Thirst Pockets Multi-Cloth


Mum’s Arcade tried a brand new product from Thirst Pockets – the Thirst Pockets Multi Cloth. It’s no surprise that this innovative little household helper is having an identity crisis – because it looks like a kitchen towel and performs like a cloth.

If, like us, your cupboards are overflowing with cloths and sponges – there’s the kitchen surface dishcloth, the washing up sponge and dozens of dusters – then you’ll be pleased to hear about the range of jobs that this new cloth can cover. The Thirst Pockets Multi Cloth will polish furniture, clean mud off the car, scrub the hobs, shine the windows and can wipe up spills.

Imagine how much simpler life will be with a single cloth to meet all your cleaning needs. Its concentrated fibres ensure a cloth-like feel so it doesn’t leave any nasty streaks across shiny surfaces – making it the perfect cleaning partner for your spring clean and beyond.

Versatile Thirst Pockets Multi Cloth can do it all, tackling any job – big or small – from wiping small spills, to cleaning your bathroom and polishing furniture and glass. It’s tough and durable, so much so that in tests it has proved to be the strongest kitchen towel on the market.

Multi Cloth is a hygienic cleaning solution – it performs like a cloth, but because it is disposable it removes the need to have dirty cloths hanging around the home.

The superior quality of Multi Cloth also means it is cost effective, because, compared to normal kitchen towels you have to use less to do more.

Various members of the Mum’s Arcade family tried the multi-cloth and were amazed at its power to absorb that much more liquid and yuck than your average kitchen towel.  It was so handy to have multi-cloths at the ready for kitchen cleaning and all those little disasters that occur in a house filled with chidren and pets.

Thirst Pockets Multi Cloth have just launched and are available now MRRSP £2.39 from Tesco, Sainsburys, Morrisons and Asda.


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