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Chemical Guys 25"x36" Woolly Mammoth Microfiber Dryer Towel EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Chemical Guys 25"x36" Woolly Mammoth Microfiber Dryer Towel (MIC_1995) for $10.81 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks slow12s

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Amazon.com has Chemical Guys Woolly Mammoth Microfiber Drying Towel (25 in. x 36 in.) for $12.08 or $10.81 w/ 5 s&s items when you check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.

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Been using this towel for about a year now (paid $25) to dry my car off and it works great, worth picking up another one at this price

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Nice. I can't say I've used one but I have used high pile stuff like this before and it works ok. Good deal over it's regular price.
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I just subscribed for a second one...can't have enough good drying towels
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How do these compare to the PFM towels that you can get via Griots or AAP?

I really like my PFM drying towels, and and from the pics, this towel looks to be very similar..... if it is similar, this price is a steal.
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or use a leaf blower and never touch the car
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or use a leaf blower and never touch the car
I use this and a leaf blower...I live in AZ though so in the summertime the car is halfway dry by the time I turn the hose off...leaf blower is more for getting all the extra water in the cracks, behind badges, behind the side mirrors, etc.
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I use a chamois, Are these better? Do chamois' suck now?

I just researched it. So chamois scratch the finish. Well that sux. I guess I'll go with a leaf blower and towel
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Eagle edgeless are the nicest and softest by far
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I usually use The Absorber to get all the water off, then follow up with some detail spray or spray wax and a microfiber towel.
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This is not a good drying towel. It is too thick which makes squeezing it out difficult when it is full of water. Also it leaves gray lint all over the car.

Buy a waffle weave towel and skip this for drying.
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Eagle edgeless are the nicest and softest by far
I love my eagle Edgeless towels too, but I don't use them for drying and they tend to lint a fair amount. I prefer my PFM towels for drying duty.
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anyone tried this as a wax removing towel? I dry with a squeegee so barely need this
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anyone tried this as a wax removing towel? I dry with a squeegee so barely need this
That's the worst way to dry, much worse than a chamois!

And typically you'd want lower pile for removing wax, shorter threads are stiffer and better at removing residue.

350gsm seems to be a sweet spot for wax removal.
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In for 1, I also want to find a good microfiber polishing pad for my porter cable to try out on my car.
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