Micro Fiber Towel

Quick Overview

Thoroughly and safely remove polish from your painted or chrome surfaces with this high quality micro fiber towel. With approximately 90,000 fibers in every sq. inch this generous 16" X 16" micro fiber wonder is the most useful cleaner and detail towel you will find.

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Helps to reduce the cause of those fine scratches on your finish by trapping the microscopic particles that cause them, in the thousands of tiny pockets on the towels surface and since it picks up everything it just seems to take the shine to another level. I have seen and tried them larger and heavier but believe these to be the absolute best bang for the buck. Colors do vary, quality doesn't.

MICROFIBER TOWELS actually lift the dirt from the surface you are cleaning or polishing, then store the particle in the towel until it is washed.
When a Microfiber towel gets too wet or dirty it could leave streaks on the surface you are cleaning.

When it is time to wash the towel this is easily done by throwing the towel into a washing machine (or do it by hand at the sink) and washing with any soap or detergent you prefer. However, there are four restrictions:
(1) Never wash Microfiber towels with other types of cotton towels… the Microfiber towel will treat the lint generated by the cotton towel like dirt and store the tiny cotton particles within the microfibers.
(2) Never use fabric softener. The Microfiber towel will accumulate fabric softener as if it were “Scotch Guard” (water repellant) and saturate the microfibers, reducing its effectiveness.
(3) Use low temperature when drying or air dry.
(4) Do not use chlorine bleach with microfiber.What is a Microfiber and how does it work? Microfiber is made of a polyester and polyamide blend. We all know what polyester is, but few may know about polyamide. It is just a fancy name for a type of nylon. So, microfiber cloths, that work so well and "absorb" so much, are actually made from polyester and nylon! Each microscopic fiber is split into wedge shaped filaments that are designed to pick up and trap dirt, liquid, or whatever else you are wiping. I am sure that if you have used microfiber, that you have noticed your hands feel dry when you touch it. This sensation is caused by those microscopic filaments against your skin. The most common "no-no's" when washing microfiber is to never use fabric softener and never use bleach. Fabric softener will actually clog those wedges of the microfiber and render it useless. Bleach will take the color out of the cloth. Microfiber needs to be washed in cold or warm water. This water temperature should never exceed about 105 degrees Fahrenheit. Also, microfiber needs to be washed with detergent. Even if the cloth was used with window cleaner, a separate washing detergent needs to be added to the wash. The soap is what holds the dirt and removes it from the towel. Without soap, the dirt will go back onto the cloth. More importantly, microfibers need to be dried on the coolest setting, either permanent press or air fluff. You need to allow time for the dryer to cool off if the last load was hot (which it normally is). Because microfiber is made of polyester and nylon, high heat will cause melting, which will close the wedge shaped fibers. It's the construction of the microfiber that makes it effective, not the actual material. Microfiber towels should never be washed with any other laundry, especially cotton terry towels. The lint from the other towels will stick to the microfiber and you will have a very hard time getting it off. To keep the wedges intact, it is best to wash microfibers in a full load to ensure less wear and tear. The fact that microfiber consists of polyester and polyamide makes it truly a miracle towel. Since polyester and polyamide are petroleum based, microfiber is actually an oil based product. As you know, oil and water don't mix, so the fact that microfiber can "absorb" seven times its weight in liquid is amazing. The fact is microfiber is not absorbing anything. Polyester is not absorbent. It is the shape of the fibers that hold the water until it is released (by wringing, drying, etc.).

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