I have used Dairy Queen Small Sundae containers for very successfully cloning Malawi.
Fill the bottom of it with non-fertilized soil mix. Fertilized will burn the roots.
Make sure the soil is moist, not wet, just moist.
Take your cutting, dip in rootone.
Gently place her in a pencil sized hole. Pack her in lightly around the stem.
Place the clear top onto the bottom taking care to push all the leaves inside.
I grow mine under 24 hours of Shoplight LED's. The temperature is kept at 80 degrees. Check for visible roots after 7 days and keep checking until you see a few. I give them a day or two more to develop in their environment. When they begin to grow I remove the top and water carefully because there is no drainage. A couple days more and they will be ready for a bigger pot.
Set and forget.