Saw this on a website:
Microfiber is an unsurpassed cleaning material Made of a revolutionary yarn that consists of microscopic, wedge-shaped polyester filaments, and a polyamide (nylon) core. These unique wedgeshaped filaments lift, and trap, dust particles, grease, waxes, and oily residues - meaning you only need to use with water to clean virtually any surface. This eliminates the need for cleaners and detergents. Just dampen the cloth to clean, or use dry to dust and polish. The polyamide (nylon) core of the fibers creates a "capillary action" that causes it to absorb quickly, and efficiently.
Now, has anybody tried cleaning with a microfiber towel and plain old water? I'd like to know how it worked, if you have.