MicroFiber is a man-made product that consists of two fibers, Polyester and Polymide. The Polyester is the scrubbing and cleaning fiber, while the Polymide is the absorbing and quick drying fiber. Each square inch in a MicroFiber towel contains approximately 90,000 MicroFibers. MicroFiber is a lint free, non-abrasive, and hypoallergenic products. Unlike ordinary cotton towels that move, or push, the dirt and dust from one point to another, MicroFiber actually gets underneath the dirt and lifts it from the surface. It then stores the dirt particles in the towel until it is washed. MicroFiber is very absorbent and can hold up to seven times its weight in moisture providing "streak-free" cleaning. MicroFiber cloths are safe on all surfaces.
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This is priced and sold as a 3 pack.