Professional microfibre cloths for streak-free cleaning of all your surfaces.
The microfibre cloth is made of extremely fine polyester and polyamide threads. Its highly absorbent texture attracts and retains all dust and impurities.
The microfiber cloth has many advantages:
Discover our universal microfibre cloths of professional quality.
Microfibre cloths have the particularity of having a linear mass of less than one decitex, i.e. 1 gram of fibre per 10km. It is composed of polyester, acrylic and/or polyamide. This mixture of materials makes it possible to create fibres the size of a hair and twice as fine as silk.
The difference between a standard microfibre and a professional quality microfibre lies in two main criteria:
Particularly appreciated for car and motorbike detailing, microfibre is an essential accessory for vehicle maintenance. There are several types:
Microfibre for windows: this microfibre is not necessarily dense, but its texture makes it easy to remove traces, dust and dirt.
Microfibre for dusting: microfibres with a high percentage of polyester have a strong electrostatic power and are therefore perfect for removing dust.
Microfibre for polishing: extremely soft and thick, the polishing microfibre allows the product to be spread perfectly without the risk of micro-scratches.
Drying microfibre: the main property of this microfibre is that it is very absorbent. It is also larger.
In our kits and in our shop, we offer universal microfibers that will meet all your needs.
When cleaning your surfaces, especially the most fragile ones, be sure to use perfectly cleaned microfibre cloths. To do this, we recommend that you machine wash your microfibre cloths at between 30 and 60°C and with a maximum spin speed of 800 rpm.
If they are very dirty, you can also soak them in hot water before putting them in the machine. Even if they are stained, do not use detergents such as bleach or fabric softener, as they will lose their hold.
Do not iron the microfibers as this will damage the fibres of the cloth. Finally, dry the cloth in the open air and not in the tumble dryer.