People often wonder: What is a microfiber cleaning cloth? Microfiber is defined as a fiber that is 1 denier or less. What is a denier? It’s a measurement of fineness equal to a unit of fiber that weighs one gram for each 9000 meters…meaning it is really small. To put it in perspective, microfiber is 1/100 the diameter of a human hair and 1/20 the diameter of a strand of silk. One square inch of microfiber cloth has approximately 200,000 fibers. You can use these cleaning wonders in many areas of your home and office. Split microfiber is positively charged which attracts the negatively charged dust particles like a magnet. This makes it more effective (and safer) than a regular cloth and chemical spray for dusting. Even better, you can just rinse it when you are done to release all the dust and then you can use it wet, making them the best cleaning cloths for everyday use! When your towel is wet, it works great on smudged dirt, grease and stains. The towel works best when you rinse it and then wring it out as it needs some absorbency to pick up grime. Because microfiber is so absorbent, it is perfect on windows and surfaces that tend to streak. Since these towels can hold up to 7x their own weight in liquid, there is nothing left to streak the surface. This also makes it better than paper towels when cleaning up spills. We’ve even made products just for this task, like our microfiber window cleaning cloths and lens wipes. These are special lint free cloths for smooth surfaces. Go here for some great tips on how to use microfiber to clean glass!