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Old 13-08-2019, 07:54 AM   #11
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Hi all! Quick update, washed once with specific MF cleaner (didn’t want to take a chance), at a low temperature. Today still has a lot of linting. Any other ideas? Going to wash it again see if that helps, but not good so far

Might be worth contacting them directly, may have an answer ? Hope you get it sorted out as nothing worse than having a product with a niggle
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Hi all! Quick update, washed once with specific MF cleaner (didn’t want to take a chance), at a low temperature. Today still has a lot of linting. Any other ideas? Going to wash it again see if that helps, but not good so far
Wash and tumble dry, the tumble dryer removes the lint I've now got 4 of these towels and love them never had an issue when washing properly.

"specific MF cleaner" is just a way to get you to part with more cash money, lots of people I know use boots liquid, I'm speaking from experience but that's not the issue hear so, I would suggest wash and tumble dry.

If you hanging it up to dry its going to attact lint and dust !
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