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Microfibre Cloths

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Cleaning and Polishing Microfibre Cloths - Machine-Washable 

Microfibre cloths have numerous benefits when used as a cleaning cloth, not only are they super absorbent, they are extremely durable, are machine washable and have a healthy lifespan.

Our microfibre cleaning cloths are the choice of domestic and commercial cleaning professionals due the cloths ability to clean dust, dirty, grime, spills and human hair while also used to polish surfaces. 

All this plus washing them is easy in warm water and detergent when they become dirty and drying them is simple and quick. 

There are different types of cleaning cloths in the market and although cotton cloths and heavy duty paper towels are popular, they just don't have the same durability and cannot stand being reused hundreds of times like microfibre cloths can.

Unlimited Number of Uses

Microfibre cloths have many uses, they are not just for cleaning kitchens, work surfaces and toilets, they are perfect to clean glass, windows, computer screens and they work wonders on car care. The reason they have so many uses is that they not only absorb moisture, but they are soft, kind to all surfaces and are even suitable for furniture polishing.

Here at Galleon Supplies, we have a huge range of microfibre cloths in a variety of colours, including blue, yellow, pink, green and red from manufacturers including Kimberley Clark and we stock our own brand of course. 

Our cleaning cloths are available not only in a choice of colour but also quantity, a single pack or bulk purchase is available and we offer free delivery on bulk orders.

FAQs

So What are Microfibre Cloths Best Used For

The list is endless, microfibre cloths have so many uses, they clean any type of surface and can be used dry or wet, they are proven (when used with disinfectant) to get rid of germs. They are great for dusting and have a unique ability to collect not just dust but dirt too.

And it's not just indoors, as we have mentioned they are used by car cleaning professionals to polish interior glass and plastic and have even been used along with t-cut to remove exterior bodywork scratches.

How Long Do Microfibre Cloths Last?

On average microfibre cloths can last up to two years as the material is made to be washed and reused up to 500 times. Eventually, your cloth will become worn and its efficiency will diminish and so may need replacing, however, when purchased in a multi pack they are a very economical cleaning  product.

What Are Microfibre Cloths Made of?

Microfibre cleaning cloths are made from a synthetic material blend, usually polyester and nylon, the fibres are extremely fine, about 1/100th the diameter of a human hair and so they have have a soft almost silk like feel. 

Why Are Microfibre Cloths Better Than Other Alternatives?

As we have mentioned, there is a choice of cleaning cloths available in the online cleaning products market, probably too many to compare, however as our customers and their reviews confirm, microfibre cloths lead the way in all aspects of cleaning. From everyday dusting to more thorough deep cleansing where a dirt and grease absorbent, wet or dry, quick drying cloth is required.

How Should You Wash Microfibre Cloths?

Microfibre should be washed in warm or hot water with a mild detergent with a quick rinse in clean water. Avoid using fabric softeners o similar chemicals as they can clog the spaces in the microfibre which will then limit the use of the fabric.

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