Microfibres are thin fibres with a diameter of less than 1.0 dtex (1g per 10,000 running metres). In comparison, cotton fibres are three to four times as strong and human hair a hundred times as strong. In a special process - the so-called "finishing" - multifilament fibres are split into microfibres. This process leads to a large thread surface area and at the same time cavities are created in which liquids are stored. A modern microfibre absorbs a lot more liquid than a cotton product or other fibres and stores them in the microfibres.
The other essential advantages are that the fine fibres have a significantly higher dirt absorption and also loosen the dirt from the smallest deepenings and thus achieve a significantly better cleaning effect. The microfibres (mostly two-component fibres made of polyester and polyamide) remove watery as well as grease or oil-based dirt in one operation.

Microfibre products are easy to clean and have short drying times. In principle, microfibre products should be washed in a temperature range of 40 to 60 degrees Celsius. You can also wash the microfibre products up to 95 degrees, but this noticeably shortens the service life and cleaning performance of the products.

Microfibre products should generally be washed separately and not together with cotton products (or you should use a laundry net).

When washing for the first time, only products of the same colour should be washed - keyword “bleeding”. Use pH neutral detergents. Fabric softeners must not be used. Tumble dryers are generally not recommended, if they are up to a temperature of max. 80 degrees.



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