Chore Boy® 10811435002173 Golden Fleece Abrasive Scouring Cloth, 2-Pack
When it comes to multi surface cleaning options, Chore Boy® Golden Fleece Scrubbing Cloths are the perfect solution. This scrubbing cloth is made of non-metallic terry cloth that contains extra scrubbing grit for a range of cleaning levels. You can feel confident that Chore Boy® Golden Fleece can handle big kitchen jobs such as cast iron, oven racks, and cutting boards. The uses for this scrubbing cloth don’t end in the kitchen. You can use Golden Fleece for various household and gardening tools, painting supplies, and golf clubs.
- Golden Fleece
- Non-metallic terry cloth
- Specially treated with extra scrubbing grit for a variety of cleaning tasks throughout the home
- Scouring cloth is as flexible as a dishcloth
- Great for variety of kitchen jobs and other household & garden tools, painting supplies, even golf clubs
- Recommended for brushed stainless steel, cutting boards, oven racks, cooking utensils, pots and pans, trash containers, cast iron, and golf clubs
- 2 pack.
Is Golden Fleece Scrubbing Cloths all natural?
- No, the terry cloth is treated chemically to produce Golden Fleece.
What is the Chore Boy Golden Fleece Scrubbing Cloth treated with?
- The Golden Fleece scrubbing cloth is a terry cloth that has been treated with special materials such as surfactant, abrasives, binder (to make them stick to the cloth), and colorant.
Can I use Golden Fleece Scrubbing Cloths to scrub my vegetables?
What is Golden Fleece Scrubbing Cloth recommended for?
- Brushed stainless steel, cutting boards, oven racks, cooking utensils, pots and pans, trash containers, cast iron, and golf clubs.
Can I put my Chore Boy Golden Fleece scrubbing cloth in the microwave to sanitize it?
- This product has not been tested in this manner.
Will the Chore Boy Golden Fleece scrubbers pose health concerns to my family?
- They are treated with an abrasive, some binder, and a colorant; and they will not present any health hazards to the family.
Are Golden Fleece Scrubbing Cloths toxic?