Fleece towels, good or bad?

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  1. Trix0r

    Trix0r New Member

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    Is it bad to apply and wipe off wax and swirl remover with Fleece towels, other than the fact that they leave little hairs.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Just the fact that they leave little hairs would be enough for me not to use them. If they don't leave any scratches behind and the little hairs don't bother you, then use them if you want. You'd be happier with microfiber towels though.
     
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    Trix0r New Member

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    The hairs stay only if the towel is dry. And when I apply the things, the towel is wet.

    But yeah, what you said, if it don't scratch, why not use it?

    Have you ever?
     
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    For the same reason Scott said above, don't use them because they leave lint. :uh:
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I use microfiber towels because they are ultra soft and don't leave lint. I wouldn't use a towel that meant extra work for me to do on a customer's car.
     

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