Microfiber vs Cotton Sheets

Cozy blanket is the needs of all family members to warm the body, especially when the rainy season like now. The presence of a warm blanket in the room will make a break getting good rest and relax. Choose Blanket Materials are also essential for warmth and comfort based on the materials used. For those of you who live with the majority of countries to experience a cold blanket, with thick and comfortable and able to provide warmth. This is included in one of the tips in the selection of blankets. Usually the quilt kind of microfiber and Cotton Sheets are the most widely used especially in our room there was a room or air conditioner as the air conditioner. Here we provide in the form of versus Microfiber vs. Cotton Sheets.

What is Microfiber?

Microfiber is a term used to describe a very fine fiber and fiber development technology to mention this. Fabrics made from yarn extra smooth produces a very gentle touch, such as a towel, mop and many other applications such as, bath robe, towels, etc. Many definitions of microfiber but most say in general terms as the thread that has the size of a fineness of less than 1 denier per filament. The mention of microfiber refers to the technology development of fine fiber only 0.006 mm in diameter which means 10 times smoother than silk, cotton 30 times, 40 times out of wool, and 100 times that of a human hair.

Microfiber is a product free of fibers, non-abrasive, and hypoallergenic that allows you to clean without using chemicals. Unlike traditional paper and cotton products wipe or MOP cotton that tends to push the dirt and dust, microfiber actually absorbs dirt and germs, lifting them from the surface and trapping them until the cloth or mop is washed. Therefore, the chemicals are not needed. Microfiber absorbs in the super and can hold up to seven times the weight of water-this is what makes the MOP microfiber cloth and even more special. The fabric is microfiber is safe on all surfaces. Microfiber can be used with a diluted disinfectant. If you choose to use the chemicals, you can use fewer chemicals, dilute with water.

What is Cotton Sheets?

Cotton Sheets are also called cotton fiber, formerly the already known approximately 5000 years BC, according to experts, India is the country’s oldest use cotton. It is a cotton material that is not fixed, so it is difficult to know the nature of the interface. Cotton fabric is the least expensive of the other natural fiber materials. Cotton Sheets have a profitable properties are properties that are strong in the wet state increased by 25%, it can absorb water (hygroscopic), heat resistant, high iron and hold the medicines. Besides its profitable above there is the nature of the disadvantage, namely cotton sheets is not resistant to mineral acids and organic acids (though organic acids are often used for woven), cotton sheets less chewy which causes easily tangled, and cotton sheets can shrink when washed, cotton cloth should be stored dry or in circumstances where it’s not humid. The advantages of cotton material itself is smooth and soft texture as well as strong and durable. If it is used it will feel comfortable in my body and not hot. The treatment of cotton is also very easy because made of natural fibers and will not cause allergies at the Agency. (Have a look : Sateen vs Cotton Sheets)

Features and Benefits of Microfibers

· Hypoallergenic, so as not to create problems for allergy sufferers or asthma.
· Water absorption very high i.e. 7 times than the weight of the cloth itself.
· Dry faster, 1/3 than ordinary cleaning rag.
· Support the movement “green” because it proved to be environmentally friendly, does not require SOAP or chemical impurity.
· It can last a long time, so it can be used hundreds of times (more than 200 times).
· Environment be clean because it is free of fluff (lint).
· Use only with normal water, 99.94% effective to avoid bacteria and surfaces. Compared to conventional mop cleaners and cloths that use disinfectant cleaner or bleaching, only 91.89% effective.
· More than 4 times more effectives from ordinary cleaning rag.
· Look more luxurious, and can last longer because the product contains more than 200.000 fiber per square inch.
· Do not affect negatively to the value in the surface clean.
· Microfiber mops magnifies the area that can be cleaned up than conventional mop, so 5 times cheaper to clean.
· Reduce the possibility of spills of chemicals when using microfiber cloths and mop because the chemicals are not needed.
· Reducing accidents slip and fall because the surface is cleaned with a microfiber mop will dry more quickly than a conventional mop.
· Microfiber can be used to insert the baby cloth diapers because of high power absorbtion and anti-bacterial.

Features and Benefits of Cotton Sheets

· The build quality of the cotton sheets is most certainly above average. We determine this by examining every inch of the stitching, material quality, and overall construction.
· With a 600 thread count, the Woven cotton sheets can be considered a luxury cotton sheet set. The 600 thread count is a bit of a misnomer. Since these sheets are two sided Malouf is adding the sides together. Individually you have two separate sides, each with a thread count of 300, which is still very much in the luxury end of sheets.
· The Woven cotton sheets have a soft, welcoming feel about them. While they are quite thin, the blend of cotton and polyester provides an enjoyable feel.
· The breathability of these sheets is on par with the best 100% cotton set I have tested to date and a noted level better than average cotton sheets.
· The design of these sheets allows them to breathe extremely well. This is a major plus for those sleepers who really love the feel of cotton sheets, but tend to avoid them simply because of the lack of airflow.


Both microfiber and cotton sheets can be washed and dried with ordinary washers and dryers. Cotton sheets will take longer to dry because of their thicker fabric, and may shrink with the first washing, but they can be sold as “pre-shrunk” by the manufacturer. Microfiber sheets can be made from synthetic or natural fibers, such as cellulose or wood pulp, and may also shrink with the first washing. Which one is based on your types?