What Is A Microfiber Cloth & How to Use It For Cleaning
The microfiber cloth is one of the most popular and widely used cleaning materials. It is available in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colours to suit your different cleaning requirements. A microfiber cloth is the preferred addition to your cleaning accessories whether you need to dust your windows or clean a stain from your kitchen countertop.
What exactly is a microfiber cloth?
A large number of synthetic fibres that are much smaller than a silk thread make up a microfibre fabric. Polyester, polyamide, and polypropylene are the main ingredients of these fibres. Its split microfiber design enables this to absorb more liquid, wax, and dirt.
Traditional cleaning cloths are less efficient and less effective at removing dirt and germs than microfiber cloths. A single microfiber towel has a surface area that is four times larger than a cotton cloth of the same size. Therefore, it can absorb several times as much liquid as it weighs; however, because the fibres are positively charged, dirt and filth are drawn to them like a magnet. Sounds like a dream?
A Microfiber Cloth is the Ultimate Multi-Purpose Cleaning Tool
A microfiber cloth can be used for a variety of cleaning tasks around your house, including the following:
Compared to regular cleaning cloths, microfiber cloths lift and trap a lot more dust and dirt, which allows quicker and simpler daily dusting. Use a dry microfiber towel to dust furniture and other surfaces, then use a damp one to get rid of grime or stubborn dust.
Microfiber cloths can be used to clean appliances, cabinet doors, countertops, and ceiling fans. To remove dirt, grease, and grime, fold your cloth into sections. Wet one section, then switch to a dry section for shine and polishing. Because microfiber won't scratch the finish, it is even safe to use on stainless steel surfaces.
The inside of windows must be wiped clean of dirt and smudges using a damp microfiber cloth before being shined and buffed with a dry one. Use a garden hose to clean external windows.
A dry microfiber cloth will get rid of grime and fingerprints on your phone, tablet, laptop, and other electronics without the risk of using water. You can add some Koparo Gadget Disinfectant spray or Koparo All Purpose Spray to dampen the cloth before wiping for more stubborn dust accumulation.
How To Clean With Microfiber Cloths
For best results, make sure to wash microfiber cleaning clothes after every use. Microfiber towels attract dirt. Without being cleaned first, using dirty microfiber can scrape and damage surfaces. After only one cleaning, microfiber cloths may start to smell because they are holding moisture in their tiny fibres, which also trap bacteria.
You can wash the cloths by hand or in the washing machine. You should skip using fabric softener when washing the microfiber cloths.
Koparo All Purpose Cleaner or water can be used to clean soft and delicate surfaces. It provides scratch- free and lint-free cleaning. In fact, Koparo's microfiber cloth has a 10 times greater capacity for absorption! This makes cleaning up liquid spills simple.
Go on and add this to your cleaning arsenal!