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Cloth Addiction keeps iPad screens clean

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Nov '10
"Cloth Addiction" microfiber cloths can make dirty screens a thing of the past. CTA Products has launched a new generation of microfiber cloths designed to meet a new demand - keeping the iPad and other tablet screens clean.

This new generation cloth has ultra thin fibers, twice as thin as existing microfiber cloths. These fibers are so thin that if you laid out 10,000 miles of the fiber the total weight would only be one ounce! According to CTA, the super fine fibers make the cloth more effective than other microfiber cloths at picking up dirt on electronic screens.

CTA has named their product "Cloth Addiction" after a user told them the product works so well every time that they are addicted to it.

The iPad sold millions of units in the first few months since introduction. People love touch screen technology. However, the problem with touch screens is that they get dirty quickly and frequently. Users get annoyed looking at dirty screens. Screens that get filled with fingerprints and smudges can be distracting and take away from their enjoyment.

CTA saw that existing microfiber cloths weren't doing a good job in keeping up with the needs of touch screen users and saw the need for more advanced fiber technology. Their goal was to develop a microfiber cloth that worked to make screen cleaning as easy as possible.

CTA believes that users of touch screens are discriminating in their choice of screen cleaning cloths since the screens get dirty constantly, and not enough emphasis has been placed on developing the highest quality cloth for these users. CTA has been a direct importer of microfiber products since 1996.

CTA Products LLC


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