Features

1. Supreme Cleanliness

    Microfiber requires only water to clean the cloth after every use. Microfiber cloth remains cleaner than conventional cleaning cloths even after hundreds of uses. They are so small that they remove most bacteria on the surfaces cleaned as well. This unique characteristic has made microfiber a standard for cleaning many hygienically sensitive areas, such as kitchens, bathrooms, hospital wards, etc.

2. Easy to Clean

    When microfiber cloth is dirty, you simply wash it in hot water to remove the accumulated residue. For best results, let the cloth sit in boiling water for 2-3 minutes and hand wash in a mild non-phosphate detergent (ie. Sunlight) and never tumble dry or iron. That's it!

3. Incredible tear resistance - unbelievable longevity

    Even after 2000 test applications in our ISO certified laboratory no damage could be detected in this complex microfiber structure. This process, the high tech polyester/nylon mix used for the microfiber, is much more tear resistant than any natural fiber. They are totally lint free.

4. Extreme wicking capacity and oil absorbency.

    Because of the high density and ultra fine weave structure microfiber absorbs water through active capillaries which therefore guarantees an exceptional wicking and absorbency capacity for moisture. The microfiber also has an outstanding oil affinity.

 

Method

Unit

Material

Before Wash

After Wash

Water Absorbency Rate (Drop Method)

sec.

Microfiber

Other Cloth

1.9

14.2

0.9

0.9

Wick According (According to Billeck Method 10 min)

mm

Microfiber

Other Cloth

118

41

101

67


Exceptional resistance to chemicals in many applications.

Organic Chemicals

Methanol

o

Formic Acid

x

Ethanol

o

Ice Vinegar

x

Isopropal Alcohol

o

Dimethyl Formamide

x

Benzol

o

Phenol

x

Toluol

o

Metha-cresol

x

Xylole

o

Orthochlorophenol

x

Aceton

o

Nitrobenzol

x

Perchlorethylen

o

1% Acidic Vinegar

o

Trichlorethylenl

o

 

 

o= Stable   x = Not Stable

     Used wet or dry microfibers, woven from threads that are 1/100th the size of human hair, lift dust, dirt, and grease from surfaces leaving them streak and scratch free. The dust and direct particles are bonded to the microfiber cloth and are not released until the cloth is washed in hot water; thus the dust and direct are not transferred from surface to surface while cleaning.

     Along with dirt and dust, it will pick up bacteria from surfaces being cleaned. Tests by food inspectors show a radical reduction of bacteria when it is used on meat counters, etc. Laboratory tests show that bacteria does NOT grow or multiply in microfiber. However, microfiber cannot kill bacteria such as e-coli, salmonella, staph, etc. Therefore, when microfiober clothhas been used to clean hygiene sensitive areas the cloth should be put in boiling water for two to three minutes to effectively kill any bacteria.

    Many of our customers use a separate cloth for cleaning each of the hygiene sensitive areas of the house such as the bathroom, kitchen, floors, and windows.