Microfiber was developed in early 80's. It is composed with Polyester and Polyamide in one fiber (under 0.1 denier). In the dying process, these fiber are separated in 13~16 triangle shape parts. As a result, the thickness of one microfiber become under 0.01 denier. All of Microfiber products' characteristics are generated from this finest fibers and narrow spaces...Most microfiber cloths come with a label stating 80% Polyester and 20% Polyamide, other less quality microfiber cloths will be 85%/15% which you can expect to find in convenient stores. Then there is the 70% Polyester, 30% Polyamide blend which is our best combination for premium microfiber.
You may ask yourself, Is Microfiber and ECO cloth? The answer would be yes because of water conservation. Why you ask? Because these cloths can absorb more than cotton cloths and are designed to be used in place of other towels and cloths used for cleaning and drying eliminating the need to use throw away cloths like paper towels. Also microfiber will outlast traditional cotton textiles.