When people refer “Green Cleaning” in Microfiber, because by using Microfiber, less chemical is needed. Most people neglect the fact the product itself needs to be “Green”. How to identify if your Microfiber is real “Green”. Below is main factors that a real “Green” Microfiber need to be tested. Most consumers are not familiar with these technical words, but are aware of the side-effects. 1. Detection of Amines Detection limit is 5 ppm (ppm=parts per million=mg/kg) Harm if overdose: Some low molecular weight amines, such as ethylamine, can be adsorbed through the skin, which will produce irritant to the skin, Read More

Microfiber was one of the greatest cleaning innovations in the last 100 years. Due to the thin splitting fiber, it traps dust debris, not pushing it from point A to point B. So much marketing is put into cleaning products, yet the quality of your microfiber contributes to how well it will clean. Quality also determines how long it will last, and how it’s made impacts the chemicals invited into your home and your environment upon disposal. How to evaluate microfiber quality? When quantity equals quality – plush thread count. Our towels are the thickest towel you can find on market. Hold Read More

Microfiber cloth is widely used in residential and janitorial area. Quality varies based on the water absorption, while have you ever thought the cloth can be affecting your health? The dying plays the key role in microfiber splitting, which determines the water absorption ability, not the composition. If manufacturer wants to lower their costing, they will shorten the dyeing process, and use poor quality pigment. We clean with soap and being wet, some hazardous portion like Amines would get into skin and spread and later cause cancer. There are 22 forbidden Amines listed in Oeko-Text Standard 100. Good microfiber does Read More