The Benefits of Microfiber

When microfiber was invented, cleaning became easier and more thorough. Microfiber towels are manufactured using technology that makes them more hygienic and clean faster without harmful cleaning products. However, not all microfiber is the same. The best ones have split microfibers that make them the best choice for large, commercial applications as well as in the home. They attract more dust, dirt and liquid and hold them than traditional cleaning cloths such as cotton, disposable towels and poor quality microfiber. These high-quality microfiber cloths continue to be efficient even when they are washed more than 500 times.

Microfiber Towel

Split Fiber

Microfiber cleaning cloths are made with a blend of polyester and a polyamide or other nylon fiber. When the end of each fiber is split, these towels are very absorbent, unlike some microfiber that is created to repel moisture. Not only is the fiber soft and absorbent, it is extremely resilient. The dirt and dust is trapped in the fiber and not let go until the towel is washed.

Some Benefits of Cleaning With Microfiber

  • The dirt and dust is locked into the cloth until it is washed
  • Split microfiber is highly absorbent
  • Microfiber doesn’t leave lint behind
  • It is suitable for delicate surfaces
  • It dries quickly
  • It doesn’t shrink, wrinkle or stretch
  • It can be used on a wide variety of surfaces including glass, car wheels and door jams

Microfiber Care

After using a microfiber cloth, it is important to clean it immediately, so the dirt doesn’t stain the towel. Towels for delicate surfaces should be cleaned separately from other towels. After cleaning, they should not be put on a dirty surface.

Microfiber cloths should not be washed in a load with other clothing. Bleach should not be used because it damages the towel and ruins the fiber, and fabric softener should not be used because it clogs the pores of the towel. When selecting a detergent to wash you microfiber, make sure it is not a detergent/softener combination. In the final rinse, you can add one half cup of distilled white vinegar to remove any detergent residue because vinegar is a natural fabric softener.

Whether you require thick towels for cleaning and dusting or thin, smooth towels for polishing, you’ll find a microfiber cloth to suit your purposes. The first thing you’ll notice when cleaning for the first time is the ease with which the dirt and dust disappears.

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