What’s the best way to use our microfiber cloths to clean cars, chrome, windows, mirrors, and floors?
- If the surface you want to clean is not very dirty, then you can skip to step 2. If you want to clean a very dirty surface, use our microfiber cloth with soapy water to wash all the dirt off, then rinse with clean water.
- Use a clean microfiber cloth; Wet the cloth thoroughly with clean water, then wring out the cloth until it feels damp.
- Wipe the surface over with your microfiber cloth, let the surface air dry and you’ll be amazed at the streak-free, sparkling finish.
Machine Washing Microfiber:
Wash the microfiber cloth in warm or hot water with mild detergent. Do not use fabric softener, it will clog the open spaces in the microfiber that do the cleaning rendering the cloth or mop useless.
Microfiber will grab a hold of lint in the washing machine just like it grabs dirt and dust when you’re using it to clean. With this in mind be careful of what you wash microfiber with.
Avoid washing it with anything made of cotton especially terry cloth towels, socks etc. Ideally you should wash microfiber only with other microfiber cloths, but if you need to mix loads, wash it with other lint-free synthetic materials.
If you want to bleach the microfiber cloth, do not soak the cloth in bleach for an extended period of time as it’s fibers can deteriorate.
Hand Washing Microfiber:
Wash the microfiber cloth in warm or hot water with mild detergent, use a soft bristled brush if the cloth is very dirty. Please ensure that all of the detergent is rinsed out before using, otherwise it may streak.
Air drying a microfiber cloth will make it last longer. Microfiber cloths dry relatively quickly. If you choose to dry your microfiber in a dryer, use low heat or no heat and only dry with other microfiber products to prevent the microfiber cloth or mops from picking up lint.
Microfiber cloths will grab a hold of any lint given off by other items in your dryer if they are not lint-free.