Bulk & Wholesale Microfiber Towels- Use Guide
If you’re a facility that provides microfiber towels to your cleaning staff, you want these wholesale microfiber towels to be quality and to last. Since they are generally more expensive than cotton towels, you want to get the maximum usage out of your investment in microfiber towels. If they wear out too quickly the replacement costs will add to the expense of running your business. This is why it’s important that your microfiber towels are used with proper care and maintenance. Most of the microfiber towels that we offer at Texon will last hundreds of washes with proper care.
Read on for tips on extending the lifespan of your microfiber towels and keeping them well maintained.
How Microfiber Towels Are Used In Cleaning a Facility
First, microfiber towels are excellent at picking up dust. Your staff can use them to keep your gym or facility dust-free. Next, they are also good for cleaning away dirt and grime. The microfibers pick up dirt easily without using any detergents or cleaners. Finally, microfiber towels are great for wiping down gym equipment. They remove sweat and oil from surfaces that come into contact with other gym members.
Tips For Using Microfiber Towels
Here are four tips for using microfiber towels:
- When using them for dusting, you don’t need to wash them after every use. Simply shake it to remove loose particles and dust. Wash it only if it becomes very dirty or soiled.
- When using them for cleaning and polishing, do not over wet the cloth. If it’s too wet it will leave streaks on surfaces. Generally, you need to wet, wring, then wipe.
- If cleaning windows or glass, use a spray bottle and one half of the towel to clean with the spray, and the other half to wipe away the moisture.
- A microfiber towel that has collected too much dirt and dust will streak. If your towel constantly leaves streaks, then it’s time to wash the towel.
Tips for Washing and Care Microfiber Towels
To keep your microfiber towels well maintained follow these five tips:
- Machine or hand wash in hot water with a gentle detergent. Hot water releases the dirt and dust collected by the microfiber towel
- Avoid using fabric softener and chlorine bleach. Harsh chemicals like these accumulate in the microfiber cloth and reduce its effectiveness.
- Use low temperature when drying, or air-dry.
- Wash with like colors.
- Avoid washing with cotton towels as these produce lint and will accumulate in the microfibers.
Follow these tips for using microfiber towels in your facility, to extend their lifespan and lower your replacement costs.
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