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I just used one for the first time and I must say that I was impressed with its performance. I previously used the Sonus yellow drying towel, but will be switching over to Adam's towel from now on. My mother-inlaw got four of them for me as a gift. What a wonderful woman!!!!!:partyon: :partyon:
 

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All of Adams MF products are great. Their plush MF polishing towels are so soft, you hate to use them.
 

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It works great :thumbsup:
 

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I just used one for the first time and I must say that I was impressed with its performance. I previously used the Sonus yellow drying towel, but will be switching over to Adam's towel from now on. My mother-inlaw got four of them for me as a gift. What a wonderful woman!!!!!:partyon: :partyon:
I was amazed when I used the Adam's drying towel. That's all I'll ever use again....
 

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But be careful how you wash them...mine is now useless because it acted like a magnet and now has all kinds of chaf imbedded in it :thud: Seems it cleaned up all the wood shavings and hay stubble from washing with the barn clothes! :WTF
BE SAFE....DO IT BY HAND :smack
 

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But be careful how you wash them...mine is now useless because it acted like a magnet and now has all kinds of chaf imbedded in it :thud: Seems it cleaned up all the wood shavings and hay stubble from washing with the barn clothes! :WTF
BE SAFE....DO IT BY HAND :smack
They can be done in a washing mashine, I do mine all the time. The main thing is to do it in the delicate cycle and only with other MicroFiber towels.
 

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That is how I wash mine as well.

tym4fun You can try boiling them in water to see if they will return to new condition.
 

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I like the WW Drying towels too, they work great.

I can't seem to get them as clean looking as they were when they were new though. Look a little off white now, performance still good though.

The white polishing towels are really nice too!!!!
 

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All I use are Adam's waffle weave drying towels and their new plush microfiber towels. Their microfiber towels are the sh*t and I've yet to find anything better. Even the Martex 100% cotton towels aren't as good at removing polish or qd spray. I also use their detail spray as well. Excellent products. :thumbsup:
 

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I just used one for the first time and I must say that I was impressed with its performance. I previously used the Sonus yellow drying towel, but will be switching over to Adam's towel from now on. My mother-inlaw got four of them for me as a gift. What a wonderful woman!!!!!:partyon: :partyon:
Thanks for your review. Glad to hear that the drying towels are working well for you. Being that the towels are white and have no color or pigment makes the fibers very soft. They also hold up to 6 times their own weight in water, which makes drying a Vette a breeze with one towel.:thumbsup:
 

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They are great i use them to wipe down my plasma hdtv
Speaking of, try the Detail Spray on your flat panel and laptop screen with the new Super Plush towel.

It's quite an effective method to make your screens perfectly clean without scratching! Melissa even uses that combo on our kitchen conter tops.

Thanks for your business, and Happy 4th!

-Adam:thumbsup:
 

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I like the WW Drying towels too, they work great.

I can't seem to get them as clean looking as they were when they were new though. Look a little off white now, performance still good though.

The white polishing towels are really nice too!!!!
Thanks for your kind words here! Next time you wash the towels, put in a little bleach with the detergent, and wash them in HOT water. Finish with a cold rinse, then dry on medium heat. That can help get the towels a little cleaner, and bleach, if used seldom, doesn't damage the Microfiber.

Have a great 4th of July!

-Adam:thumbsup:
 
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