A Microfiber should not be used like a rag, they are much more than that!
Because of the makeup of the microfibers, using microfiber cloths for cleaning can make housekeeping both easier and more effective.
Cloths not made from microfiber tend to push dirt and gunk around on surfaces, so cleaning can be a real bear. The beauty of microfiber cloths is that the split fibers they’re made up create more surfaces that can hook onto dirt, dust and even bacteria. Many viruses are a bit too small to be scooped up by microfibers, but still — a cloth with fibers so small it can snag bacteria is pretty impressive, right? Because of this, you can use microfiber cloths for cleaning many surfaces with nothing more than water.
Have you ever wiped down your kitchen counter with a cotton cloth and then had to go back over it with a paper towel to get rid of the moisture and left-behind debris? Well, microfiber can be used dry, so you eliminate the need for that second round of swiping. As if that wasn’t exciting enough, polyester and fats play well together, which means microfiber is great for lifting grease and oil off surfaces without the aid of strong chemical cleaning agents.
To Clean the microfiber Clean your cloths in the washer using warm water and a gentle liquid detergent. Afterwards, place the cloths in the dryer on low heat with no dryer sheet. Check back in a few minutes as it takes very little time for microfiber to dry. IF YOU USE A Dryer sheet with a load of microfibers, you have ruined the agents in the fabric. Additionally you do not use with an oily cleaner like Pledge. This oil will contaminate the fibers, and now you are left with a rag.