I’d like you all to know that I’m from the old school of detailing. My father taught me to care for our family car with a wash bucket, Dawn soap and any old rag or sponge that happened to be around. We did use a chamois to dry with, however! Though the feel and smell of a chamois is nostalgic, I’m now sold on microfibers. The best microfiber products, which were designed specifically to do a certain job, can’t be beat at what they do. They are the professional athletes of detailing. Science has certainly contributed to car care through the invention of microfiber.
We offer a large selection of top-quality microfiber tools for every single detailing job under the sun. Should you need help deciding which one(s) you need, call us and one of our knowledgeable microfiber experts will take care of you.
I could go on and on about the wonders of microfiber, but I’ll let you read about it for yourself, below. But, for the record, once you try them you’ll want to have them all!
This new technology is revolutionizing the detailing world.
Whether you choose the "Original Miracle Towel", the Cobra Detailing Cloth, or Glass Cleaning Cloth, Waffle Weave Towel, microfiber pad, mitt or glove...you will find the job gets done quickly, with less effort, and with spectacular results!
Microfiber is what?
Microfiber is a man-made material that combines two fibers, polyester and polyamide(a nylon by-product).The polyester gives the material strength and durability, the polyamide allows the fabric to be tremendously absorbent and quick drying.
These New upgraded microfiber towels have over 200,000 strands of fiber per square inch.
One strand of this Ultra Microfiber is 10 times finer than silk and 100 times smaller than a human hair. It is softer, finer and more absorbent than any other Microfiber or conventional cloth available today. And,it absorbs seven times its weight in moisture.
Caring for any of these microfiber towels is easy.
Wash the cloth in the washing machine with a bleach-free, fabric softener-free detergent. Line dry or dry in the clothes dryer on low heat. Do not iron.