microfiber


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mi·cro·fi·ber

 (mī′krō-fī′bər)
n.
An extremely fine synthetic fiber that can be woven or knit into textiles with the texture and drape of natural-fiber cloth but with enhanced washability, breathability, and water repellancy.

mi•cro•fi•ber

(ˈmaɪ kroʊˌfaɪ bər)
n.
a very fine polyester fiber, weighing less than one denier per filament, used esp. for clothing.
[1985–90]
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Glass Microfiber Filters are for increased throughputs, their major use is as depth prefilter, placed directly on top of a membrane filter.
Needle System Code Needle Type DE Double Eye DRI Triple (Drilling) E, ET Embroidery E ZW1 Embroidery Twin H Household, General Sewing J Jeans J ZWI Jeans Twin L, LL Leather M Microtex (Microfiber or Sharp) MET Metallic MET ZWI Metallic Twin N Topstitching Q Quilting, Piecing S Stretch S ZWI Stretch Twin SUK Jersey Ballpoint WING Wing, Hemstitch ZWI Twin ZWI BR Extra Wide Twin ZWI HO Double Wing NEEDLE TIPS
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A spray bottle works best for this and again use a microfiber cloth to wipe.
* White microfiber dusting pad that picks up loose dirt, hair, fur, and more.
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