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Old 13-08-2019, 10:47 AM   #1
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Are Kirkland microfiber cloths any good?
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Old 13-08-2019, 10:49 AM   #2
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Yes, especially at the price. Great for general jobs. Not the best for some tasks.


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I really like them. Use them all the time for interior and exterior stuff. Seem pretty darn soft to me.

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Old 13-08-2019, 11:00 AM   #4
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Are Kirkland microfiber cloths any good?
Have a search of the forum Steve it's been asked and discussed many times before.

There was a recent thread as well as some feel the quality has deteriorated recently in them as I think they changed. You should find everything you need including suggested uses

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If your lookiing for cheap microfibers for engine bays etc then Euro Car parts do a pack of 10 for £3.14 using code MID60

That's 20 for 6.28 with free delivery, can't beat it for **** jobs as that's all I would use Kirkland ones for also

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If your lookiing for cheap microfibers for engine bays etc then Euro Car parts do a pack of 10 for £3.14 using code MID60

That's 20 for 6.28 with free delivery, can't beat it for **** jobs as that's all I would use Kirkland ones for also

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Costco towels were on special the other week bought another 36 think it was 13 quid so not much dearer in price plus I had them immediately. I remember there were issues about delays with the ECP cloths so suppose it depends how soon the OP needs them
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I initially liked the kirkland towels as they had two different lengths of fibre on each cloth but got annoyed at clipping off the crispy labels they had (dunno if they still have them) and then had linting issues after washing so never bothered with more
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Are Kirkland microfiber cloths any good?

Yes they’re okay, I’ve got some and they work very well. I tend to pull the label off - this leaving no edge, so all okay.
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