|Well, what will they think of next? No
more ammonia or alcohol window cleaners? No more rubber gloves or burning
skin? No more choking on noxious cleaner odors? Hard to believe, you say!
This amazing technology was perfected in Sweden and is now available
in this country. It is called micro fiber and is the ultimate ecological
solution to light cleaning problems in your home, car, boat, motorhome
Micro fiber is a synthetic fiber, made of polyester. A single micro
fiber is no thicker than one hundredth the size of a human hair. Woven
together, they provide a very soft surface and have a fantastic capacity
to attract and hold dust, because they are static by nature. These dust
cloths require no products like End Dust to attract and hold dust. When
cloth becomes soiled, you simply launder to remove dust and dirt. Once
laundered, the static charge is energized and ready to go to work again
A split micro fiber is created by injecting a polyamid core within
the synthetic fiber. Split fibers have microscopically small, but very
efficient, sharp edges. Cloths made of split micro fibers are excellent
for cleaning hard surfaces, such as ceramics, tile, porcelain, glass,
mirrors, etc and require no cleaners to accomplish this task.
Both the micro fiber and split micro fiber cloths are easy to use,
have great longevity, can be washed and reused as many as 500 times.
They provide superior cleaning results, reduce work-related stress and
injuries, cut cleaning time dramatically, drastically reduce the need
for cleaners, and are economical to use. Allergy sufferers have no reactions
when using the cloths, and use of the cloths help save the environment.
Micro fiber technology has been available for over 75 years; however,
developments over the last 15 years has improved the cleaning ability
and static nature of the cloths that makes them economically feasible.
Many cleaning tools like dust mops and damp mops are being manufactured
using the micro fiber technology for home and industry alike. Wood floors
and floor finishes are cleaned with just a small amount of water, saving
hours of cleaning and refinishing time.
The cloths are called ECO Cloths and are available locally. Contact
Sharon Spence at (503) 287-4608 or (800)927-9442 for more information
on how to order.