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Old 19-06-2019, 09:44 AM   #11
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I use Woolly Mammoth drying towels.
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I've just bought a Liquid Elements Silverback XL to replace my aging big blue towels.
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Old 19-06-2019, 03:09 PM   #13
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I would disagree, as with most things its the user that causes the real damage with improper use and that can happen with a plush towel.

By my opinion is that plush MF's for drying paint have more give if you've got a small bit of dirt so less chance at marring/scratching the paint.

With a waffle weave, the dirt has nowhere to go.
That is a very good point, but surely at the point of these being used the dirt should be gone?
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Old 19-06-2019, 03:26 PM   #14
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I have an Uber at high GSM, my objective has been to fully dry each section with one pass. I do use Tango drying aid, where less is more.

The New AF Duo after Edgeless such a great small option.

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Old 28-06-2019, 01:55 AM   #15
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I don't like waffle weave on paint. I moved to MF towels some years ago. I just use the weave towel for glass now.
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Old 28-06-2019, 07:20 AM   #16
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2 in a pack and a minimum purchase of 6 packs!?! Who on Earth needs 12 drying towels?
It'll be because it's Costco and officially supposed to be for trade.

Least you wouldn't need to buy any new drying towels for a while
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Old 28-06-2019, 08:43 AM   #17
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Rian, they appear like snide Meguiars WaterMagnets.
First one I ever bought was 15yrs ago under recommendation from a pro detailer. In fact, I still have it. Let me add "NO" before asked as its not my only one.
I bought two more year or two ago and they are not as good in my opinion, but do the job at times.
Only my preference, I only pat dry and they will do that forever maintain properly.
I have moved on to Gtechniq MF4 which is a modern and Magnet and works better than anything else I have tried and used being a pat dry man.

I honestly would not use those big heavy mega absorbent towels others like to drag for all the obvious reasons. To me anyway
I agree they have their place, I use them for glass, not an issue, for paint, i dont drag I lay pat and then move on, no dragging non at all that is the safest way in my oppinion second to an air dryer
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