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Soaking And Wiping Cloth Can Further Enhance Its Ability To Capture Particles
Jun 20, 2017

Soaking and wiping cloth can further enhance its ability to capture particles. Not only can the surface tension of the liquid reduce, but also to achieve better contact. Dry cleaning can capture and retain some particles from the surface, but the attraction of the dry wiping cloth must be stronger than the adhesion of the surface. If there is nothing special to attract particles to remain on the wiping cloth, then after wiping, there will always be some particles remaining on the surface.

The use of wet wipes can make particles more likely to remain on the surface. Because wet wipes can make particles more likely to remain on the wiping cloth. Because the moisture on the wet wipe has a capillary force, it will peel the particles off the surface and retain the wiping cloth.

Once the wiping cloth is removed from the environment, the particles will follow, which is one of the most effective ways to remove particles from the clean room surface. In addition, the use of wet wipe liquid is also key. Because if the wiping cloth is wet, the particles will be deposited on the surface. If you simply move around like this, you will not be caught in the wiping cloth.

However, the wiping cloth can only remove pollution when it is in contact with each other. Once again, you must be careful to make sure that you have intimate contact with the surface of the cleaning or disinfecting area. Unless you do it carefully, the effect of manual wiping is very variable. The use of wiping tools, such as isolating cleaning tools and mops, can reduce surface contact variables. Wood lines, doors, window frames and seams pose challenges to good surface contact.


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