Other than that, I don't have any particular tools - certainly not any of the disposable kinds. For those that use the disposable sanitary wipes - please look at the ingredients and make sure they're not antibacterial or anything, which is horrible for the environment (adds antibacterial chemicals to the water, etc. which kills important bacteria and helps promote bacteria-resistant germs.)
I use a broom and dustpan for my floors, I use towels under an old sponge mop to clean the floors with vinegar and water, and I use orange cleaner for countertops and bathroom. I also am a big fan of non-chlorine bleach, which I use to disinfect in the bathroom, sponges, toilet, grout, and for stains on laundry (or keeping whites white.)
If I'm not using a microfiber cloth to clean, I'm probably using a cloth napkin or rag, which I throw right into the washing machine. If I'm not doing laundry soon, I put a little non-chlorine bleach on it, then rinse and hang dry.
ETA: My biggest cleaning "tool" is Ecover's natural stain remover (like Shout) which gets out blood, oil, etc. like nobody's business without petroleum-based cleansers, phosphorous, or animal testing/products.