Microfiber cloths work differently in cleaning than the traditional cotton rags. Microfibers act like a scraper while they lift and trap the dirt and moisture in the nooks and crannies of the individual fibers rather than just pushing the dirt from one point to another as the traditional cotton fiber does.
Each microfiber has a system of hook like claws that will snare dirt and dust, as well as pollen and other allergy producing particles that are common in homes and offices. At the end of a swipe with the cleaning cloth, rather than trying to manually lift the dirt as is done with a traditional cotton rag, the microfiber will store the dirt within the cloth until it is washed.
The Color Coded Cleaning System combines superior cleaning technology with the productivity and sanitation benefits of visual coding. For the first time, their ergonomic cleaning products are available with color-coded enhancements that help your employees easily organize both their equipment and their workday. The results are improved performance, better sanitation and cleaner facilities.