Posted by Wilton Technology on 28 November 2016

How they work:

Microfibre is made from a mixture of polyester and polyamide and is treated causing each fibre to split to a thickness of 1/100 of a human hair. This gives the fibre more than 40 times the surface area of a normal fibre.

These split fibres have many pin holes and cut edges that allow it to absorbe liquid, remove and hold dirt and grease until it is machine washed.

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It's best to fold the microfibre into four giving a cloth which will have 8 clean sides for use. When each side is dirty, simply fold it over to give a new cleaning surface.

This will help to prevent the spread of bacteria and soil on the surface to be cleaned.

Microfibre Cloths can be used wet or dry and may be laundered up to 300 times.

We found the best way to clean windows or mirrors is to apply Glassfix on the surface, wet a microfibre cloth, wring it out until it's damp, clean the window and then dry with a glass microfibre shining cloth.

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