Uses for microfiber cleaning cloths include cleaning, polishing, dusting, bathing and getting rid of stains. Some of the main reasons individuals opt for microfiber cleaning cloths are to save money, reduce waste and eliminate the need for cleaning products, which can sometimes be harmful to the environment.
Microfiber cleaning cloths can be used for cleaning food residue, grease and dirt from counter tops, stove tops, appliances and floors in the kitchen and the walls of the shower in the bathroom. The cloths can also be used on mirrors, windows, fixtures and other surfaces that require polishing or have a shiny surface. Using the cloths to dust ensures that dust is trapped in the cloth rather then sent into the air where it can resettle on another surface. Microfiber cleaning clothes may also reduce the need to dust as often.
Microfiber cleaning cloths can also be used as an alternative to soap and as a makeup remover. Individuals who are concerned about chemicals, dyes and other potentially toxic ingredients in their soaps may opt to use microfiber cleaning cloths instead. In this way, the cloths can reduce the number of chemicals washed down the drain and into the water supply. Some microfiber cloths are also made with silver, which has natural antibacterial properties.