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    Eurow - **** Pile Double Density Towels

    CYC are doing 3 drying towels for 6.95, i think it is end of stock so grab them quick.

    I use these and are very good value for money

    http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/microf.../prod_436.html

    lol the swear filter is there to protect the innocent minded, but this word is in the english language so can we get it unblocked..

    Plus i dont get much of it these days so i wont be bragging about doing it haha
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    These do look good value for money!!

    I also Agre that S H A G isn't a swear word either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitch1965 View Post
    These do look good value for money!!

    I also Agre that S H A G isn't a swear word either!

    The filter blocked that? Pmsl, good job we weren't discussing carpet.

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    These microfibres are the best, and plushest I have used, are great for getting wax off. Not realy a drying towel though, not big enough IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by messsy View Post
    lol the swear filter is there to protect the innocent minded, but this word is in the english language so can we get it unblocked..
    Sure, give us a full list of words you use and we'll do our best

    Admin must have blocked it for a reason, more than likely as this is a family oriented site

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterVV View Post
    These microfibres are the best, and plushest I have used, are great for getting wax off. Not realy a drying towel though, not big enough IMO
    Thats made my mind up for me, DoDo it is then.

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    not a good drying towel, but this is:

    http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/washin.../prod_154.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by messsy View Post
    lol the swear filter is there to protect the innocent minded, but this word is in the english language so can we get it unblocked..

    Plus i dont get much of it these days so i wont be bragging about doing it haha

    With three young children you should be knackered or on rations hehehe

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    lol grumpy

    They are great for drying and you get three so good if you drop one, you havent lost a 20quid towel for that clean..

    great for drying and great for buffing imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterVV View Post
    These microfibres are the best, and plushest I have used, are great for getting wax off. Not realy a drying towel though, not big enough IMO


    I use one for removing polish, another for removing the glaze & another for buffing off the wax, they're also good to use with a QD. They make the Tesco's, et al ones look like cheap dish cloths.

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