- NO heat
- NO fabric softener
- NO laundry detergent
HOW TO CLEAN YOUR MICROFIBRE CLOTH
It is important to clean your microfibre cloth, our comprehensive guide will show you how to wash your cloth properly.
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When cleaning, a microfibre cloth is like a magnet to dirt and dust, clinging onto the unwanted debris and bacteria. But these microfibre cleaning machines also need to be cleaned.
Learning how to wash microfibre cloths will not only make them suitable for repeated use but will ensure their effectiveness time after time. There’s a few ways you can wash a microfibre cleaning cloth, here are some key steps.
Microfibre cloths are most effective when used on their own, or with water only. When washing your microfibre cleaning cloths make sure to avoid using fabric conditioner or laundry detergent and always read the manufacturer’s washing recommendations.
The only absolute do not’s are LISTED below:
It’s always best to wash microfibre cloths on their own, but if you need to run a mixed load make sure it’s only with other non-linting synthetic materials – cotton is one material in particular that’s best kept separate from microfibre.
Wash on a cool or warm setting with no detergent. Once the cycle is complete, leave to air-dry or dry on a low heat setting in a tumble dryer.
Hand washing your microfibre cleaning cloth is our preferred method and often the most straightforward.
Let the dirty microfibre cloths soak in cool or warm (not hot) water, and use your hands to help agitate the towel and release the dirt and grime.
Rinse well and let the microfibre cleaning cloth to air-dry.
Air-drying your microfibre will not only make it last longer but prevent it from picking up loose particles that often get caught up in tumble dryers and high heat conditions.
If you’d prefer to use your dryer, only use on a low or no heat setting and do not mix with non-microfibre materials in the drying process.
Never iron your microfibre cloths – the extreme heat of the iron will make the towel much less effective as a cleaning tool.
So now you know how look after your microfibre cleaning cloth, is it time to invest in one of the best cloths on the market?