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Old 28-03-2018, 10:33 PM   #1
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Microfiber confusion

Hi all I'm looking to purchase a number of new microfibers as all mine have perished. Having read through the forum I no longer view a microfiber as just a microfiber if that makes sense.

So in my overhaul I'm looking to purchase a range that will give me the ability to do a complete detail. So folk what do I need how many gsm etc.

I will be using them to apply items such as Carlack, Collinite 476 glass polish and cleaning and wiping down the interior of cars.

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Theres a site called cleanyourcar thats got a good range of stuff. I bought a plush micro fibre towel from poundland about 8 years ago. odly its thee softest, plushest cloth ive ever felt. Ive only used it a couple of times. As trying to keep it in mint condition. Damn ive never even washed it

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