Microfiber cloth is the gold standard in the cleaning industry. A powerful tool for cleaning everything from floors to glasses, how exactly this miracle tool works isn’t known to most people. Microfiber cleaning products are quickly replacing old cotton cloths and mop heads, so understanding them better will help you make a more informed decision when it comes time to rent cleaning products for your business.
How Is It Made?
Microfibers made for cleaning usually come from a polyester and nylon blend. The fibers are processed to be broken down into strands as small as 1/100th the diameter of human hair. These fibers are then woven into cleaning products such as cloths and mop heads. An added advantage is the lightness of microfiber. A wet microfiber mop head will weigh a few pounds less than a traditional mop head.
How Does It Work?
Everything you need to know about how microfiber works is in the name. All of the benefits of microfiber cloths come from the fibers’ size. The fibers are so small they are able to clean spaces much smaller than a traditional cleaning cloth while cleaning bigger areas more efficiently by trapping dirt instead of just pushing it around. Cleaning the microfiber cloth is as easy as rinsing it and letting it dry before using it again. While a microfiber cloth is probably enough by itself, you can use cleaning solutions without worrying about damaging the cloth.
Rent Microfiber Cleaning Products from Lord Baltimore
For over forty years, Lord Baltimore has provided cost-effective uniform rental services up and down the East Coast, including Maryland, Washington DC, Northern Virginia, Southern Pennsylvania, and Delaware.
To learn more about how Custom Logo Mats can make your business more effective and economical, please contact Joe Bateman at Lord Baltimore by calling 800-292-1224 or visit LordBaltimoreUniform.com. We also handle towel rental for gyms and salons; apron, towels, uniforms and mats for restaurants; and uniform, shop towel, fender cover and mat rental for manufacturing and automotive industries.