Zorbeez 3D is a dishcloth that's meant to be used to clean up virtually any liquid spill from surfaces such as tabletops, countertops, walls, and even ceramic stovetops and glass windows. Each cloth has a textured side that's been designed to scour and scrub away stubborn messes, and when you flip it over, you'll get its smoother side that's made for polishing. This dishcloth comes in packs of three that include an extra-large cloth and two smaller (but still fairly large) cloths of the same type.
The cost of Zorbeez 3D is $19.99 plus $6.95 shipping, for a total price of $26.94.
Once you spot a liquid spill, such as one created by coffee, juice or wine, you can immediately wet the textured, three-dimensional woven side of your cloth with water and begin to wipe it up. Aside from water, you may also want to add soap or a cleaning solution to your cloth, but you must make sure the solution is safe to use on the particular surface you're cleaning first.
Next, once the spill in front of you has visibly disappeared, flip your cloth over in order to polish the surface you just cleaned with its smoother side. If there's any residue from the spill left behind, this second wipe should allow the cloth to absorb it all.
After wiping up a spill with both sides of your Zorbeez 3D cloth, the surface in front of you should look completely clean and stain-free, even if it's carpeted. You can then wring your cloth out, put it away for the time being and use the surface you cleaned with it in the way you normally would.
With either side of a Zorbeez cloth, you'll be able to wipe up spills from a variety of surfaces commonly found in the kitchen, such as hardwood, tile, drywall, and aluminum, without scratching them up. This type of cloth won't leave scratches on a ceramic stovetop, either, and if you want to take one into your living room to clean up a spill on your carpet, that's certainly an option.
Each Zorbeez 3D cloth will be able to absorb more than 10 times its body weight in liquid, regardless of what liquid you're using it to wipe up. That means you'll likely be able to clean up huge spills with one of yours without going to fetch a second or third cloth. This may come in handy if you or someone else in your household often spills an entire carton of milk, a whole pot of coffee or a pitcher of juice.
Since these dishcloths are so absorbent, you likely won't feel the need to use paper towels, wet wipes or sponges once you've got a few of the cloths in your possession. Zorbeez 3D dishcloths are definitely a more environmentally friendly choice than these alternatives since you won't have to dispose of your old ones and replace them with new ones as often. In fact, one set of these dishcloths may last you for several years, while a sponge may only last weeks and paper towels and wipes are usually only useful for a few minutes.
It's safe to wash these dishcloths in the washing machine, which only contributes to their reusability. However, if you don't have a washing machine, it's fine to wash them with soap and water. At times, if you've used one just to wipe up a few drops of liquid, you may be able to get away with just rinsing it.
Aside from the three green Zorbeez dishcloths (one extra-large and two large) that you'll get for your kitchen and perhaps your living room, you'll also get three extra ones that are meant for the bathroom. These ones come in the same sizes as the green ones, but they're light blue, so you can differentiate them from the kitchen cloths. In the bathroom, you may want to use them to clean your metal fixtures, your mirrors or a glass shower door.
Besides liquids related to meals, the Zorbeez 3D cloths are also able to clean up pet waste, as long as it's of the liquid variety. To clean up a puppy puddle or some cat urine that somehow didn't make it to the litter box, just follow the same process you'd use to clean up juice, coffee or another beverage. With a cloth like this, you'll be able to make short work of the puddle without having to get out a large mop and bucket.
With another, less effective cloth, you might think that a liquid stain is gone from your carpet because you can't see it anymore, but it may have seeped through the carpet and onto your floorboards. Fortunately, Zorbeez cloths can remove a stain not only from the top of the carpet, but from the underside, and can also stop it from traveling any further. If you fold one of these cloths to suit the size of your stain and press down on it repeatedly, the stain should get soaked up before it hits the hard material underneath.
Zorbeez 3D cloths come in light blue or light green, as opposed to the darker versions of these colors. Therefore, there's a good chance that the spills they pick up off the surfaces in your home may start showing up as stains on the cloths themselves. Even if you put the cloths through the washing machine, some of these stains may remain. This may not matter to some users, but others may find the presence of a stained cloth in their kitchen (or bathroom) to be an eyesore.
These dishcloths are made to be effective at cleaning up liquid spills only. They may work well if you want to clean up a non-liquid mess, but there's no guarantee that they'll be able to absorb solid or creamy materials in the same way that they do liquids. If you want to clean up a bunch of sand or wipe up some crunchy peanut butter, you might be better off using another cleaning tool.
If you clean your windows with a glass-cleaning solution and a rag or a paper towel, you may have to go over them in at least two passes—one for cleaning and another to remove streaks. On the other hand, if you use a Zorbeez 3D cloth to wipe down your windows, they've been designed not to leave streaks behind, so you'll likely only have to wipe them once. Plus, these cloths are so effective that you may be able to skip spraying on the glass-cleaning solution and just use water to clean the glass.
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