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    Cool Drying towels.

    Bought a Dodo Juice Soft Touch Microfibre Drying Towel about a month ago more in anticipation than actually expecting it to work and today was the first time I've used it and OMG brilliant!!!!!!! Cant believe how well it soaks up water, so much so that I didn't need to ring it out once doing the whole car. Im defiantly converted.

    Oh and btw dont let the wife feel it, she'll want it for herself, they really are softer than a bath towel and by a long way

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    Thanks for the info

    I think ill invest as I am not that happy with the megs one that I own in summer its ok but in winter its not that good its soaked very quickly and im ringing it out all the time

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    Posted the same post on DW and a couple of guys saying they get 2 cars dried without ringing it out. I did try but nothing came out, they really are very absorbent.

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    Just remember not to wash it with your polishing cloths, wash it with non bio and never use conditioner In time it may start to not work as well, if so put some white vinegar in the wash with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rushy View Post
    Just remember not to wash it with your polishing cloths, wash it with non bio and never use conditioner In time it may start to not work as well, if so put some white vinegar in the wash with it.
    Yup good call Rushy I dried mine on the washing line too, but relented and stuck it in the drier for 5 minutes on the cool setting, really puffed it up and made it as soft as.

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    Just bought one thanks for costing me money

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    LoL, no one ever said this detailing Malarkey was cheap. Give my regards to Dom

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    Will have a look for them. Had a yellow microfibre cloth, Meguiars, in my glove box when we went to a family funeral yesterday, got soaked and amused my wife sitting in car drying my hair with it. Did the job!

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    Grumpy you wont be disappointed, as I said don't let the wife near it, you may never see it again...

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    ive had the ones i got from mark at autobright for over a year now one has not been used and the other is still like new .can dry my car with it no problem . khalid

    the vectra has gone , but not far away so ill still see it form time to time

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