I’m still intrigued by these tiny cleaning cloths for glasses.
Why are they so small and hard to come by?
I admit, in these super-size-me times of ours it bothers me that the power chord on our coffee maker is so short. Granted, our kitchen is somewhat dated, and accordingly, appliances have to fight over only a couple of electrical outlets; but, still, why cut that corner? And what about those charger chords? I’m not the only one asking this question.
But then there’s the puny microfiber cleaning cloth that you get with your new glasses for your Lilliputian fingers. Now, in some ways it reminds me of those old fold-up rain ponchos (click here for reminder). You know, the kind you only used once because you couldn’t fold it up again and fit it back into the palm-size carrying pouch. The difference here is that, once you’ve unfolded the microfiber cleaning cloth, it seems to get even smaller somehow!
If you have any questions about Polyester Microfilament Woven Fabrics, click on this illuminating reference: Hatice Kübra Kaynak and Osman Babaarslan (2012). Polyester Microfilament Woven Fabrics, Woven Fabrics, Prof. Han-Yong Jeon (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-51-0607-4.