WHAT IS MICROFIBER?
Microfiber is a synthetic fiber, usually produced using polyester, polyamide, or a combination of the two. Fibers are measured in denier, which is a reference to their
linear mass. Sound awesome? We didn’t think so. The easiest way to think of microfiber is that they’re finer than a strand of silk, which is 1/5 the diameter of a human
hair. So in other words, it’s pretty small.
WHAT IS THE APPEAL OF MICROFIBER?
Because producers of microfiber have control over the final product, they can use various techniques to achieve fibers that are soft, tough, absorbent, water repellent,
or more – the applications are broad. We’ll stick to our favorite use: cleaning!
To achieve great cleaning results, microfibers are split during production. If you looked at a cross-section of the fiber it would look like an asterisk whereas a cotton
fiber would just look like a circle. Those grooves allow the cloth to trap dirt and absorb liquid as well. An additional benefit of microfiber compared to cotton is the
absence of lint. If you’re cleaning glass or any highly reflective surface like granite, stainless steel, or the surface of a car you’ll want to use microfiber.
Most products won’t mention whether or not the fibers are split, but you can easily test with a few drops of water. Put the water on any hard surface and try to push it with your microfiber cloth. If the water is absorbed then you’re dealing with split fibers. If the cloth pushes the water around then the fibers are whole, and your cloth is not meant to be absorbent.
1. No scratches for the scrubbing surface ;
2. Warp knitting;
3. Super absorbent: water absorption is 6 times of normal towels; 2-3 times of Chamois.
4. Super clean power: Microfiber cloth has superior electrostatic attracting capacity, cleaning out the dust from most small corner, specaily suitable for cleaning car interiors, dashboards, upholstery and so on.