Today you’re going to see the things you can clean with microfibre cloths by Clean Group. Let’s get started.
In one of our previous posts, we talked about reasons to use microfibre cloths in cleaning your workspace. We also shared a few care tips that will prolong the life of your microfibre cleaning cloths. In this post, we’d like to share several ways you can use them in your office or in any commercial and industrial workspaces, so you can keep it tidy and sparklingly clean.
Microfibres are great to use in cleaning just about anything! Their tiny fibres make them great for trapping dirt and for absorbing water. With them, you can clean your workplace with or without water and cleaning chemicals. Not only that, microfibres are designed to be thin enough to fit into corners and other hard-to-reach areas. Because of their efficiency in cleaning they’ve become a staple for professional commercial cleaners.
Below, we summarise the things you can use microfibre cleaning cloths for:
We already know that microfibres are superb when it comes to trapping and collecting dirt. That’s why it’s the best cleaning tool to use in cleaning dusty surfaces. Whether it’s a dirty kitchen top to a dusty desk, microfibres can clean it all. And it’s highly effective even without water or chemicals, so you’re sure your furniture is safe.
Microfibres leave no traces of streak after wiping them across a surface. It’s effective in removing grease, dirt, fingertip or any type of unwanted particles on a glass surface. Just simply wipe the window glass with a slightly damp cloth, then polish it with a dry microfibre cloth to make it shine and sparkle. You can do this with a window cleaning agent of your choice, but using only water is enough.
Who says you can only clean floors with wet mops? Microfibres can also be used for this specific job. Apply or spray a small amount of floor cleaner on to the floor, attach/ tie the microfibre cloth to your mop, and then use it to wipe off dirt or stains on the floor. For a drier finish, you can use a dry cleaning cloth to wipe the remaining water of cleaning product off the floor. This will give your floor a shinier, slip-free finish.
Bathrooms in workplaces easily get dirty. That’s because several people share them and not all take time to keep it clean. Microfibres help make the cleaning job a lot easier for your commercial cleaning providers. They absorb all the dirt on a surface in just one swipe.
They’re also very easy to use and reuse. Just wash them up with water, wring it out and use it again. If you prefer to use cleaning chemicals to disinfect your workplace bathroom, you can use just a small amount because microfibres are super absorbent.
Aside from being super absorbent, microfibres are also very gentle cleaning tools. You can use them on electronic gadgets with fragile screens like smartphones or tablets, as well as on other appliances, such as TVs. When your phones, tablets or laptops get greasy with constant use, you just simply have to give it a quick wipe down with a microfibre cloth.
Apart from these things on our list, there is virtually nothing that microfibres can’t clean. From fixtures, lighting, baseboards, down to the floor, they are proven to be the best cleaning tool to use. To find cleaning partners who know how to use this ultimate cleaning tool efficiently, reach out to Clean Group’s cleaning team and discuss your needs. They can provide you with bespoke cleaning solutions and deliver high-quality results.
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