Do You Know Microfiber Towel?
A microfiber towel is a kind of towel made of ultrafine fiber. Superfine fiber, also known as microfiber, is a very thin fiber. The main ingredients are polyester and nylon polyamide (in China, it is generally 80% polyester and 20% nylon). The fineness of ultra-fine fibers is between 0.1 and 0.5 deniers (weight units), and the diameter is less than 5 microns. It is extremely durable. The adsorption capacity, water absorption speed, and water absorption rate are 7 times that of ordinary fibers.
A high-quality microfiber towel will absorb spills instead of pushing them to the surface. For many reasons, microfiber is more absorbent than cotton. Having said, not all microfiber towels are created equal! High-quality towels should be better than low-quality towels to dry faster and clean up spills. So, do a water test to see if your microfiber towel absorbs water.
1) Pour water on a smooth surface.
2) Put a microfiber cleaning towel on the surface of the water, and then slowly slide it towards the puddle.
3) Observe how the towel interacts with the water. Does it absorb water like a vacuum cleaner, push it away, or is it somewhere in between?
4) Does it suck towels fast?
If your towel can push the water away, its water absorption is not very good. You need a towel like a vacuum to soak up the water, and then use the towel to soak up the wick. These are traces of super absorbent microfiber towels. Make sure the polyester/polyamide ratio of your microfiber towel is 80/20 or 70/30. There is a lot of controversy as to which of these mixtures is better. Some people say that one is more suitable for washing and the other is more suitable for drying, while others say there is no difference at all. Of course, you will soon discover that there are other factors that also affect quality. No matter where you stand arguing, everyone agrees that your microfiber towel must be somewhere between these ratios. Be sure to avoid using 100% polyester microfiber towels.
1. When cleaning furniture, residential equipment, kitchen utensils, hygiene products, floors, natural leather shoes, clothing, be sure to use wet towels, wet towels because completely dry towels are difficult to arrange after dyeing.
2. Dedicated pointer: The towel needs to be cleaned in time after it is stained or stuck on the tea (represented by stains), and you cannot wait half a day or even a day to clean it.
3. Dishwashing towels cannot be used to clean iron pans, especially rough iron pans. The corrosion on the iron frying pan will be absorbed by the towel, which is difficult to clean.
4. Do not use an iron to iron towels or touch warm water over 60 degrees.
5. Do not wash cleaning equipment with other clothes (towels are too firm, and if they are cleaned together, they will stay with a lot of dust), and do not use lightening agents and soft freeze wash towels, and other products.
6. For teenagers and infants with delicate skin at the beginning, do not use the charm towel too hard, just scrub carefully, and it will be better after a few days. (Because the ultra-fine towel is very thin, it is 1/200th of the hair, it is thoroughly cleaned, and it has strong adsorption.)