The Science of Microfiber

 Microfiber is positively charged, attracting dirt (negatively charged) like a magnet. The fibers are so small they’re able to penetrate cracks and crevices along with the microscopic surface pores of most materials. Studies have proven microfiber ability to pick up 99% of bacteria, compared to 33% pickup ability with conventional tools.
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Summary

Unlike cylindrical fibers of traditional cloths, blended microfiber is shaped like an asterisk. It has the ability to pick up and lock dirt, dust, moisture, and bacteria into the fibers, cleaning and drying the applied surface.