When you’re done cleaning with your microfiber cloth, rinse it out for about 30 seconds until the water washes away the dirt, debris, and cleaner.
Getting rid of the dirt and debris will result in an even cleaner cloth and help keep your washing machine clean as well.
Step Two: Separate the Bathroom and Kitchen Microfiber Cloths From Those Used for Lighter Cleaning
The cloths you use in the kitchen and bathroom are more likely to be contaminated with germs than those used in other areas of your home. By keeping them separate, you will avoid contaminating perfectly germ-free cloths.
Step Three: Pre-Soak the Dirty Cloths in a Bucket With Detergent
Fill two buckets with warm water and a small amount of detergent. Place the kitchen and bathroom cloths in one bucket and the rest of the dirty cloths in the other. Allow them to soak for at least thirty minutes.
Step Four: Wash the Cloths in a Washing Machine With Warm Water
TIP: Wash microfiber cloths together without any other towels or clothes. The lint from cotton and other materials can get stuck and damage the microfibers.
Step Five: Hang Cloths to Air Dry or Tumble Dry With No Heat
Drape the microfiber cloths over a drying rack or clothesline to air dry.
Alternatively, you can dry them in your dryer. Clean any lint out of your dryer first. Load the machine and tumble the cloths with no heat until they are dry.
If you use the low heat setting on your dryer, which I do not advise, be sure to take out the cloths as soon as they are dry. They dry rapidly.
Fold, and you’re done!
Post time: Jan-17-2022