Definition of microfiber
: a fine usually soft polyester fiber; also : a fabric made from such fibers
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To dust, use a microfiber cloth or your vacuum's brush attachment, Toni Hammersley writes in The Complete Book of Clean.
Tons of options here, between the interchangeable cabling and the mesh/microfiber earpads.
The Microsoft Surface Laptop comes in four colors — gold, platinum, blue, and burgundy — and ditches a metal area around the keyboard for soft microfiber.
The device comes in four colors, gold, platinum, blue, and burgundy and ditches a metal area around the keyboard for soft microfiber.
Consider that when buying new electronic devices, and dust older ones at least once a week with a microfiber cloth.
Pro tip: Using one wet and one dry microfiber cloth won't leave streaks.
His initiative raised money to purchase 600 microfiber bags for his fellow students that included the school’s logo, in which students or parents who pledged to place their cell phones in them while driving.
The blanket, made with microfiber and satin, doubles as a screen-cleaning cloth.
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