What are microfiber used for?

What are microfiber used for?

With millions of fibers, microfiber lifts and holds dirt, grease, grime, liquids and bacteria. These fibers include both positive-charged polyester fibers and negative-charged nylon fibers that actually attract and pull up whatever is on the surface you’re cleaning.

Can microfiber remove bacteria?

Microfiber cloths are an amazing cleaning tool. They are the only cleaning towel that physically removes bacteria, fungi, viruses, dust, grime and other microbes from your surfaces and traps them within its fibers leaving the surface clean and dry.

Is microfiber really antibacterial?

No, microfiber in and of itself is not antimicrobial. But if you get a microfiber towel infused with an antimicrobial agent, then that microfiber cloth will be antimicrobial.

What kind of mops are used in hospitals?

Microfiber Mop System Used in conjunction with an adjustable handle, swivel head frame, and portable bucket, this mop is used in hospitals and outpatient practices to clean floors at the bacteria level while reducing water and chemical usage by 95%.

What type of material is microfiber?

synthetic materials
While cotton is a natural fiber, microfiber is made from synthetic materials, typically a polyester-nylon blend. Microfiber is very fine — as much as 1/100th the diameter of a human hair — and about one-third the diameter of a cotton fiber.

How much bacteria does microfiber remove?

98 percent
An independent study done by the Environmental Protection Agency found that “extremely fine (. 37 micrometer diameter) microfiber was both laboratory and clinically tested and proven to remove up to 98 percent of bacteria and 93 percent of viruses from a surface using only water (no chemicals).”

How do you use microfiber mops?

Wet Mopping

  1. Wet the Mop Pad with water under the faucet.
  2. Wring-out any excess water, so the pad is left damp.
  3. Re-attach the pad to the mop head.
  4. Proceed to mop and clean your floors.
  5. Rinse pad clean when finished, or machine wash.