Retail Ready Packaging

Effects of Tariffs

Shaxon has always been committed to delivering high quality products to consumers at the lowest cost. For many years Shaxon has absorbed increased raw materials and operating costs.

A limited amount of inventory is maintained at our production and warehouse facility in Anaheim, CA. Costs are expected to rise as this inventory is depleted and replenished from our supply chain.

The latest tariffs imposed on raw materials and finished goods will result in an immediate cost increase between 25% and 40% in the marketplace. Shaxon will absorb as much of the increase as possible to sustain our commitment of providing the lowest cost to our consumers.

Please visit the U.S. Customs and Border Protection site for more information regarding Section 301 Trade Remedies to be Assessed on Certain Products from China.

 

California Prop 65 Warnings

On August 30, 2016, the Office of Administrative Law approved the adoption of amendments to Article 6, Clear and Reasonable Warnings, of the California Code of Regulations. This regulatory action repeals all the regulatory provisions of Title 27 of the California Code of Regulations, Article 6 (sections 25601 et seq.), except those added via an emergency rule-making in April 2016 related to warnings for exposures to bisphenol A in canned foods and beverages (Sections 25603.3(f) and (g)). The action will replace the repealed sections with a new regulation divided into two new Sub-articles to Article 6. The repealed and new regulations provide, among other things, methods of transmission and content of warnings deemed to be compliant with the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (Proposition 65).

The regulation will be operative on August 30, 2018. In the interim, businesses may comply with the regulation in effect on August 30, 2016, or the provisions of the new regulation. This will allow for a reasonable transition period for businesses to begin providing warnings under the new provisions.

Please visit www.p65warnings.ca.gov For additional information and self education.

About Microfiber Cloths

About our microfiber cloths.

Microfiber cloths have become increasingly popular with consumers in recent years. Cloths are commonly manufactured with synthetic threads that have a diameter smaller than a strand of silk. Fibers are then used to produce a woven or non woven product. The most popular form of microfiber cloths are produced from woven fibers that have been split in the manufacturing process. The combinations, shape, and size of the fibers allow manufacturers to produce cloth with different characteristics.

 

Microfiber closeup for quality check

What makes a great microfiber cleaning cloth?

The most common microfiber cloths are composed of a blend of woven polyamide and polyester threads that have been split. Cloths that are made with this blend of materials and the right knitting process are incredibly effective, soft, and durable. These cloths can absorb oils and many times their weight in water and are not hard enough to scratch unless they have retained particles from previous use. A high quality microfiber cloth will grip on a microscopic scale and should feel like it is sticking to the fine details of your hands.


Used at home and in professional cleaning applications.

The characteristics and durability of our microfiber cloths have made them popular with professionals and every day cleaning at home.

  • Automobile enthusiasts and detail teams use microfiber cloths for their versatility. They can be used to remove wax from paint, clean glass, remove interior dust, and for drying.
  • Janitorial services and home owners use microfiber cloths because the durability makes them last longer than a cloth made from organic fibers and they are more economical than paper towels.
  • Professional photographers frequently use microfiber cloths on lenses and equipment to absorb and clean debris without leaving residue behind or being abrasive.

Proper care for our microfiber cloths.

It is important to wash microfiber cloth in hot water with regular washing detergent. Self-softening detergents contain oils that will make the fibers of the cloth less effective until it is properly washed. Cloths are made from synthetic materials and the fibers will melt together in the high heat of tumble dryers. You may tumble dry the cloth without dryer sheets and only on the low heat setting.

Quality is our number one priority

Shaxon adopted the ISO 9001 standards program as well as the IPC/WHMA certified training program in addition to many other certifications and testing programs in order to meet our quality goals. The result of these measures is improved accountability, organization, manufacturing consistency and quality.