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#1 thevolvoguy


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Posted 02 March 2003 - 07:58 PM

For Christmas this year, my mom got some Microfiber dish towels in her stocking, seeing them on Christmas day, I imediately took the towels and gave them the CD test. They passed, not only did they pass... but with flying colors. I rubbed as hard as I could and did not manage to get one micro scartch.

I was pretty amused. I forgot about them until the other day when I was looking at *cough* shower curtains at Linen's & Things. I saw the MF's and had to go take a look. They were only $9.99 for a 2 pack, and they are HUGE! I think around 16x24 inches. They also came in 4 or 5 different colors to chose from. I got 2 of each.

The only down side I have found in these towels is only in the white ones, they tend to leave microscopic lint pieces that you can only see on glass or dark colors. No real prob. though.

I would definately reccomed trying these out. You will find them in the dish towel section of the store, and they are labeled as dish towels.
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#2 Roderigo


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Posted 02 March 2003 - 08:19 PM

Thanks for the tip, ill take a look.
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#3 bretfraz


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Posted 02 March 2003 - 08:30 PM

Typical retail MF's. Every one I've tried left lint.

The biggest reason mail order MF's cost so much is their QC. Places like CMA reject product if they don't meet their high quality spec, and that includes lint.

At $5.00 each they'd better be bigger. I highly recommend sticking with the proven mail order MF suppliers if you want the best product. CMA, Neatitems, Yo Steve, Pakshak, and Microfibertech.

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