|Tackle the tough jobs with a tough towel!|
These microfiber towels have over 200,000 strands of fiber per square inch!
Microfiber technology has advanced to new levels with this amazing towel! Professional detailers and auto enthusiasts use only the best products on their cars. When it comes to detailing there is no substitute for the cutting edge microfiber technology found in the Microfiber Detailing Cloth.
Constructed of the finest quality microfibers the Microfiber Detailing Cloth sets the standard with an outstanding 80/20 blend of polyester/polymide filament, woven so densely they boast over 200,000 strands of fiber per square inch of fabric! These strands are nearly invisible to the naked eye, and are 100 times smaller than a human hair! Some microfiber products available on the market are offered in a “flat” weave, a consistancy that actually repels water, making them useless for cleaning or polishing applications.
The Microfiber Detailing Cloth is manufactured with a unique process known as “splitting”, which refers to the method by which the polyester (the scrubbing fiber) is “split” from the polymide (the absorbing and quick drying fiber). This is a costly procedure that once eliminated, results in a product that loses over half of its absorbing and cleaning ability.
Once the microfibers used in the Microfiber Detailing Cloth have undergone the “splitting” process, the strands are then densely woven into thousands of tiny “loops” that form hook-like claws that act as scrubbers, and can gently get into even microscopic crevices and crannies, lifting away dirt particles and trapping them within the weave.
The pros know there is nothing more aggravating than swirl marks. Microfiber Detailing Cloths have a super soft texture that does not contribute to swirls. A tough towel by any standard! But the density of this cloth makes it so supple, it is completely non-abrasive, and safe to use on even the most delicate painted and plastic surfaces.
Used dry, the Microfiber Detailing Cloth will pick up all foreign materials off any surface. That is because the microfibers are positively charged, so they attract dirt and dust, which is negatively charged. A technologically advanced lint-free cloth, it can’t be beat for applying polishes and one-step cleaners and protectants. This cloth quickly removes wax and polish residues to reveal that showroom shine!
These state of the art cloths are designed to use as dry as possible, reducing or even eliminating the amount of liquid necessary to clean. When used damp the Microfiber Detailing Cloth can tackle any job and clean any surface to perfection! Tough jobs like door jams, step sills, and road wheels suddenly clean with ease! These microfiber towels literally have hundreds of cleaning uses, and are as beneficial in the home or office as they are for automobile, motorcycle, boat and R.V. cleaning tasks! Gentle enough to clean delicate camera lenses, yet powerful enough to take the grease off your rims! Polish chrome, clean brass, pick up virtually any stain (even old ones!), clean leather, plastic, and instrument panels, all with one remarkable cloth!
The environmentally friendly alternative to costly and harmful chemicals the Microfiber Detailing Cloth is also 100% hypoallergenic! You’ll never need to use any other cleaning product!
So easy to care for simply toss the Microfiber Detailing Cloth into your washer set on delicate. We recommend that you always wash these microfiber cloths separately from your other laundry, as the positive static charge will attract the lint in your washer! Never use any type of fabric softener when washing your microfiber cloth, because it can reduce the positive static charge of the filament, and reduce effectiveness. These cloths can be dried in a dryer on low, however it’s not necessary. The cloths are so light they dry in 1/3rd the time of conventional fabric, so they rapidly air dry.
Use the Microfiber Detailing Cloth over and over again. This durable towel can survive and thrive through a minimum of 500 washings!
Cloths are 16”x16”
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