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 Post subject: Anyone tried Microfiber?
PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2003 11:17 am 
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I have been using microfiber (MF) cloths for a variety of cleaning tasks for the past several years. They work great and can be used to clean using "safe" cleaning products or with just water.

Anyone else on the MF bandwagon? Where do you purchse yours? What blends do you find work best for you?


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 Post subject: Microfiber
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2003 10:37 am 
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I use the microfiber cloths for cleaning sunglasses. I get them at Wallmart in the optical department. Where do you get larger ones? They are great at cleaning and so gentle!

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There are several internet websites I have purchased from. Locally, I have purchased towels from the followin soruces. Home Depot carries a very sturdy towel from Scotch/3M. Tom Thumb carries a towel by Spontex. WalMart carries towels by NicSand and Concordia. Bed Bath & Beyond (or Linens & Things) carries MF towels in their kitchen linens.


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What is so good about them? I've never heard of them.

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These cloths leave no lint particles behind. In many cases, you can clean without the use of cleaning agents.

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I won't vouch for the lint free aspect of all microfiber towels as some do leave some lint behind. Their main draw as it relates to this forum is the fact that you can clean just about anything and everything inside and outside your home with water (right out of the tap) and one of these towels.

If lint free cleaning is what you want (for drying crystal or mirrors) one of the best I've found is by MysticMaid.

In addition microfiber towels are invaluable for automobile detailing tasks.

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