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Have you tried or do you use Skoy cloths?
skoycloth.com/
I’m thinking of using them.  Any thoughts?

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      Kandykahne 5 wrote Sep 24, 2009
    • I never heard of them but they look interesting.happy




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      Deb Link wrote Sep 24, 2009
    • My husband had called me from work regarding the Skoy cloth...he saw it in Reader’s Digest.  I’m going to show him the site when he gets home.  He called me because I “hate” using paper towels.  I use regular cloth instead.  We use cloth napkins instead of paper ones.  It’s just my little way to save a few trees.  If I decide to get them I’ll do a little review on Fab40.




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      Lisaregenia wrote Sep 24, 2009
    • I’ve tried a couple of other products that seem similar but they always end up yucky like the sponge - even though they said they wouldn’t.  I’ve never tried mircowaving them...maybe that is the trick.




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      Max0125 wrote Sep 25, 2009
    • I got these great reusable microfiber cleaning cloths at Target in the automotive section of all places. I think that they were called ecoccloths are something similar. They are color coded- blue is for windows and white and grey are for general cleaning. I love them since I no longer have to throw money out in the garbage using paper towels. I have had them for 6 months and they still wash up great and work better than paper towels.




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