I’m blogging from the passenger seat of our F-350 Dually on the way home from the coast so I’ll make this a quick post.
I was cutting pieces this weekend for Dexter the Dragon out of some glorious cuddle minky I got from ShinyHappyWorld.com. You know that stuff sheds like CRAZY! (Image courtesy of wearesewhappy.com.) No, Dexter isn’t pink, I just didn’t take any pics for this post. 😊
Of course I got it everywhere. I’ve recently jumped on the microfiber cloth bandwagon and if you haven’t yet, you definitely need to get on this ride! The trick to making these cloths work at their best is to use them when they are damp…not totally wet and they don’t work at all when they’re dry.
I used the microfiber cloth that is designed for screens on tablets or televisions, (it has a very smooth surface), because I figured that the ones that have the little loops on them like a washcloth would make the minky fiber embed in the loops. I got the cloth damp and then proceeded to wipe around and collect every bit of the minky that had shed all over my cutting mat, the table, and the floor. The shreds stuck to it like glue. Then I took it outside, gave it one shake and viola’! It was perfectly clean and all the minky was gone!
I love the other types of microfiber cloths for every other type of cleaning too but for minky the smooth one is the way to go.