Maker’s Clean Microfiber Cloths Review

Maker's Clean microfiber cloth

Maker’s Clean is a brand that sells cleaning towels and cloths. They are popular for their microfiber cloth towels. Compared to other types of cleaning cloths, microfiber cloths give better cleaning results, require less time cleaning, and make the whole process of cleaning easier!

Let’s take a look at some of their bestselling cleaning cloths!

Waffle Weave Cloth

This is one of the most popular cleaning cloths from Maker’s Clean. The Waffle Weave Cloth comes with ultra-absorbent cleaning properties and is perfect for drying dishes and even your hands! In addition, these cloths are soft to touch and make cleaning a whole lot easier.

Oh, and the waffle-weave cloth can also be used as a hair turban to dry out your hair!


Dries out the surface or object pretty quick.

Ultra-absorbent features ensure faster drying.

Medium thickness and easy to use.


Extra Large Cloth at 24”x36”


Slate, Glacier

General Purpose Cloth

The General Purpose Cloth from Maker’s Clean is a great option for your daily cleaning activities. The cloth is thick and absorbent, fluffy, and soft to the touch, making it perfect for dusting and cleaning objects in your entire home.

Suggested uses:

Cleaning cabinets, counters, sinks, appliances, and dusting. 




Sapphire, Orchid, Charcoal

Double-Sided Utility Cloth

This unique cloth can be used on both of its sides. The first side is ultra-plush and easily absorbs moisture. It can be used to remove extreme spills, clean the car after a good wash, or buff surfaces to a polished finish. The second side has a general-purpose medium pile finish. It is perfect to dust or clean your car dashboard!

Double-sided features:

Ultra-plush terry and general-purpose.




Mango, Charcoal

Glass and Electronics Cloth

Featuring a flat-weave finish, these cloths are the ideal choice for cleaning delicate surfaces like glass, electronics, and mirrors. Additionally, a Glass and Electronics Cloth can also be used for cleaning the car’s windshields and mirrors!


Flat-weave finish for cleaning delicate surfaces.

Cleans surfaces without leaving scratching or streaking marks.




Matcha, Charcoal

Maker’s Mini

These mini general purpose cleaning cloths are soft to touch and easily clean surfaces. You can use the mini cloths for emergency cleaning or even carry them in your purse. The Maker’s Mini cloths come in a pack of 5!


Soft and fluffy to touch.

Easily cleans surfaces.




Sapphire, Orchid, Sky

Well, these are some of their popular microfiber cloths that make the whole process of cleaning easier for you. Now, let’s take a look at some frequently asked questions about Maker’s Clean and their star microfiber cloths.

1. Do the Maker’s Clean Microfiber Cloth need to be washed separately?

Yes, it is recommended that you wash the microfiber cloths separately from the rest of your clothes. The reason behind washing them separately is that lint, cotton, or other such tiny particles from other clothes can get lodged in the microfiber cloths.

However, if it is not possible for you to wash them separately, you can wash them with the rest of your clothes. But make sure you do not make this a habit and do it only in emergencies!

2. Should the Maker’s Clean Microfiber Cloth be washed in hot water or cold water?

To wash your Maker’s Clean Microfiber Cloth, you can use cold water with a small amount of laundry detergent. 

If you wash your microfiber towel frequently in hot water, it can damage it in the long run. Once in a while washing the cloth in hot water is okay though. But repeatedly washing it in hot water can affect the cloth’s efficacy.

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3. Can Maker’s Clean Microfiber Cloth be used to clean grease and oil in the kitchen?

The brand does not recommend using a microfiber cloth to clean substances like kitchen grease and oil. It can compromise the quality and integrity of the cloth. However, mild grease or oil substances can indeed be cleaned with a microfiber cloth.

4. Can Maker’s Clean Microfiber Cloth be used with cleaning agents that contain essential oils?

Yes, it is absolutely alright to use a microfiber cloth with cleaning agents that contain essential oils. However, make sure that you dilute the cleaning agent in water to prevent microfiber from getting damaged.

5. Can oil-based furniture polish or spray be used with Maker’s Clean Microfiber Cloth?

Yes, you can use oil-based furniture polishes or sprays with microfiber cloths. However, if possible, refrain from doing so repeatedly. This is because the waxy material in these sprays can clog the fibers of the cloth. This can damage the microfiber and you may not get efficient results in the future. 

6. What can one do if the Maker’s Clean Microfiber Cloth starts to smell bad when it gets wet while washing?

Before washing the cloth, soak it in a mixture of vinegar/water solution (50/50) overnight. This will prevent the microfiber from smelling badly. Once soaked overnight, you can then launder it as recommended. After you wash it thoroughly, rinse and dry it well.

7. Does one need to wash the Maker’s Clean Microfiber Cloth before using it for the first time?

Yes, the brand recommends that you wash your Maker’s Clean Microfiber Cloth before using it for the first time. Make it a point to wash the microfiber cloth if you get one in deeper colors such as red, purple, or blue as these colors may bleed from the cloth on the first wash.

8. Where are the Maker’s Clean Microfiber Cloth and other products manufactured?

All Maker’s Clean products are manufactured in China.

9. How long does it take for Maker’s Clean products to deliver?

The exact delivery time varies depending on your location, among many other things. For instance, orders within the United State and Canada take up to five to seven business days to deliver. On the other hand, International Orders may take up to 10 to 15 days. However, even this estimate may vary depending on your exact location.

10. Does Maker’s Clean accept orders over the phone?

As of now, Maker’s Clean orders are accepted through their official website. 


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