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What Are Microfiber Towels?

What exactly is microfiber? If you look at a microfiber cloth, you may think it looks and feels similar to a cotton towel. However, there are some distinct differences. The name gives a hint as to what makes the material different. The fibers that make up the material are very thin. Microfiber varies in the thickness of the fibers based on how it’s manufactured, but it can be on average between 10 and 50 times thinner than a strand of human hair. Microfiber can have about 200,000 fibers covering every square inch.


That thin fiber starts as a mix of polyester and polyamide, which is another name for nylon. Polyester is a strong, durable material that helps the microfiber hold up well. The polyamide portion of the fabric helps with the absorbency quality and makes the towels dry quickly. The exact ratios of those two materials can vary by manufacturer, but most microfiber cloths use both. After being woven together, the fibers are split apart to make them very fine. If you look at the fibers under a microscope, you would see they look a bit like stars. They end up even finer than strands of silk, and the fibers are much thinner than cotton.

The exact thickness of the fibers varies widely by manufacturer. Fibers that measure 1.0 denier or smaller are considered microfiber, but some of the best microfiber materials have a 0.13 denier measurement. Some manufacturers also produce different products with varying measurements to handle different jobs.

Because the fibers are so thin, there are many more of them than you find in cotton and other towels. The increased number of fibers provides greater surface area on the microfiber cloth, which increases its effectiveness in cleaning.

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