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Old 04-01-2017, 06:04 PM   #11
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E cloths or newspaper for me

I've never been happy with anything else
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The E-cloth dedicated glass cloth is completely different from other E-cloths, very smooth with negligible pile.
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https://wo-wo.co.uk/collections/wo-w...lass-cloth-set

These are the only clothes I have found that really leave a perfect finish
And with 20% off for pack of three
Just ordered some cheers
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Excuse my ignorance but who makes the e-cloth and where can i buy them
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Excuse my ignorance but who makes the e-cloth and where can i buy them
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E-cloth make them. You can get them in a lot of online stores, incl Amazon, or places like B&Q, Dunelm Mill etc. They were probably the original MF cloth maker before MF cloths took off.

http://www.e-cloth.com/

I see they actually do a windscreen cloth now.

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Excuse my ignorance but who makes the e-cloth and where can i buy them
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As Chongo has said the wo wo cloths are the best I've used to date!
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https://wo-wo.co.uk/collections/wo-w...lass-cloth-set

These are the only clothes I have found that really leave a perfect finish
And with 20% off for pack of three
Second this, ordered some more over Xmas as they're great

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Just use e-cloth. Wash it with regular white soap and rinse it until no soap stays in it. and sequeze it very well so you make the cloth water and dirt absorbent. Clean your windows with your hand pressure. you'll see no signs will be left. dont use any chemical!
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Old 11-01-2017, 07:41 AM   #20
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just out of interest do you wash you glass cloths with all the rest of you cloths used for buffing off wax etc?
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