Thursday, 13 November 2014 00:42

Review: OMG, Mobile Cloth actually works amazingly! Featured


Last week I wrote an article about the amazing screen cleaner Mobile Cloth becoming available in Australia through PCRange, and after receiving a review sample in the mail and trying it on smudge-laden screens I own - WOW, it really works!

When companies make amazing claims about products, backed up by videos showing that it works, the sceptic in us all still wants to see what it is like when we use it ourselves, or at least what other people have to say about it before then.

You can see my original article on Mobile Cloth here, which I humourously dubbed the ‘Jesus Cloth’ in homage to the iPhone originally being called the ‘Jesus Phone’ for being so incredibly amazing.

Incredibly, the political correctness trolling brigade made no comments under that article (and are always welcome to troll away if they wish as we welcome all comments), but it has to be said, Mobile Cloth is one heck of a saintly piece of heaven sent cleaning cloth!

As my previous article explains, Mobile Cloth’s makers say it is ’made from a ‘unique, high tech split micro material that removes up to 98% of bacteria with no chemicals’, and is ‘woven into a special pattern’ which the company calls ‘nubs’.’

On several fingerprint strewn screens on various tablets, smartphones and both touch and non-touch laptop screens, I tried out Mobile Cloth - and bam, the fingerprints were gone, leaving my screens incredibly shiny once more. I have never seen a cleaning cloth work so well, especially without water or chemicals.

As the previous article explains, the cloths come in two special bundles.

One has a 9-inch by 9-inch cloth dubbed the ‘Classic Cloth’ to clean larger screens and a separate 4-inch by 4-inch ‘Nano Cloth’ for smaller screens or camera lenses for $10.99.

UPDATE: Shipping for the $10.99 2-pack above is just $2 for Australia Post 2-5 days postage. Express shipping costs $11.

The second pack has 5 Nano Cloths, each with a different colour trim in a new 2014 design for $17.95. 

Shipping for the 5 pack by Australia Post, 2 to 5 days costs $7.50, while Express Shipping, 1 to 2 days, costs $11.

The company also notes that Mobile Cloth ‘is durable and washable and will last for years if the care instructions are followed.’

These prices are very affordable, with the cloth something all tablet, smartphone, laptop, lens and display owners should have to finally keep screens clean once and for all.

With the cleaning power of Mobile Cloth and the price, this is easily a five-star product that I am very happy to say is absolutely worth the money.

You can buy Mobile Cloth at the Mobile Cloth site here. iTWire has no affiliate or any other deals with Mobile Cloth - this is a standard, genuine review of what I've discovered is a product that happily and thankfully works as advertised. 

Below is the company’s video showing how it works. What they show is exactly what I experienced!

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