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Old 08-06-2019, 11:28 AM   #1
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Difference between the Klin Korea Duo and the Duo Evo towels

As per the title. Can anyone advise the difference between these please

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Old 11-06-2019, 11:52 PM   #2
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No, but I was thinking the same thing.

And why aren’t the small towels in Evo spec yet? Is it different cloth? Different binding?
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Apparently there is hardly any difference at all according to one of the resellers however I’m sure it was mentioned that the evo holds more water so will be able to do more than 1 vehicle before it saturates..
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I actually have the evo towel but not had chance to use it.. will compare it with my current one sided twisted mf drying towel.. also have 3 klin glass cloths on the way which I’m hoping are good as they are said to be..
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i think the evo towel is a softer one as a few people weren't keen to on the twisted towels and thought they felt a little rough on the paintwork
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I actually have the evo towel but not had chance to use it.. will compare it with my current one sided twisted mf drying towel.. also have 3 klin glass cloths on the way which I’m hoping are good as they are said to be..


Please do, thanks

The glass towels are very good, but very thin
In2detailing have thicker green versions that feel better in hand to me, but they perform the same.

I suggest using the Klin glass as your final wipe with a very small amount of liquid/glass cleaner/water
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Difference between the Klin Korea Duo and the Duo Evo towels

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i think the evo towel is a softer one as a few people weren't keen to on the twisted towels and thought they felt a little rough on the paintwork

I’ve often experienced twisted towels drag a lot more on the paint, over a normal double stitched plush. Still use them to get the majority of water off a roof or bonnet though.

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