Microfiber Towel Questions and Answers

Microfiber Towels: 35+ Answers to Your Questions

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We combed through the web archives to deliver the freshest answers to your most popular questions about Microfiber towels.

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John Ross, President and CEO, Mission Linen Supply 

John Ross is the president and CEO of Mission Linen Supply, a single-source provider of rental and direct-sale uniforms, linens, and other essentials for industrial businesses, laboratories, health care and hospitality organizations, and beyond. With more than 20 years of experience in uniform program implementation and workplace health and safety, John’s expertise and leadership help ensure the success of each uniform program Mission develops.

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 Ok time to dive in and become microfiber savvy!

The History of Microfiber
Microfiber — is a textile crafted from ultra-fine artificial yarns, namely polyester and nylon. It's very, very thin fibers are half the diameter of a fine silk fiber, one-third the diameter of cotton, one-quarter the diameter of fine wool, and one hundred times finer than human hair. In order to be classified as a microfiber, the fiber must be less than 1 dtex in width. ➝ learn more about microfiber
Microfiber - Design Qualities
Microfiber of good quality is exceptionally soft due to the finely woven materials that make up the blog post microfiber cleaning laptop 1composition of the fabric. Microfiber fabrics are generally lightweight, resist wrinkling, have a luxurious drape on the body, retain shape, and resist pilling. They are also relatively strong and durable in relation to other fabrics of similar weight, and they are more breathable and more comfortable to wear.
Benefits + Economics of Microfiber

Due to the special and more advanced features that microfiber has such as the high dimensional stability, less pilling, excellent softness, and drape provide essential advantages that make them durable. Their structure makes them long lasting, and if well cared for can maintain its integrity over 30 washes before the need to replace. When compared to other toweling materials, they are the more economical towel. 

How to Use Microfiber Towels

Microfiber cloths and textiles can absorb and retain fine particles, very fine lint (broken fibers), and very small dust particles faster and more efficiently than that of other textile materials (as the dimensions tally). This makes them useful in many applications of cleaning such as glassware and windows, tv screens and tableware, car detailing and floor cleaning. Proper and often cleaning is required but it will not damage the textile due to the high dimensional stability.

Yes, microfiber towels have the ability to remove dirt, dust mites and dust without chemicals. microfiber mop systems

They can even be used when removing grease, tar like heavy substrates. Microfiber mops are also less work-intensive than conventional mops, virtually eliminate cross-contamination during janitorial tasks, and drastically reduce chemical and water use while cleaning more effectively. As a matter of fact  when used properly, microfiber systems are 45 percent more effective at cleaning than traditional string mops, and consume 90 percent less water and chemicals. ➝ learn more about microfiber mop efficiencies

How to wash and care for Microfiber Towels
Personal Health and Hygiene
Industrial Applications

The Takeaway

Microfiber versatility and design make it one of our favorite cleaning tools and a popular textile for many everyday products. Look around you, can you spot an item that’s made out of microfiber? You probably don’t even realize it but it’s the bed linens we sleep on, in the clothing that we wear, it’s very popular in products we use to clean our homes and workplaces. Even in the items we choose to keep us safe from harm… there’s microfiber.

It stands out as both an economical and a safer choice when deciding what type of cleaning towel to use for your establishment. Granted it isn’t perfect, like anything there are pros and cons, but we’re hoping that by providing you a source of answer to some of your questions you’ll better understand why we love these fuzzy cleaning cloths so much, and be able to make an informed decision when choosing the best option for you.

To conclude, we have answered many of your questions about the history, design, use, and value of Microfiber towels… we can say that the comfort, quality, durability, and health qualities it offer the reason that our more than 40,000 partners in the hospitality, food service, automotive, and healthcare industries rely on to keep their facilities looking their best, and their employees and customers safe.

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