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What are DOC cleaning cloths used for?

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DOC cleaning cloths clean non-porous surfaces, such as granite, Formica, wood, plastic and acrylic. In addition to cleaning up spills and acting as a substitute for paper towels and sponges, DOC cleaning cloths remove makeup and exfoliate skin.

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Other uses for DOC cleaning cloths include polishing furniture, wiping kitchen and bathroom counters, and washing and waxing floors, vehicles and boats. Made of eight layers of wood-fiber rayon in an open-weave construction, DOC cleaning cloths trap liquid, dirt and bacteria and rinse clean when held under running water for 30 seconds. They are odor- and stain-resistant and compostable when the time comes to discard them.

Available in brown, blue, green or red, they also come in a variety of sizes. Consumers can purchase a pack of DOC cleaning cloths all in one size or a pack containing various sizes. Customer reviews are highly positive, although some indicate that the cloths are comparable to cloth baby diapers, do not always hold up as well as expected and sometimes leave lint residue.

DOC also makes antimicrobial microfiber cleaning cloths, a duster kit and a rubber broom with a handheld brush and dustpan. A versatile household cleaner is available that cleans mold and mildew from household surfaces and removes stains from fabric without using harsh chemicals.

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