How It Works
Microfiber as a raw material was first invented by Dr. Miyoshi Okamoto of Japan in the late 1970's and the first commercial production of microfiber commenced in 1989.
Since that time microfiber has been enhanced a thousand fold and endless new applications are still being discovered. One of the most exciting uses to emerge for this new textile is within the cleaning industry. When high-quality microfiber is combined with the right knitting process, it creates an extremely effective cleaning material.
Because microfibers have created a small revolution in the cleaning world, its impact, besides being labour and cost saving, is environmentally friendly and safe for use around babies, toddlers and young children.