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Thread: Terry Towels to Remove Wax?
03-26-04, 10:51 #13
If you get terri cloth, get a good brand, like Fieldcrest, and a light color. Dyes make fibers stiffer.
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03-26-04, 02:30 #14
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Also look for 100% cotton terry. Some towels (even those marketed for cars) have poly in them, which I have read will scratch, causing swirls. I have always used 100% cotton, so I don't know if that's true, but I'd hate to find out the hard way!TwoTooBlack
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03-26-04, 04:13 #15
Originally posted by TwoTooBlack
Some towels (even those marketed for cars) have poly in them, which I have read will scratch, causing swirls.
If you're concerned about the issue, then go with mf's. Terry is good, and will have a place in most everyone's "black bag," but mf's rock.
While I'm at it, the phrase "you get what you pay for" is entirely true, so get a quality towel form the likes of CMA, PakShak, or Autopia. Once you hold a towel from one of these places and then go feel a towel from Wally's you'll be amazed. PakShak also has very quick shipping and an Autopia discount...just e-mail him. CMA is in Florida and Autopia is in California, so what ever is closer to you will work. BTW, Pakshak is in Hawaii, but he uses Priority mail which is pretty quick.2001 Jetta Wolfsburg Edition, White with Black interior, Sunroof, Monsoon stereo
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03-29-04, 04:11 #16
Originally posted by ajbarnes
That's if you are trying to remove polish. Terry's work awesome to remove polishes, but I have a difficult time trying to remove polishes with MF's. If I'm removing carnauba's, glazes/sealants, MF's work like a charm and also do a great job of preventing marring, streaking, or swirling while removing carnauba's, glazes and sealants.
Maybe it's the MF brands I've bought, or certain waxes/sealants, but in my experience 100% cotton plush terry is much easier to use. As always, individuals' experiences will vary due to a variety of factors.
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