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Old 04-11-2005, 01:15 PM   #1
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Tesco Microfibre cloths

Has anyone used Tesco's MF cloths? Brought two today, they seem okay if on the small side. So may keep them aside to polish the alloys and the other for the interior.

Top marks to Tesco though, even says on the back not to use fabric softner to clean them.
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Old 04-11-2005, 01:27 PM   #2
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i dont think they are nearly as soft as some of the mircofibers out there , i would probably only use them on my wheels
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I have them for doing the interior and alloys, door jams etc. Have my Pakshak towels for the outside.

They do seem good value tho
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Yeah, I've got a couple. I don't think I'd feel confident on using them on painted surfaces of anykind. Don't fancy using them on my alloys even.
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Certainly should be safe on the rims.

If I was going to use them on the paintwork then I'd only use them for Wax/Sealant removal, but that would be at a last resort. Certainly not for QD'ing as they aren't that plush.

As long as you fold over the edges then think you should be safe from micro scratching the paintwork.
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cough http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/show...ighlight=tesco cough
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