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Paper Towel or Cloth?Which is better for cleaning?
Paper Towel or Cloth?
Paper towel or cloth? Which do you reach for? It happens all the time in a typical household. You grab a paper towel — or two, or three — to wipe up a mess when something is spilled. That’s what paper towels are for, right?
Using paper towels for polishing your nice granite countertop, can be convenient, but even after rubbing you can still see streaks on the surface. You keep going until you have exhausted not only your stock of paper towels, but your own energy as well.
Do You Use Them on Your Mirrors?
And what about the mirrors and windows in your home? Have you ever sprayed them with window cleaner and no matter how much you rubbed and scrubbed with a paper towel, you still saw those little swirly marks? Of course. Happens all the time!
We have nothing against paper towels. Almost everyone uses them and needs them. But there is a better choice when it comes to cleaning many of the surfaces in your home.
What Is The Better Choice?
A “microfiber” cloth or towel. It can solve all kinds of cleaning challenges. Microfibers are amazing things. They are normally made from polyester, sometimes with other fibers added. They can be reused again and again with normal laundering. (Just don’t use fabric softener as that leaves a residue on the towel.)
Why Is The Word “Micro” The Key:
Tiny filaments that act like thirsty grime-seeking sponges. The microfibers are soft and eagerly grab dirt, spills and more, leaving the surface sparkling clean. Those shiny surfaces in your home are perfect for microfibers.
Is There A Bonus In Using Micro Fiber Towels?
Anyone who believes in cleaning “green” and recycling should consider using microfibers. They are environmentally a superior choice. You can purchase them from virtually any store that sells cleaning products. Try them out. So toss in the towel — the paper one, that is.