Microfibre Cloths and Mops

High-tech microfibre cloths and mops are an integral part of CrestClean’s Green Cleaning practices. Developed during the 1990s, microfibre cloths have made a huge impact on the cleaning industry, and are widely used in European and Scandinavian countries. 

Cloths are woven from a polyester thread so fine it’s almost hard to see – 10 kilometres of microfibre thread will weigh less than 1 gram.

The fine fibres attract and “hook” dirt, debris and grime, allowing surfaces to be cleaned with less effort than traditional cloths and generally with little or no chemicals used. This very efficient method of cleaning with a minimisation of chemicals saves money as well as protects users and the environment. Microfibre does not scratch or harm soft surfaces and can be used wet or dry.

microfibre-clothsAll CrestClean cleaning teams use microfibre as part of their environmentally responsible cleaning. For this, we train our personnel to use a system of colour-coded cloths, to prevent cross contamination when performing general surface wiping.

Microfibre cloths are also excellent for interior glass, door handles and other shiny or high gloss surfaces.

Microfibre mops come with different heads for either dry or wet use and are really efficient for vinyl floors and tiles.

CrestClean’s use of technology and modern cleaning systems allows us to provide customers with a high quality service at an economical price. Microfibre makes for a very efficient method of cleaning, and the minimisation of chemicals saves money as well as protects users and the environment.

Crest Commercial Cleaning Ltd

P O Box 740
Dunedin 9054
New Zealand
Telephone: +64-3-477 1126
Fax: +64-3-477 1194

Email: service@crestclean.co.nz

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