Which MF towel should i get? v.I've never used MF, and other question

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  1. Atooraya

    Atooraya I'm here to rustle jimmies and chew bubble gum. I'

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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Try www.exceldetail.com too. Either Patrick at excel or Ranney at www.pakshak.com can probably put together a nice package for you. E-mail them and see what they recommend. They both carry great MF towels and a large assortment of quality polishes, waxes, washes and clay bars. Both also have excellent customer service and shipping.
     
  3. Atooraya

    Atooraya I'm here to rustle jimmies and chew bubble gum. I'

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    what about the other questions, like the s100 :o
     
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    I used S100 and their Shine Enhancing Cleaner (SEC) a year or two ago. The SEC I applied by hand with a damp microfiber cloth, and I just used their foam pad that came with the wax. Both products are very, very easy to apply and remove, and the S100 wax has a great smell, almost like honey. The only downside was that it doesn't hold up that long.
     
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    Atooraya I'm here to rustle jimmies and chew bubble gum. I'

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    yea, i liked how the wax came on and off like butter :hsd:
     
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    I use S100, but then again, its the only wax I've used
     

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