Microfiber has become a staple in many cleaning products, from mop heads to dust clothes and beyond. This material's ability to clean and absorb liquids has made it one of the most sought-after supplies in the industry. With that in mind, the effectiveness of the microfiber is measured by how clean it is kept. Soiled microfiber is no better than a dirty sponge for a cleaning company. Let's take a closer look at the importance of laundering microfiber cleaning products, followed by a guide for that laundering process.