Microfiber cloth is widely used for cleaning. Usually made from a mixture of 80% polyester and 20% nylon, it can absorb or collect dirt, dust, and stains due to the many tiny gap between the microfiber and the larger effective surface area in contact with dirt or oil. The intervening gaps have more opportunities for penetration and can absorb seven times their weight in water. Microfiber cloths are suitable for cleaning, dusting, polishing, and cleaning up spills. It does not require too much detergent to clean, thus reducing the use of detergents and repeated washing up to 500 times.
The range is available for general-purpose fabrics and professional use, as well as for different looks, packaging colors, sizes, and printing.