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Old 10-06-2018, 12:53 PM   #1
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I have Gyeon Can Coat to apply on my car but was wondering if the microfibres and applicators can be washed and reused? I have some lovely new cloths but will keep them and use old ones if the cloths won't wash.

Also what's the best way to clean polishing pads I have new a Rupes Duetto and pads so wanted to look after them or will I chuck them in the washing machine at 40 degrees.

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I wash all my pads, by hand massaging inside and out, in warm water.
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I'm not sure with can coat if it contains anything solvent like.. reason being I always throw away my Mf cloths after using bh cleanser fluid because it gets into the washing machine and you can't get the smell out.. I may be way off the mark but just be cautious
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