seem to be everywhere these days. Have you made the switch
yet? This advancement in cleaning technology now makes regular
headlines in trade magazines.
cloths are made by splitting polyester fibers into millions of
microfibers, each 100 times thinner than a human hair.These miniscule
interwoven fibers provide greater surface contact and absorbency
than normal cloths, eliminating the need for a cleaning chemical
in most situations.
are the Benefits?
the need for cleaning chemicals
dirt and removes it, rather than moving it around on a surface
streaking due to the higher absorbency
time spent cleaning a surface
- Can be
laundered and reused over and over again - lasts much longer
than traditional cotton cloths
does it work?
individual fibers are so tiny, more fibers are necessary to weave
a sturdy cloth. Therefore, the surface area being cleaned is increased
because the space between fibers is much smaller.
microfiber cloths also generate static electricity, which attracts
surfaces can microfiber cloths be used on?
They can be
used on almost any hard surface. A big plus is that they can be
used on delicate surfaces such as chrome and glass, without damaging
Microfibers are easy to maintain. Just rinse them out with a small
amount is dishwashing liquid, or clean them in the washing machine
and tumble or air dry.
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