30+ Ways to Use Microfiber Cleaning Cloths Around Your Home

30+ Ways to Use Microfiber Cleaning Cloths Around Your HomeI admit, I’m a self-professed neat and clean freak. I take great pride in cleaning my home and keeping it cleaned up. With that said, I don’t spend hours upon hours every day cleaning it! I’m always looking for the best cleaning products that get the job done and get it done quickly.

One of the products that I use around my house and that I’m totally addicted to is microfiber cleaning cloths! Seriously, I can’t get enough of them and I tend to purchase them in bulk. I like buying them in different colors and assign certain colors to particular cleaning tasks. When I’m done using them, I toss them into my washer and get them ready for the next time. For storage, I have them all sorted and stored in a plastic bin in my cleaning closet.

Cleaning TV Screens with Microfiber Cleaning Cloths

30+ Ways to Use Microfiber Cleaning Cloths Around Your Home

Electronic Screens – TV’s, Computers, Tablets, Cellphones
Landline Phones
Hand-Washing Dishes
Make-Up Removal
Glass Windows
Polish Eyeglasses and Sunglasses
Polishing Metal Fixtures in Bathroom & Kitchen
Grease & Grime from Range Hood
Grease & Debris from Range and Stove-Tops
Grease & Splatter from Inside the Microwave
Removing Mildew & Gunk from Ceramic Tile
Ceiling Fans
Light Fixtures
Mopping Floors
Dusting Knick-Knacks
Polishing Shoes
Removing Scuff Marks
Washing the Car
Clean Outdoor Toys & Pool Floats
Staining Wood Crafts
Polishing Jewelry
Remove Mildew from Swimming Pool Floats
Clean Pet Cages and Pet Toys
Polishing Silver
Children’s Toys
Remove Soot from Glass Fireplace Doors
Scrub Down the Electric Grill

Cleaning Ceiling Fan with Microfiber Cloth

As you can see, you can use microfiber cleaning cloths all over your home to clean all kinds of different things! The best thing about using them is that they are reusable and you’re not buying/using disposable paper towels which are wasteful & harmful to our environment.

Cleaning Tip - Use Microfiber Cleaning Cloths on Swiffer Mop

Cleaning Hack – Tip: As you can see, I own a Swiffer mop just like millions of other people. I got tired of running to the grocery store and buying the expensive, disposable Swiffer mop pads. Instead, I use my microfiber cleaning cloths which fit perfectly onto the bottom of my Swiffer mop and they get the job done! You can use any liquid floor cleaner that you want to use (store bought or homemade). Mop your floors and then toss the cloth into your washing machine, so it’s ready for the next time you need it. They are eco-friendly and a more cost-efficient way to clean your floors!!!

I personally love using them as they remove smudges, don’t leave lint behind, are very absorbent, 100% reusable and are a more natural way to clean. You don’t need to use harmful chemicals…most of the time just soap and water or a good homemade cleaning product.

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Do you use microfiber cleaning cloths? If so, how do you like using them around your house? If you haven’t tried them yet, I highly recommend them!!!!

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  1. Jana Leah says:

    This is a nice list. I never thought to use them for removing scuff marks or grease from the stove.

  2. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I shall try the microfiber cloth on my Swiffer mop. I do appreciate all the different ways you have listed to use these cloths.

  3. Cathy Jarolin says:

    I agree its pretty neat the way you put them on your Swifter Mop to clean your floors. I will try them on my ceiling fan in our Living Room. Glass windows i must try them on it. I hate washing windows because I can never get them Streak Free Clean. Maybe these will work better for me. Thank You so much for sharing these Great Tips with us.

  4. Dana Rodriguez says:

    They are great for all tips of cleaning. I have a big stack of them myself. That is pretty clever to use them on your mop!

  5. ellen beck says:

    I love microfiber.I think what appeals to me is they dont leave lint behind .One other use I have found for them is they also remove cat hair easily and goodness knows I get it all over. I like using it too because you can reuse them over and over. Great product for sure!

  6. I need to use mine more often. You are right about being reusable and good for the environment.

  7. Susan Hartman says:

    Thank you for the idea of using the microfiber clothes of swiffter mops. I like the idea of reusing the cloth.

  8. Thanks for the tip with the Swiffer mop. That will certainly save money and time running to the store. I like using things that are reusable instead of throw away.

  9. The use with a Swiffer mop is one I will try, thanks for the tip. I use them to apply lemon oil to my antique French oak cabinet.

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