Microfiber care after using them with wax

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Jerboy, Apr 16, 2006.

  1. Jerboy

    Jerboy Guest

    What's the best way to reclaim them, so they can be used again?
    Is it a good idea to keep the waxing one dedicated for waxing?
     
  2. Parabellum

    Parabellum Molon Labe!

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    What I do while I'm detailing is keep a bucket of warm water mixed with some woolite to let them pre-soak.

    As they get used up I throw them in there.

    I leave them there over night and then wash them the next day.


    When I first started I used to keep seperate towels for removing wax, compound, interior work, and quick detailing. But now I have so many I just use the cheap costco ones for interior work. High quality ones for removing wax and polish/compounds. And my really good towels for quick detailing.
     
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    n2_space Space > *.*

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    Just wash em... I use a liquid (Woolite). Just remember not to use any fabric softner.
     
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    Make sure you wash them seperately or with other non-linting items.
     

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