mount prospect, il
October 26, 2019
i use these alot for paint, i have 45 of these. and dont scratch the paint.
Prosgreat price for the 3 pack.
By David Mailhot
July 16, 2019
There are better for certain jobs but as a multi use they are good
March 8, 2018
I have a lot of these towels they are my go to towel for wax and compound removal, great towels
April 16, 2016
Good microfiber towel
It could be a little thicker
ProsGreat for the price
NEW BRITAIN, Connecticut
November 13, 2015
Not What I Was Expecting
I purchased these towels a few years back and was very happy with them. Nice thickness, very plush and good body. When I saw them recently on sale I decided to order a few more. Well that was a mistake, because this towel doesn't even resemble the ones I own. These are now so paper thin, with no body to them they've been relegated to interior and door jam duty only. Needless to say I won't be buying these again.
May 4, 2015
Great microfiber towel for the buck
Easy wax and polish remover. Great for interior cleaning too. Just a great all around microfiber towel.
December 18, 2014
This towel doesn't seem like it would soak up much water. but I was able to dry an entire GMC SUV with one towel. The quality seemed excellent initially and it was easy to ring a little excess water out and keep on drying with it. It was also fairly soft to the touch. My only complaint is that it had two large snags in the fibers after just two washes on delicate. To me that is a big deal because they are inexpensive as far as drying towels go, but not so inexpensive that they should be falling apart after just two washes on delicate cycle with a mild detergent made specifically for microfiber and no drying.
Pros- absorbent - soft - reasonable price
Cons- starting to fall apart after washing in gentlest conditions
September 18, 2012
Good towels for the price
Execellent towel for buffing off compound, polish and wax. Price is right. Clean with either DP Microfiber cleaner or Pinnacle Microfiber cleaner and they come looking like you have never used them. Let them soak for at least 15 minutes.
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