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    Microfibre Cloths what are these primarely used for and what other purposes can they be used for?

    Can they be used for drying the car after washing?

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    yep i go to cosco and stock up with them..............great for drying polishing shining you name it

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    I went & several of these from Poundland Cheap as chips and do a great job!!! deffo better that a leather as i was warned, they strip your wax, then the paint off your car. So if you have a leather, BIN IT!!!

    Btw, wheres the link (if there is one) for you meet @ maguires?? just been reading this in TV!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulman View Post
    yep i go to cosco and stock up with them..............great for drying polishing shining you name it
    They say they can be washed and used time and time again, do they lose their performance after each wash?

    Would £2.98 for one be considered as expensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidJS View Post
    They say they can be washed and used time and time again, do they lose their performance after each wash?

    Would £2.98 for one be considered as expensive?

    I got 3 for that price, well £3!!

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    Oh yes!!! Tesco were doing them for less than a quid. Home Bargains do them, Costco are the cheapest if you have an account

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caterman View Post
    Oh yes!!! Tesco were doing them for less than a quid. Home Bargains do them, Costco are the cheapest if you have an account
    Are the tesco and other brands equally as good and can they be re used after washing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitch1965 View Post
    I went & several of these from Poundland Cheap as chips and do a great job!!! deffo better that a leather as i was warned, they strip your wax, then the paint off your car. So if you have a leather, BIN IT!!!

    Btw, wheres the link (if there is one) for you meet @ maguires?? just been reading this in TV!!!
    Have a look HERE. There are some pics there, Megs and Daventry.

    I use the MF's for wiping down, polishing, waxing, dusting the dash board. They have loads of uses.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidJS View Post
    They say they can be washed and used time and time again, do they lose their performance after each wash?

    Would £2.98 for one be considered as expensive?
    hi
    they dont loose performance after washing.
    £2.98 is expencive
    about £1.50 most i would pay.
    tescos do them.
    i get mine from poundland £1 each and quite big.

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    yep deffo can be washed ...but dont put conditoner in

    24 for £8 at costco

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