
Drying Method
Air or machine dry
(please see care below)
Air dry only!
Up to 4x its weight
Up to 2x its weight
Durability / Longevity
Extreme – guaranteed up to 5 years
Grit / Scratch Factor
Clean cloth guaranteed SAFE for delicate surfaces – non fraying edges require NO stitching!
Varies by microfiber & stitching content
Disinfection of Cloth **
Bleachable – with no harm to cloth
Not bleachable

Free Trial
Try an Ultimate Cloth for free (but you will need to pay S&H) through their link here.

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By Emi Stapler. I am a cloth diaper advocate, green parenting blogger, mother of three and a military wife who enjoys sharing my motherhood adventures and advice. Follow me at The Cloth Diaper Report on Facebook, Twitter @TheCDReport , Google +, Pinterest and Instagram.

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  1. Mary Q Contrarie says:

    This MiraFiber sounds interesting. I broke down and bought a sham wow last year after all the ads that I heard about it and I was really disapointed. The best thing about them is they dry fast on my clothes drying rack.
    These sound like a better solution.

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