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10PK Split Micro Fiber Suede Cleaning Cloth 12"x12"

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Split Micro Fiber Suede Cleaning Cloth 12"x12"

MicroFiber Cleaning Cloth

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10 Pack

What is MicroFiber? MicroFiber is a man-made product that combines two basic fibers, Polyester and Polyamide, producing fibers with a thickness less than a human hair that have been split 16 times into a "V" shape. The fibers are then woven into fabric of 80% Polyester (the scrubbing and cleaning fiber), and 20% Polyamide (The absorbing and quick drying fiber).

Benefits: The surface area of the cloth is increased by over 15 times, creating millions of crevices which trap and hold water, debris, making this product one of the most absorbent materials on earth. The "V" shapes, while less than a micron in size, have edges which scrape the surface they are rubbed against and collect debris in the crevces as opposed to pushing debris away. Debris is trapped in the fibers and can only be released with soap and water. Water alone is not lubricating enough to release the debris.

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10 Pack

What is MicroFiber? MicroFiber is a man-made product that combines two basic fibers, Polyester and Polyamide, producing fibers with a thickness less than a human hair that have been split 16 times into a "V" shape. The fibers are then woven into fabric of 80% Polyester (the scrubbing and cleaning fiber), and 20% Polyamide (The absorbing and quick drying fiber).

Benefits: The surface area of the cloth is increased by over 15 times, creating millions of crevices which trap and hold water, debris, making this product one of the most absorbent materials on earth. The "V" shapes, while less than a micron in size, have edges which scrape the surface they are rubbed against and collect debris in the crevces as opposed to pushing debris away. Debris is trapped in the fibers and can only be released with soap and water. Water alone is not lubricating enough to release the debris.