Microfiber Dairy Towels

June 24, 2009 07:00 PM

Whitewater, WI -- Microfiber Dairy Towels are soft, durable, reusable and absorb seven times their weight in water. Dairy towels are made of polyester/polyamide microfiber, which is finer than a strand of silk, allowing the fabric to reach into creases and crevices of the udder for more thorough cleaning. The fabric does not kill bacteria but has the property of removing up to 99% of surface bacteria and trapping it until washed out.

Compared with cotton, microfiber is softer, more absorbent, lasts longer and dries faster. Hemmed towels are 12”x12”. The yellow towels are slightly lighter in weight and texture than the blue.

For more information, contact the Coburn Company Inc. at (800) 776-7042 or visit www.coburn.com.

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