The specialty of the Renideo Sjaj (Shine) cloth is in (its) name itself. In just a few light strokes with a dry or damp, firmly squeezed cloth, you get a dazzling appearance of glossy surfaces.
Renideo surface care cloths are very easy to maintain – easy to wash and dry quickly and wash without problems with the rest of the laundry in the washing machine. Their chemical resistance is satisfactory, but proper maintenance requires avoiding aggressive softeners as well as washing at 60°C.
Their chemical resistance is satisfactory, but proper maintenance means washing at 60°C and requires avoiding aggressive softeners. Never enough caution, so a specially durable mesh bag made of 100 polyester used to wash renideo patches in the washing machine is designed for grouping and extra protection.
The microfibers that make the RENIDEO cloth are so fine that they can go deep into the surface which is to be cleaned and are extremely good at removing dust, prints and marks from water.
Using a Renideo cloth is cost effective in the long run. It reduces the use of cleanser and saves time and energy.
If you follow the instructions of the RENIDEO cloth,it can last over 100 washes.
The fibers from which the Renideo cloth for the care of the surfaces are made consist of 80% polyester and 20% polyamides. In the subsequent chemical process, the two-component fibers are separated to the microfiber level.
The internationally agreed unit for measuring the finesse of fiber is tex. One tex is the mass in grams of one kilometer yarn. The system is decimal and uses metric system units. By comparison, the cotton thread has 200 dtex-a finesse, human hair 20 dtex, silk 8, and microfiber RENIDEO cloths for care surfaces only 0.3 dtexa.
The secret to why the RENIDEO cloth is so good at cleaning is in its composition and mechanical properties. Microfibers of such exceptional fineness of rich structure can mechanically accept and “capture” dust particles, while cotton fibres only “move” them.
The advantage of polyester is that it cleans, and polyamide provides the ability to absorb and retain fluid.
“In order for the knitted material to have stability, the mesh of 100 polyester is twisted into the center of the fabric and thus the composition of the material of the whole fabric moves in favor of polyester to 82% / 18 % polyamid instead of 80 PES / 20 PA”.