Every process, for every area, is a two-step method.
STEP ONE: DEEP CLEAN
The darker grey cloths with a coloured trim are your Deep Cleaning Cloths.
Wet the cloth thoroughly (hot or cold water) and ring out. Wipe over all surfaces you need to clean, starting with cleanest to dirtiest i.e.: if you are in the bathroom, vanity tops, fronts, and glass shower screens before shower tiles, sinks and floors. If your surfaces are mildly dirty, spray over first with your M & M Australian Bush Blend, Natural All Purpose Cleaner or if you have deep grime to contend with use your M & M Australian Bush Blend Natural Deep Cleaner – leave to soak 10 minutes and come back to lift off dirt with your damp Grey Eco Cloth.
STEP TWO: POLISH OFF
Your Polish Off Eco Cloth is the softer plain coloured cloth. This follows your deep clean wet cloth and removes all final moisture, germs and dirt to leave a super squeaky-clean and sparkling surface. This is why the two-step approach works so well.
Clean in approximate metre square sections – wet cloth in one hand, dry in the other (or in a pocket). A bit like the Karate kid “Wax on Wax Off”. Follow one with the other in a circular motion. How do you know your surface is clean? It will feel super smooth under your hand that is on the cloth. If it feels “grippy” you need to keep moving the cloth in a circular motion until the sticky feeling has gone. This is by far the most effective way to clean and the way I train my teams to make sure they have cleaned effectively. Do not let your surface air dry – you will not have removed the final layer of germs. Surfaces must be polished off with your dry cloth for maximum effect.
At the end of every day, wash all your cloths in a hot water wash with good detergent, to remove all dirt, bacteria and virus caught the microfibre. Put your mirror cloths in a separate ‘Wash Bag’ to keep them lint free. Dry them in the Sun for best results or on a clothes rack. Every 3-6 months you can boil the cloths for 20 minutes for a very deep clean and sanitise.
If you look after your cloths as we describe they will last 2-3 years in your home. When they finally get too thin, they will stop working and you will need a new set.