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Difference between microfiber cloth and ordinary cotton fiber
Jan 11, 2019

1, ordinary cotton cotton fiber strength is relatively low, after rubbing the surface of the object will leave a lot of broken fiber floc. Microfiber cloth is a long fiber with high fiber strength and toughness. During use, there is almost no fiber wadding on the surface of the object, and it can absorb various kinds of dandruff by virtue of its own micro-electrostatic action.
 2. When wiping the object, the ordinary cotton fabric directly sucks the dust, grease, dirt and the like on the surface of the object to be rubbed into the fiber. After use, it remains in the fiber and is not easy to remove. After a long time, it will become hard and lose its elasticity. Use, and microfiber fabric can effectively solve the above problems. The microfiber fabric has a fiber diameter of only 0.4 μm and a fiber fineness of only 1/20 of that of the silk. Its special wedge-shaped cross section can more effectively capture even a few micron of dust particles and adsorb dirt between the fibers (and It is not inside the fiber), plus high fiber density and high density. It is very easy to clean after staining. Unless it is stained with stubborn oil, it does not need any chemical detergent to wash. Use ordinary laundry soap and gently wash it in warm water. It can be cleaned.
3, microfiber cloth, with advanced weaving technology and finishing technology, the fiber of the finished fabric has a standard orange-shaped cross section and more layered structure, therefore, its water absorption and moisture permeability (including water absorption and water absorption speed) ) and water retention capacity is particularly prominent. Under normal conditions, the water absorption capacity is 10 times that of the same weight of the cotton product, the water retention amount is 5 times of its own weight, and it has better water absorption than the dry state in the wet state. Compared with cotton fabrics, microfiber cloths do not have protein hydrolysis due to their special fiber characteristics, so bacteria are difficult to survive, and they will not be moldy, sticky, or smelly even if they are in a wet state for a long time. The service life is about five times that of cotton fabric.

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