How to Care for Microfiber Towels

Properly care for your microfiber towels to ensure they last a long time and offer the best value. 

These are some guidelines to help you wash and dry your microfiber towels. 

  • To keep microfiber towels fresh and to kill bacteria, wash them regularly.
  • Avoid washing microfiber with cotton as it can clog microfibers and stick on towels. 
  • Always use warm water to wash your hands, not hot. 
  • Avoid using fabric softener as it can cause microfibers to clog. 
  • Use a mild detergent .
  • Bleach is not recommended for use unless towels are marked as "bleach-safe" or "bleachproof". 
  • Dry towels at low temperatures. Higher temperatures can cause microfiber to melt. 
  • Avoid harsh chemicals like acid and d-limonene as they can cause damage to microfibers.

FAQs about Microfiber Towels Pros and Cons

Kingmax experts can answer your questions on microfiber towel pros or cons. 

These are the most frequently asked questions that our customer service representatives receive from customers.

Are microfiber towels worth it?

Although we might be biased, it is true that we are! 

Microfiber towels are a great investment because of their durability and long-lasting cleaning ability. 

You can also get towels at a lower per-unit cost if you purchase directly from Kingmax.

What are the Best Microfiber Towels for You?

These microfiber towels are some of the best we have found. 

They can be used for many purposes. 

Microfiber Towels (30 gsm/pc): 12''x12''

Microfiber Towels (35 gsm/pc): 16''x16'' 

Microfiber Towels (45 gsm/pc): 16''x16'' 

Microfiber Towels (49 gsm/pc): 16''x16'' 

Microfiber Suede Window Cloths, 16x16 inches (Sold by the case) 

Microfiber Waffle Cloths (55 gsm, 15 Dozen per Pack): 16''x16'' 

Microfiber hand car wash towels (80 gsm/pc: 16''x27"' 

Disposable microfiber flat mop frames (SmartPads Box). 

Microfiber bar mops with center stripe: 15'x18" 

Microfiber Rags (12''x12") 

What are the disadvantages of microfiber? 

There are few disadvantages to microfiber towels over other types, as we have already discussed in the pros and cons section. 

It is a personal choice thing. 

Some people prefer microfiber to cotton. People may choose to use cotton because it is gentler on sensitive skin than microfiber.

Are Microfibers Bad for the Environment

Microfiber cloth is made from synthetic material that has been derived from petroleum oil. It is therefore not sustainable.

They can be cleaned with water only, which is better for the planet and your health. Microfiber towels can be used for hundreds, if not thousands of times. 

They are also much more sustainable than single-use paper towels and other towels that have to be changed frequently.

Why should you not use microfiber cloth?

There are many uses for microfiber towels. It is up to you to decide what to do with them. 

However, cotton towels and washcloths are preferred by many people. Cotton pool towels are the best for drying off after a swim. For cleaning, a microfiber towel is the best choice. Just check out our list of microfiber towel pros and con's.

Kingmax Offers Microfiber Towels of High Quality at Amazing Prices
We have a wide selection of towels that can be used by any business or athletic team. Our towels are soft, absorbent and long-lasting. 

Contact our experts at (0086)-21-61552776 if you have questions about the pros and cons of microfiber towels.

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