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    Re: Griots 6in Polisher Question

    Quote Originally Posted by evan631 View Post
    I think I have my wash regimen all squared away. Doing the two bucket method, with grit guards. Dying with waffle weave (looking for something better like a the microfiber thick towel).

    Thanks for the info!
    for a drying towel...look no further than the Griots PFM drying towel.....you`ll never go back to a waffle weave again

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    Re: Griots 6in Polisher Question

    Quote Originally Posted by briarpatch View Post
    for a drying towel...look no further than the Griots PFM drying towel.....you`ll never go back to a waffle weave again
    Beat me to it.

    I’m a big fan of the PFM’s. They’ve got a variety of sizes to match your personal preference (I like the 16x16’s, some like the larger ones. Their huge edgeless one is awesome for matador drying though...). I also really like their 16x9 PFM Detailing Towel (the blue ones) for small touch ups of final buffing of detail sprays etc.

    I do still end up using my waffle weave on the glass, I think just so I don’t feel bad leaving it packed away in a tote forever.

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    Re: Griots 6in Polisher Question

    Like Oneheadlite, I use my WWMFs on the glass (the initial drying before I do `em right) and prefer smaller MFs for drying.

    I too love the Plush MF Drying Towels for the rest of the vehicle, but instead of the PFM (looped nap) I use DryMeCrazy ones from MF Madness (no loops).

    No, I`m not saying mine are better than PFMs, but I prefer the DMCs and there`s certainly nothing wrong with `em.

    Although I blow 99% of the water off before I reach for a towel, and then blow more out of the nooks and crannies afterwards.

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    Re: Griots 6in Polisher Question

    I have found the PFM towel to be one of the single best detailing products I’ve ever used. Drying with them is *effortless*. I only wish they came out years ago.
    Treat it like it`s the only one in the world.
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