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Getting Started

There are various types of microfibers with different sizing, weight, and fabric that all impact the outcome of your clean. So, this is to break it all down so you know what to use and when.  

Video Guide

FAQ

How do I clean Microfibers?

The most recommended way to wash your towels should be in hot water with detergent specifically for microfibers, but you can also use regular laundry detergent, not self-softening, soap-based detergents. Also, don’t use fabric softeners or bleach. The oils and other ingredients in softeners and self-softening detergents will clog up the fibers and make them not absorbent. Make sure you dry your microfibers on low heat, as high heat will make them hard and they can then scratch your paint.