Use Waffle Weave Microfiber Cloths To Tackle Glass Cleaning

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Trying to get windows and mirrors spotless can be frustrating, if you use the wrong materials.

Keeping the windows of your car, the mirrors around your home, or the windows in your workplace pristine is vital, but smears, lint, and even scratches are just some of the negative side-effects you might face with unsuitable equipment.

Waffle weave microfiber is an ideal solution for cleaning glass with the best results.  What makes it so effective?

The Power of Microfiber

Do you usually rely on expensive chemical-based glass-cleaners? Some of these include potentially harmful ingredients, such as ammonia, which can irritate the skin, throat, or eyes.

You might find yourself using these in large amounts, which can be expensive too. Microfiber can hold multiple times its own weight in water, and its softness minimizes the risk of scratches on your mirrors or windows. You can use water to clean glass on your car and around the home or workplace, with no need for costly or possibly-harmful chemical-based cleaners.

Waffle weave microfiber is designed to absorb and trap water, with impressive softness. These cloths and towels have special grooves in their surface, which retains water even more effectively. You can use less water for reduced mess and less risk of streaking, while the microfiber’s high absorbency makes wiping it away quick and simple.

You can use waffle weave microfiber cloths to clean your glass with water, without leaving lint or smears, and trust a dry microfiber cloth or towel to remove moisture easily.

 

Taking Care of Your Microfiber

Microfiber cloths and towels can withstand around 500 washes, which saves you money otherwise spent replacing standard cloths in the long term, on top of the expense spared without costly glass cleaner.

However, you need to take care of your microfiber to make sure it lasts as long as it should.

Wash waffle weave microfiber cloths without fabric softener or detergent, and on a low temperature. Heat and chemicals will have a negative impact on the material, becoming clogged between fibers. They should be air-dried, rather than in a drier (again, to avoid heat damage).

Another important point to bear in mind? Only wash waffle weave microfiber cloths with other microfiber products, rather than any other material that produces lint. Given microfiber’s strong adhesiveness, lint can cling to your waffle-weave microfiber cloths and leave them needing another clean.

Texas Microfiber’s waffle weave microfiber cloths provide you with an effective glass-cleaning solution in the office, car showroom, hospital, or any other work or domestic environment!

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