Thursday 2nd November 2017
Microfiber traps and absorbs even the finest particle of dirt leaving a clean surface, without smearing and scratches unlike conventional cleaning products.
For best results it is recommended to machine wash at 90c But before putting your cloths in the washing machine rinse thoroughly with cold water, this will remove all excess detergent. If you was using chlorinated products pay particular attention to removing all traces. It does not matter whether you use bio or non bio washing powder, but bio washing powder gives better results. Never use Bleach or Fabric Softeners tin your wash these destroy your Microfiber Cloth.
Well this is a tough one Microfiber is made from polyester and polyamide fabric strands that are 100 times finer than human hair. This is what makes them so good at lifting dirt, grease and dust without the need for aggressive cleaning chemicals. This can be a strong argument for green credentials.
Only Microfiber cloths with static dissipative fibers woven into the towel.
Yes! Even though Microfiber cloths are not a disinfectant, they are extremely effective at removing germs and bacteria from your home or business. You will need water and a good quality Microfiber Cloth to clean and disinfect effectively. No aggressive ready to use or chemical cleaning solutions are necessary. The unique weave of the fabric is what makes microfiber cloths so effective at cleaning and disinfecting.
Microfiber Cloths differ from traditional cleaning cloths by the fact that they have a much larger volume of surface per sq meter. This enables them to be significantly more absorbent than similar cleaning cloths. I would recommend buying the heaviest cloth you can buy i.e. 300gsm as opposed to 200gsm.
The abbreviation GSM stands for grams per square meter (g/m2). It is a measurement of density expressed as GSM. It does not mean a cloth of 40cm x 40cm with a measurement of 500gsm will have a weight of 500gms. But if you had a Microfiber cloth with a measurement of 1 meter square that would weigh 500gms. So with this in mind remember when comparing prices compare size as well. So the higher the GSM the more material your Microfiber has. This generally means the fabric is thicker and as there is more of it you have better absorption and cleaning power.