I really don't like streaks but I don't like using chemicals either.
The makers of the Nature's Kloth claim one of their cloths will clean streak-free and will take the place of 15 rolls of paper towels.
That sounds a little hard to believe. So let me try it before you buy it.
The pack costs $10 and comes with five kloths.
To use it you just wet the kloth, squeeze out the excess water and you're ready to clean.
I tried it out on several surfaces, including glass doors, mirrors, granite counter tops, tile floors, stainless steel surfaces and even spills.
I poured a half a cup of water on the floor and it took five paper towels to dry the spill.
I wiped the spill with the kloth, wrung it out and wiped again and the floor was dry.
As for the surfaces, again I just wet the kloth and started cleaning.
The mirrors came out streak-free; same with the glass and counters.
What I really liked about it is that it doesn't seem to get germy and smelly like my microfiber cloths do.
And when I was done with the kloths I just threw it in the dishwasher with a regular load and it was good to go.
You can also wash it in the dishwasher.
Again, a five pack is just $10.
15 rolls of paper towels will cost you about 15 bucks.
I'd say I have a winner. The Nature's Kloth is easy, biodegradable and it actually works.
I can't say that it will completely replace my paper towels, but I will definitely use less of them.
I give the Nature's Kloth a thumbs up.
What do you use to clean without chemicals? Let me know on my Facebook page.