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Old 29-04-2016, 02:28 PM   #11
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Took the plunge, ordered 12 Korean MF for exterior and 8 600gsm for interior
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Old 29-04-2016, 08:33 PM   #12
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Old 29-04-2016, 10:34 PM   #13
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Glad you are liking the cloths. Quality wise, I tried alot of cloths and have not found better, but then I am probably biased

I can't comment on the CarPro ones however alot of people seem to get tied up on the blend of the cloth.

An interesting fact. Most microfibre yarn will start out as a 70/30 blend. Most microfibre cloths are woven through a polyester backing. This can take the blend much closer to an 80/20. Some companies/factories will label this has 70/30 (how the yarn started out) or 80/20 (how it effectively is as a finished product). Neither of them is wrong, however people might think they are buying a 70/30 when it is an 80/20.

Please note, the above is not directed in any way at CarPro. Like I said, I have never used on of thier cloths. It is just to give people a little insight into blends and misconceptions about blends.

Bottom line really, choose a cloth that suits you and the purpose you want to use it for.
As you say most are made like that but not all.but none of the above actually takes into consideration the actual difference in the feel of the towel. The difference is not only there when there new, infact as they age it is clearer to feel the difference.
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Old 29-04-2016, 11:05 PM   #14
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As you say most are made like that but not all.but none of the above actually takes into consideration the actual difference in the feel of the towel. The difference is not only there when there new, infact as they age it is clearer to feel the difference.
Surely the composition of the towels, material wise, will impact the way they feel
The quality of materials and manufacturing will then determine how well they age
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Old 29-04-2016, 11:29 PM   #15
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Surely the composition of the towels, material wise, will impact the way they feel
The quality of materials and manufacturing will then determine how well they age
exactly
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So confused now, which ones to get out of the two ?
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So confused now, which ones to get out of the two ?
what 2
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The Korean towels are superior but the 600gsm towels would make a great wheel towel or interior towel, they also seem like they would make a good drying towel although I haven't tried it for that purpose yet.
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The Korean towels are superior but the 600gsm towels would make a great wheel towel or interior towel, they also seem like they would make a good drying towel although I haven't tried it for that purpose yet.
there from the same supplier, so why not order both and see which fits your needs better.
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