What Is Microfiber?
Microfiber is a synthetic fibre that can be split through a unique manufacturing technique to a diameter of 1/100th of a strand of human hair, which is smaller than most bacteria and dust particles. These fibers are then knit through a special process to make cleaning cloths and mops. Microfibers, when used dry, create a static charge which attracts dry soil, bacteria and dust. When used damp, they can absorb up to 900% of their weight and use capillary action to lift and trap dirt, moisture and bacteria.
The wedge shaped fibre allows more contact with a surface, and can loosen, attract and absorb all types of soil and bacteria lying on a surface. The rounded fibers of traditional mops or cloths provide less contact with surfaces, which makes soil and water pick up less effective, often leaving residue layer on floor. Whether your operation includes laundering facilities or not, we have solutions that can significantly improve hygiene levels in those high risk areas whilst reducing strain on staff and saving time.