Ultra microfiber represents the very highest quality microfiber
available. All superior quality raw materials are used in the manufacturing
process and are a requirement for using the "Ultra Microfiber" designation.
The most common constructions are the "Terry Style" and the "Suede Style."
The terry style is best suited for all general cleaning purposes, both
domestic and industrial. Suede works best in any "polishing" application,
such as eye glasses, sun-glasses (except transitional AIR), all optics
and lenses, CDs, computer screens, TV screens, jewelry, coins, leather,
and even as a replacement for a chamois to dry off your car. Both of these
styles can be used wet or dry, without soap or chemicals. Chemicals
CAN be used with microfiber, but usually they are not needed.
Unlike ordinary cleaning towels that move or push dirt and dust from
one place to another, microfiber actually "scrapes" the dirt or stain from
the surface, and then stores the dirt particles in the towel, until it
When using the microfiber towel wet, it is important to wring out the
towel before beginning the cleaning process. If the towel is too wet, it
may leave streaks on surfaces you are cleaning.
CARE OF MICROFIBERS
If the towel becomes too soiled, it will also begin to "streak". It is then time to wash the towel. This is easily done by just placing the towel (or any other microfiber cleaning product) into a washing machine and then washing with your favorite soap or detergent. The only restriction in the wash cycle is to NEVER use any type of FABRIC SOFTENER. The towel will treat the fabric softener as if it were soil. It will try to store the tiny particles of the softener in the towel fibers and may cause the towel to be less effective.
WHAT IS MICROFIBER?
Microfiber is a man-made product that is best used in cleaning applications by combining two basic fibers, Polyester and Polyamide (a nylon by-product.) These fibers are then "split" and formed into a blend of 80% Polyester (the scrubbing and cleaning fiber), and 20% Polyamide (the absorbing and quick drying fiber.)
In written form, this blend is expressed as "80/20." There are approximately 90,000 microfibers in one square inch of a microfiber towel. A single strand of microfiber is so small that it is almost invisible to the naked eye.
Business and families have been enjoying the many benefits for over ten years.
Take a close look at the photo above. This is an actual microphotograph of a cross section of one strand of microfiber. It would take 90,000 microfibers to fill the space that an inch of this photograph occupies! Consider the fact that one square yard of a microfiber cleaning towel, if torn apart and the fibers laid end-to-end, would reach from Miami, Florida to Minneapolis, Minnesota!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How long after I place the order does it take to receive the towels?
About 4 - 7 business days. We ship everything priority through USPS.
Will I need to use chemicals with the towels?
There is usually no need for chemicals however is some cases you can use a little if you wish.
Can I wash the towels?
Yes, these towels can be washed hundreds of times before needing to be replaced if used properly.
How can I trust your company?
Clean-Pro Industries, Inc. is a member of the BBB and has been selling Microfiber Towels and other products online since 1999. And all of our orders are placed through a secure server so there is no need to worry.
Is there a money back guarantee?
Yes, if there is any problem with the towels you can return them for a full refund, or if you decide you don't want them, you can return them for a refund minus 20 percent restocking.