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Old 05-23-2010, 01:53 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I use the Cobra towels and have had really good luck with them. AG had a couple batches that didn't hold up so well but replaced them ASAP at their expense. I must have 75 MF towels and all are Cobra.
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I ordered a bunch of Chemical Guys MF. Offshore at the moment, so I haven't had a chance to use or see it.

Damn this forum, ever since reading more about detailing I've spend about $400 on crap that I probably don't need.
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Well, since there have been some good responses so far, I would like to add some tips to care for Microfiber you guys may find useful. I'm linking to our article on another site, and hope it is OK. If not, I can re-write if you guys like the articles.

Here is an article on how to care for your microfiber:
Proper Microfiber Care – Detailed Image

And here is the second part, on how to store and organize your microfiber:
Microfiber Towel Storage And Organization – Detailed Image

Over the counter microfiber is typically less quality than the stuff you can order. I do like the Orange "Vroom" brand "Premium" towels you can find at Target. Thats about it.
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