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Old 02-09-2008, 07:57 AM   #1
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Microfiber cloths. How do we clean them?

I just got 8 of these guys and some have polish, glaze, and wipings from both. What's the best way to clean these used microfiber towels so they work again as they should.

Washer and dryer ok?
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That's what I do, seems to be o.k.
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Yes, clean them that way, but don't use any fabric softener, it will ruin them.
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they work great for cleaning windows also
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I just throw them in the normal laundry. Sam's Club sells 25 packs of microfiber towels in several fun colors for about 12 bucks so I don't worry about throwing them away if they're a real mess.
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wash on gentle. Use woolite or any liquid detergent. Dry on low heat. Only wash microfiber by itself, or it will pick up lint from other fabrics. Dont use fabric softener. The oils in fabric softener can leave streaks on your paint.

Get some real detailing microfiber. I like waffle weave style. It dries off water and buffs off wax good. If your microfiber sticks to your skin then its probably cheap stuff. Good microfiber makes a big difference and will cause less swirls than the cheap stuff. Check AutoGeek, Autopia-carcare, and PakShak.
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PB! Damn I got the cheap stuff. Going to use this for my household windows and cleaning then.

I won't waffle on my decision to buy these ones.
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