While there are a number of ways to clean microfiber cloths, including washing them by hand, a quick and easy method of doing so is to wash them in a washer and dryer. Since microfiber cloths can scuff surfaces if used w... More »

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Uses for microfiber cleaning cloths include cleaning, polishing, dusting, bathing and getting rid of stains. Some of the main reasons individuals opt for microfiber cleaning cloths are to save money, reduce waste and eli... More »

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Overstock.com explains that micro-fiber couches often have a simple code on the label, indicating whether it can be cleaned with a water-based cleaner, a solvent-based cleaner or either. This label denotes those same sol... More »

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Clean polyurethane fabric by cleaning the area with a microfiber cloth, treating the fabric with a polyurethane-safe cleaner, using rubbing alcohol for stubborn stains and rinsing the fabric with soapy water. You need an... More »

The Pawn Nerd explains that not all pawn shops accept large appliances, such as washers and dryers. If a pawn shop accepts the set, it pays less than a third of the actual resell price. Depending on the size, condition a... More »

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Washer and dryer dimensions vary significantly based upon the brand, model and capacity. When choosing a washer and dryer, it is best to carefully measure the space designated for the washer and dryer, and choose the lau... More »

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Rolling wet clothes up inside a dry towel, squeezing the towel and then hanging the clothes up on a rack or outdoor line is an alternative drying method for those who do not have an electric clothes dryer. While this met... More »

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