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Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by nally, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. nally

    nally MPG the new BPH

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    dont get excited i am talking about microfiber

    i got this cheecky little number from primark for £2 been looking for somthing like this for ages. works pretty well

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  3. Juicy Jen

    Juicy Jen Jen @ Juicy Detailing
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    I use a horse....
     
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    CHEZ moderately amusing
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    on top of a radiator
     
  5. vr6gordy

    vr6gordy Well-Known Member

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    dont put em on there ..they will go hard and you will scratch your paint .. let them dry on there own ..hang em up
     
  6. nally

    nally MPG the new BPH

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    i used to keep mine there an was looking for soming like a tie rack but bigger but £2 thats awsome
     
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    ah! your prob right! i only stick them there when the tumble drier is full! failing that they go on the washing line in garden unless its raining!
    point noted! thanks mate!:rock:
     
  8. cloughy

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    Airing cupboard with my skiddies
     
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    vr6gordy Well-Known Member

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    airing cupboard will get to warm and make em go hard .. let them air to get dry ... after i wash em i just hang em in the shed to dry plus if i washed propley in white vineger IN THE WASHING MACHINE they come out like new (SHH DONT TELL THE WIFE )
     
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    Is that blue one folded in the bottom the nice fluffy freebie if you spend £100+ with juicy Jen? I just tumble dry mine, they don't seem to go hard.
     
  11. nally

    nally MPG the new BPH

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    £4 adsa special lol got 3 of em
     
  12. FranA3

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    so do i :)
     
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    My towels hang on some nails on the shed wall.

    What is the best way to wash these though? in the washing machine, but what soap do you use? if any? and how often?
     
  14. John @ PB

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    Wash after every use at a 40degree wash: liquid non-bio detergent, no fabric softener.

    I like to tumble dry towels as it shakes loose fibres out.



    And this.....Microfiber Madness Dry Me Crazy Towel | Microfiber Madness Car Care & Detailing Products is the best drying towel I've ever used.

    :)
     
  15. vr6gordy

    vr6gordy Well-Known Member

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    dont you any soap or fabric condishioner use white vinigar only ..and dont tumble dry the heat shrinks them
     
  16. Rogue-24-84

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    rinse mine out then hang on the washing line
     
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    Thanks for the info.

    Do you guys tend to try and use the same cloth for the same part of the car? or after they are washed you just use whichever one for any application?
     
  18. Rogue-24-84

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    i have about 6 of each coulor cloth so tbh i have no idea which one im pullin out my kit bag lol, they all go in the wash tho after each clean (might aswell wash the lot as wash 2-3) so i know im always picking out clean cloths next time :)
     
  19. nally

    nally MPG the new BPH

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    i use diff colours have about 6 in each colour then the bigger drying towls
    yellow interior
    blue bodywork
    pink metalwork
     

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