What Is a Lint Free Cloth?


Lint free cloth refers to a cloth that does not give up fluff when being used. It is mainly used for cleaning surfaces and also for applying products to rough surfaces. Examples of lint free cloth include cotton and linen fabric that is smooth.
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Lint free cloth is manufactured from best quality Polyester and is used for cleaning glasses, spectacles, PC, Machine parts, Platform and also for Industrial use. The smooth surface of the fabric does not keep any mark on the surface under treatment.
A lint free cloth is a piece of fabric that does not leave any residue or fluff on a clean smooth surface when used for cleaning. Lint free fabrics are the best when cleaning surfaces like smooth glass and tiles since they are non-abrasive and the finish is appealing. The most common is a microfibre cloth.
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