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using reusable zap cloth to clean windows

Gleaming windows are just a swipe away.

You never really notice how dirty your windows are until you start to clean them, but then comes the dreaded streak of residue that appears after you finish the job. “But I JUST cleaned that spot!”

However, streak-free windows are in clear view when you ditch the paper towels and go with a more eco-friendly and efficient towel—introducing the Zap Cloth.

zap cloth package

You should also ditch your window cleaning solution while you’re at it because this handy helper uses simply water to clean. So not only are you reducing your paper waste, you’re eliminating the need for Windex or other popular glass sprays!

opened package of zap cleaning cloth

Don’t let the basic appearance fool you. These cloths can be used over and over again to clean your dirtiest surfaces leaving them streakless, spotless, and lint-free.

cleaning faucet with zap cloth

In the bathroom, they leave chrome and other metal accents gleaming making it perfect to wipe down faucets and fixtures. Give the mirror and countertop a wipe down as well for a clear reflection and spotless surface.

cleaning ledge of window sill with zap cloth

They also pick up dust and debris on window sills or any other hard surfaces making it such a versatile cleaning tool to keep in your home.

cleaning window with zap cloth

And of course our favorite, streak-free windows! No chemicals, no mess, no streaks… just Zap cloth and water!

With all the cost savings and the hassle-free natural of this product, our Hip2Save team loves them! Even Collin’s mom is a huge fan!

“About a year ago, a friend gave us a pack of Zap cloths to try and I am now forever hooked! Keep in mind that I’m a sloppy window cleaner. My cleaning typically ends up with so many streaks, the window looks worse than when I started. If my hubby sees me cleaning, he immediately grabs the cleaner out of my hand and he finishes the job. Well, no longer!

 

It is impossible to screw up with the Zap cloth and amazingly easy to use. Simply wet in water, wring out a bit, and wipe the window. I am constantly in awe of how it works. I gave my daughters sample packs to try, and they are equally impressed.”

michelle cleaning windows with zap cloth

Michelle from our team started using these cloths as well and is officially a Zap cloth convert!

“I’ve heard Collin mention these a few times because her mom is obsessed with them! I decided to give them a try on a whim and WOW. It for reals works like magic. I used it to clean the window over my kitchen sink which gets yucky splatters and it totally worked with just water.

 

At first, I was unsure as it left a bit of a streak that didn’t evaporate as glass cleaner does, but I just kept wiping and they went away. I also used these on my chrome sink faucets. The pack of three is under $10 and they are super sturdy to be used again and again.”


At $9.99 for a pack of 3 cloths, these towels will pay for themselves with the savings you’ll see from not buying endless rolls of paper towels and glass-specific cleaning solution.

wiping mirror with zap cloth

Nope, Zap cloth is not paying us to promote their product.


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Comments 38

  1. Seani

    Do you wash and re-use or toss after?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You can wash and reuse them! Here are their washing instructions – ” Machine wash with laundry detergent or hand wash with dish soap in warm water. Rinse thoroughly. Using bleach will shorten the life of your Zezo-Fiber cloths. … The Zap Cloth, Zap Mop Head, and Zap Big Bam Cloth all use the revolutionary Zezo-Fiber technology.”

      Hope this helps!

  2. Kathy

    These sound great! Can you tell me how you wash them in between uses? I could not find it on the web page. Thank you!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Kathy! You can machine wash them with laundry detergent OR hand wash with warm water and dish soap.

  3. Casey Meyers

    Little unsure how just water will clean.

    • Lora

      Right. I’m thinking these are more like polish/shine cloths. You would still have to use some type of cleaner for bathroom faucets and such.

  4. em

    Yes I was wondering the same. These are washable? Thank you.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yes! You can throw them in your washer with laundry detergent or hand wash with warm water and dish detergent.

  5. Karen

    I ordered mine, I’m going to give them a try…!!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yay! Hoping you love them too, Karen!

  6. Elizabeth

    I’m thinking this is probably like a Supercloth, but less expensive. May have to try it. I LOVE my Supercloth. It would be interesting to compare. I especially like having the kids use this instead of inhaling all those chemicals.

  7. Allison

    Does anyone have experience with how these compare to Norwex cleaning cloths? I haven’t used Windex in years since I first purchased Norwex but I also feel like they don’t work quite as well as they once did…. the price is certainly better on these!

    • Jodi P

      You should periodically boil your Norwex cloths, for about ten minutes. That opens up the microfibers and lets trapped gunk escape. Do this about every few months, more often if they get really gunky. Also, make sure when laundering them, you’re not using fabric softener, or bleach. Wash and dry with low-lint items…….in other words, don’t wash them with your regular towels, because the microfiber will attract and hold the towel lint in the washer and dryer. Wash them with regular clothes (but not delicates). It’s best to tumble dry them, because this helps build up static that makes Norwex great for dusting.

      If you have been using fabric softener on them, it can take several washes to get that out of the fiber (or any other clothes)

      • Bluebell

        Others wash their cleaning rags with their regular clothes or towels? I just wash all the rags/ bath rugs together. Or maybe it’s just me? 😜

        • Ana

          nope, it’s not just you 🙂

        • Lindsey

          I think these instructions are Norwex specific.

        • Juliee

          Bluebell: you are not alone! I would never wash cleaning rags with the rest of the regular laundry!!

  8. Elizabeth M

    Oh it’s like Norwex!

  9. Michelle

    Better than Norwex, guys! You don’t have to “wax on wax off”. 😂 It’s just one cloth, one wipe and done!

  10. Karen

    I have the wet it cloths for my kitchen countertops and things and they are fabulous, I got them off of GMA deals and steals one day and I’ve just recently bought another pack of them they are so wonderful, They are kind a like a shami that you would use on the your car they’re fabulous…!!! I’m sure these or something similar to them, and if so I’m sure I will love them…!! Thanks for the tip hipsters…!!✌️🤪

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome! How neat! SO glad you have been loving them, Karen! Thanks for sharing your experience with us!

  11. Astrid

    Are these comparable to the Norwex stuff?

  12. Charlotte

    Now I am seeing $10 for pack of 3. Did the price just go up?

    • Lisa

      I was just about to ask that.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks, Charlotte! I’m seeing that now as well. Just updated!

  13. Jessica

    This is what makes Hip2Save so amazing and so dangerous. I had no idea I needed these until today! Keep up the good work!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the sweet comment, Jessica! 💖 Hope you love these too!

  14. Karen

    Jessica, hahahahahahah I fell the SAME way…!!! Too funny…!!! I spend more on my Amazon credit card now than anything, LOL

  15. kzl

    Got the 10 pack for $19.80 before tax thru prime, not available to ship till end of month, but way better buy then 3 fo $9.99

  16. Blue

    These sound just like my wipe & glow cloths. I have one for dusting, one for windows & mirrors and one for chrome. Just wet, wring out and wipe. If you are still seeing streaks after wiping glass, you may need to rinse it out or wash it. They do get dirty. I just wash mine with my regular clothes. Nothing too linty. I’ve been using them for over 5 years and love them.

  17. Joanne

    I’m confused. In the review comments section – someone says the dimensions are approx. 14″x15″- in the actual description it says they are approx. 8″x8″. so which is it? are they large enough?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      When checking the details it appears they are 8 x 8.5 inches. Hope that helps!

  18. Lara

    I’ve been using something similar to these cloths for years. A friend from church gave me one to try and it is amazing. I usually cut it in half, one for upstairs, one for downstairs. Haven’t used windex in years. People have been asking me how I keep my windows so clean. Unfortunately I don’t have a name for my cloths, she sells them to me in a ziplock bag. I would give the ones from amazon a try.

  19. patricialavenz-goff

    I use newspaper like my oma taught me. Might give this a try as I have amazon cash from surveys to spend.

  20. Patch

    A group I belong to sold these as a fundraiser. Everyone loved them and we sold tons!

  21. Nana Donna 2 6

    About 6 years ago I was tempted to purchase the Norwex cloths, but I just couldn’t bring myself to paying the cost of them plus tax plus shipping. So I googled for something comparable and found e-cloth. They are very similar to Norwex cloths but at a fraction of the cost. I love them! I might try these, however, for comparison. If H2S team recommends them, then they’ve got to be good!

  22. Patch

    FYI, not to be put in the dryer!

  23. JD

    As another stated just use newspapers for a streak free clean. No need for windex either—white vinegar and water spray works great. Don’t throw away white cotton undershirts. Cut in squares and use for cleaning rags. Cheap and no lint left behind. Save your old dryer sheets to use for dusting your window sills and grabbing pet hair from your clothes.

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