J-Cloth

J-Cloth

n
trademark a light, absorbent, reusable cloth used for wiping household surfaces
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Put the grated flesh of each into some muslin or a brand-new J-cloth (or a tea towel if you don't mind it getting stained) and squeeze out as much water as possible.
What I do is wipe them with a damp piece of kitchen paper or a J-Cloth.
He continued on with the domestic theme adding: "I congratulate you and your colleagues George Osborne the dustpan, Michael Gove the J-cloth, William Hague the sponge.
And, for those seeking greener solutions, Chicopee's J-Cloth 3000 is setting a new standard in industrial cleaning.
Chicopee's J-Cloth 3000, the green cleaning solution, received the Innovation Trophy for best product during the recent Europropre exhibition in Paris, France.
The mix is then wrapped inside a piece of muslin cloth or a clean, fine J-cloth and tied up, placed in a strainer or colinder and left to drip through into a container placed underneath.
Tip the tubs of ricotta into a sieve lined with a clean j-cloth or muslin and leave to drain over night.
When I see her in a mince-splattered overall and J-cloth hat, I might actually believe she's set a deformed foot in a kitchen.
He was cutting slices from one to go with his soup when he discovered the J-Cloth.
We witnessed a cleaner coming into the room with a pink J-cloth, which she used to wipe faeces off the bed frame.
And after a lot of shenanigans, he found her J-cloth.
The problem is you can't just wipe away the past like sweeping up crumbs from a kitchen worktop with a J-cloth, not that Victoria will be doing any of that in La La Land (she is looking for a Spanish-speaking housekeeper who can keep the boys up on their Spanish.