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How Do Microfiber Cloths Work?

Mar. 04, 2021

What Is A Microfiber Cloth?

If you use microfiber cloths for cleaning, you've surely noticed that they're a vast improvement over old rags or even paper towels. But what exactly is a microfiber cloth? And have you ever wondered how they work or what they're made of? Get ready to find out.

What Are Microfiber Cloths Made Of?

As the name suggests, microfiber cloths are made from very small fibers. If you're trying to get a sense of scale, microfibers are smaller than a strand of silk. They make the fibers in cotton cleaning cloths seem downright bulky and cloddish.

Now, take a glance at the label of the microfiber cloths you use for cleaning. Oftentimes they're made of a blend of polyester and polyamide or nylon. In short, this means the cloths are made of plastic. The polyester and polyamide are combined in such a way that the fibers are split. In addition to creating more fiber surfaces with which to clean, this makes the cloths very porous. When you use microfiber cloths for cleaning, you benefit from both of these factors.

How Do Microfiber Cloths Work?

Because of the makeup of the microfibers, using microfiber cloths for cleaning can make housekeeping both easier and more effective.

Cloths not made from microfiber tend to push dirt and gunk around on surfaces, so cleaning can be a real bear. The beauty of microfiber cloths is that the split fibers they're made up create more surfaces that can hook onto dirt, dust and even bacteria. Many viruses are a bit too small to be scooped up by microfibers, but still — a cloth with fibers so small it can snag bacteria is pretty impressive, right? Because of this, you can use microfiber cloths for cleaning many surfaces with nothing more than water.

Cotton Microfiber Striped Towel

Some consumers are loyal to using cotton towels in their daily lives, because they are used to the feeling of wiping body with cotton towels, but the price of cotton towels that absorb water without shedding is more expensive. In order to solve this problem, we have developed cotton and microfiber towels, which not only retain the cotton feel but also enhance water absorption performance of towels.

 

Have you ever wiped down your kitchen counter with a cotton cloth and then had to go back over it with a paper towel to get rid of the moisture and left-behind debris? Well, microfiber can be used dry, so you eliminate the need for that second round of swiping. As if that wasn't exciting enough, polyester and fats play well together, which means microfiber is great for lifting grease and oil off surfaces without the aid of strong chemical cleaning agents.

 

In addition, the porous nature of microfiber cloths means that they're very absorbent and dry quickly. (if you've ever stepped on a microfiber bathmat after showering, you have firsthand experience to how fast-drying this material is.) Therefore, even if you do dampen the cloths for cleaning stubborn smudges, they'll barely leave a trace of liquid behind.

Cotton microfiber striped towel is one towel made of cotton yarn and microfiber yarn which is developed by our company alone.

The composition of the towel contains more than 35% cotton. There are three types of products in this series. Cotton microfiber striped towel is one of them.

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