This semi-disposable mop head is made from non-woven microfiber strips.
The microfiber strip mop head should be used with standard clamp mop pole/handle systems. Purchase this non-woven microfiber strip mop head with a narrow or wide band depending on your handle/pole. For for a more durable mop the 18 oz. microfiber tube mop is recommended.
Washing microfiber towels is pretty easy, there are just a few things that you should remember to keep your products effective and long lasting. You can wash and dry your microfiber products in your household washer and dryer, with warm water and low heat.
Microfiber towel washing instructions to keep your microfiber "like new":
Microfiber products do not like bleach. Washing microfiber towels with bleach breaks down the polyester and polyamide micro-filaments, rendering them less effective.
Fabric softeners provide a layer of "softeness" on your clothing, which is nice for clothing that you wear, but this coating clogs the microfibers, rendering them less effective.
It is not that microfiber products do not like cotton products or other fabrics, it is that when you are cleaning microfiber cloth with your cotton products the microfiber will grab and hold onto the lint that the cotton produces. So if you do not want your microfiber towels to lint then you should not wash them with cotton products. Follow these microfiber washing instructions to keep your towels and sponges in pristine condition.
Some users of microfiber, automotive, janitorial, need a more effective way of cleaning microfiber cloths to remove dirt, grime, oils, and etc. from their microfiber towels, and Household detergents just don't do the job. Many users like to keep their microfibers in pristine condition. For high quality microfiber towel care, there is the original Micro Restore Microfiber Detergent.
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