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How To Care For Microfiber Cloths & Mops:
Microfiber is hardy, but also delicate at the same time. On one hand, Microfiber is constructed of refined plastics that will never degrade over time. However, to preserve the life (and usefulness) of your microfiber it is better to wash and dry after use. Otherwise, you run the risk of contaminants setting in the cloth. This will hamper future cleaning efforts by clogging the fine cleaning channels and increases the risk of cross-contamination. Follow the microfiber care guide below and protect your wholesale microfiber investment.
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|Step||Operation||Minutes||Water Temp||Water Level||Notes|
|3||Break/Suds||10||140F/60C||L||6 oz. Built (non-solvent) detergent 100 lbs. (pH 8.5 - 10 Maximum|
Microfibers are more susceptible to damage due to heat. Their polyamide material could deform when in contact with hot dryer drums. If you insist on machine-drying, set the temperature to a maximum of 140°F and remove immediately following the dry cycle. Preferred option: Air dry. When drying mops commercial laundries have two options.
Do not dry, add disinfectant during the 80°F rinse cycle then seal mops in a poly bag for transportation.
Pre-load wet-mops with a chemical product by placing them in a container with cleaning chemicals. In 30 minutes you will have a saturated wet mop that’s ready to quickly deploy in a soiled area.