-it can be machine washed at up to 90C, chemical resistant, soft
-one of the most popular microfiber cleaning cloth from Concept
Black Microfiber Cloth 300 GSM 40 cm x 40 cm
Microfibre is a powerful cleaning material. This is mainly attributed to the large surface area that's provided by the numerous tiny fibres. How thin are microfibres? A single microfibre can be 40 times smaller than cotton fibre. On average, they range about 3-5 microns, which is 10-15 times thinner than the width of human hair. For perspective, pollen grains clock in at 5-10 microns in diameter, and red blood cells range between 10 and 30 microns. With sizes at the same range as bacteria, (1-5 microns), and woven so closely together, they enable the cloth to provide superior cleaning action. What’s more, microfibre cleaning cloths have the fibres being split and forming asterisk structures, with the deep crevices further increasing the surface area. When the cloth gets into contact with water, different physical forces kick in- these are the likes of surface tension, Van der Waal’s force and capillary effects, that suck up the water and dirt particles into the fibres. Speaking of which, the Van der Waals forces are what enable geckos to walk on ceilings, where millions of tiny hairs on their feet allow them to stick on the surface and defy gravity. The same effect is seen on the microfibre cloths. There is a tiny amount of Van der Waals force generated between a single microfiber and one dirt particle. However, since there are millions of microfibres on each cloth, the "sticking effect" is magnified, allowing the cloths to be more thorough with the cleaning compared to traditional fabrics. Even dry cloths are able to pick up the particles from the surface, with the positive electrostatic charge that has built up, attracting the negatively-charged dust particles. Microfibres will lift up particles that are even too small for the eyes to see- which includes the germs that are crawling around on the surfaces.
When purchasing microfibre cloths for your cleaning needs, you want to go with quality units. Products that deliver on their mandate, making the cleaning task a breeze. Units that can last for long, since the surfaces will need to be wiped frequently. Here is what the Black Microfiber Cloth 300 GSM 40 cm x 40 gives you:
Microfibre cloths are not limited to dusting tables and wiping the spills on kitchen countertops. You can use a damp cloth to clean up the smudges and smears that are on stainless steel surfaces, and then follow through with a dry cloth to buff the surface, leaving it shiny. The grime that is on the cabinet doors can be easily cleaned off, plus the chrome fixtures that are in the bathroom. Whether you’re looking to maintain the elegance of your marble countertops, or get rid of the fingerprint smudges on the windows and mirrors, the Black Microfiber Cloth 300 GSM 40 cm x 40 will be up to the task. The cloths will enable you to keep your shower and tub cleaner as well. Just about any surface can be worked on with these cloths. When it comes to those that have heavy build-ups of grime, simply dampen the cloth, or use it together with the cleaning product that is intended for that particular type of surface.
The Black Microfiber Cloth 300 GSM 40 cm x 40 material is composed of super-fine microfibres. These come with an asterisk-like structure. Coupled with the tiny size of the microfibres, and their numerous numbers, it provides a large surface area and makes the material highly absorbent. It holds liquids, dust, grease, and even bacteria, making it a highly effective cleaning tool.
Saving your money
With the Black Microfiber Cloth 300 GSM 40 cm x 40, you get to make savings in different ways. For starters, the cloths reduce the amount of cleaning products that are required in the process. A simple dry or damp cloth will get through the numerous cleaning tasks, be it dusting windows, cleaning the mirrors and polishing the sink faucets. Even for those tasks where you choose to use a cleaning product- like when you’re working on the natural stone countertops or the bathroom surfaces, the absorbent nature of the microfibre means that you get to clean a larger area with a fraction of the product that you would have used when working with cloths of other fabric materials. You won’t need to use paper towels, or keep purchasing disposable wipes. With the microfibre soaking up the liquid spills like a sponge, then simply squeezing it dry and it'll be ready for the next round of wiping- this makes it highly efficient. These units are also durable, being machine-washed over 400 times, enabling each unit that you purchased to serve for multiple cleaning sessions. This dramatically reduces the costs that go into getting supplies for the routine cleaning jobs in the home or business premises. This, in addition to the affordable pricing of the Black Microfiber Cloth 300 GSM 40 cm x 40, reduces the strain on the cleaning and maintenance budget in your establishment.
Reducing the reliance on conventional cleaning chemicals also makes this an eco-friendly mode of cleaning. What’s, more, the microfibre cloths are safe for the user. Since the nature of the product enables it to clean away the colonies of germs that are on the surface, you also get to improve the health standards of the establishment.
Maintaining Your Black Microfiber Cloth 300 GSM 40 cm x 40
For the microfibre cloths to continue cleaning effectively, they need to be clean themselves. After each usage, give the cloths a thorough rinse. This shakes out the dirt and grime that had been trapped within the material, keeping them from hardening with the cloth and gumming up its fibres. Regularly wash the cloths using warm or hot water- not scalding hot though, since the extreme heat will damage the nylon component of the material. The upper limit is 60°C. The frequency of the washing depends on how much you use the microfibre cloths. You can use a mild detergent for the washing. However, never wash the cloths with fabrics softener, or use bleach on the material. For the drying, it’s recommended that you air-dry the units, though you can also choose to tumble dry on a low heat setting.