What is Microfiber

ABCO Products is a Certified Minority Business Enterprise that manufactures & markets a complete portfolio of cleaning tools for use in the; Jan-San, Food Service, Retail, & Industrial markets. With fast changing market needs as well as commitment to “Green” cleaning initiatives; ABCO Products introduces microfiber floor care products manufactured in our Honduras facility, an industry first as the product range is TAA Compliant & can be bundled into a complete customer solution.


Microfiber textile material composed of polyester & polyamide that is durable; launderable, & displays superior liquid wicking characteristics.

Lint free & ideal for dusting in dry applications without damaging surfaces while retaining all soils; wet pads are the perfect interim floor surface cleaning product that can be used in everyday building maintenance, especially in schools, hospitals & nursing homes along with HACCP compliant programs.

Optimum Contact Surface Cleaning

Microfiber textiles manufactured by ABCO capture & trap; fine soils, dust, dirt, bacteria, & liquids, yielding superior cleaning results as part of a complete facility maintenance program in both dry & wet floor applications.

Reduced use of cleaning chemicals as well as liquids make these products environmentally friendly based on the capillary action of the microscopic pores that absorb quickly & yielding cleaner, dryer surfaces


Commitment to Green

ABCO microfiber products reflect a commitment to Green Building Initiatives; indoor air quality is improved by capture of fine dust & dander in dry use applications as well as reduced use of cleaning chemicals based on minimal water needed & lessened dissipating solids that would otherwise be breathed by building occupants.

Microfiber Care

Microfiber products are launderable; with a life cycle up to 500 washings dependent on abrasion wear from surface contact.

Avoid bleach or highly alkaline detergents as wall as fabric softeners; wash separate from conventional mops in a laundry bag. Avoid drying temperatures in excess of 140 degrees.