Features of Ultra-Thick Microfiber Glasses Cleaning Cloth
GoGoNano microfiber glasses cleaning cloth is designed with a focus on quality and efficiency. Its extra thickness and suede-like texture make it ideal for tackling tough smudges on a variety of surfaces, from iPhone screens to MacBook displays and delicate camera lenses. The cloth’s ability to be washed and reused makes it an eco-friendly choice for those who prefer a sustainable cleaning solution.
- Gently wipe surfaces with the cloth to remove dust, oil, and smudges.
- Suitable for a wide range of electronic devices and delicate items.
- Store the cloth in a case with glasses for convenience and easy portability.
Microfiber cloths are a versatile and effective cleaning tool that can be used on a wide range of surfaces. With their unique microfiber construction, they are able to trap dirt, dust, and other particles without the need for harsh chemicals or cleaning agents. In addition, microfiber cloths are durable and reusable, making them a cost-effective and environmentally friendly option for cleaning.
If you want to learn more about the benefits of microfiber cloths, check out our guide “The Ultimate Cleaning Companion: The Benefits of Microfiber Cloths”.
Washing Instructions for Glasses Cleaning Cloth
To maintain the quality and effectiveness of microfiber eyeglass cleaning cloth, it is recommended that they be machine washed in warm water (around 40 to 60 °C or 100 to 140 °F) with a gentle detergent that is colorless, odorless, bleach and fabric softener free. The use of hot water should be avoided as it can damage the fibers of the cloth.
When drying microfiber cloth, it is recommended to tumble dry on low heat only and avoid ironing. Fabric softeners should not be used as they deposit on the microfiber and reduce its effectiveness. It is also prohibited to use chlorine on microfiber towel. To maintain the dirt-absorbing properties of the cloths, it is advisable to wash only with other lint-free fabrics and avoid washing with cotton.
For a more comprehensive guide on caring for microfiber cloths, consider reading our “Guide for Washing Microfiber Cloths & Towels“.