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Microfiber Cleaning Cloths Utopia Towels (48 pack, 12" x 16") $11 Amazon Prime, (Pack of 24) $6 Add-on

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Microfiber Cleaning Cloths Utopia Towels (48 pack, 12" x 16") $11 Prime, (Pack of 24) $6 Add-on

These are the cheapest I have seen for quality microfiber cloths....About $0.23 per cloth. I have
purchased and received several packs and can vouch for their quality. They appear to be comparable
(identical?) to the Amazon Basics and Zwipes brands for less than one half the price. If you like
Amazon Basics or Zwipes, you will love the price savings on these.

Reviews are few...only 3 reviews for the add-on pack and zero for the Prime pack. I noted that the one star reviewer gave unverified one star reviews to several cleaning cloths brands except one particular brand to which he always gave five stars. So I disregard his reviews and I would rate these as five stars from my purchase experience.



Utopia Towels Microfiber Cleaning Cloths (Pack of 48, 12 x 16 Inches) $10.99 free Amazon Prime shipping:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0721B5LND/

Utopia Towels Microfiber Cleaning Cloths (Pack of 24, 12 x 16 Inches) $5.99 Amazon add-on item ships free with $25 Amazon order:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B072K4X5MB/


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Thanks in for 48 pack
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So depending on what you want to use these on/for, as for using on cars these are not that good. You would want an 80/20 ratio or better for better drying. These are 90% Polyester and 10% Polyamide a much cheaper microfiber cloth and won't dry nearly as good but if that's not is important to you then also know these have bad edges for wiping your clear coat and may cause scratching or micro swirls because the edges are not laser cut which is the best.
Again depends on what you are needing to use them for! I think very good for use inside of your car for the seats and dash. Be sure to wash them first in warm water and dry them in low heat only or you damage the fibers.

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P.S made in China is low quality, made in Korea are some of the worlds best MF cloths, but cost more.
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So depending on what you want to use these on/for, as for using on cars these are not that good. You would want an 80/20 ratio or better for better drying. These are 90% Polyester and 10% Polyamide a much cheaper microfiber cloth and won't dry nearly as good but if that's not is important to you then also know these have bad edges for wiping your clear coat and may cause scratching or micro swirls because the edges are not laser cut which is the best.
Again depends on what you are needing to use them for! I think very good for use inside of your car for the seats and dash. Be sure to wash them first in warm water and dry them in low heat only or you damage the fibers.

Christopher

P.S made in China is low quality, made in Korea are some of the worlds best MF cloths, but cost more.
These should only be used on glass, not auto paint. As far as made in China vs made in Korea it depends on what a company is willing to spend, not where it's made. The only reason made in China getting a bad rep is that companies want cheap products at low cost, and you can't cut cost and maintain good quality products.
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So depending on what you want to use these on/for, as for using on cars these are not that good. You would want an 80/20 ratio or better for better drying. These are 90% Polyester and 10% Polyamide a much cheaper microfiber cloth and won't dry nearly as good but if that's not is important to you then also know these have bad edges for wiping your clear coat and may cause scratching or micro swirls because the edges are not laser cut which is the best.
Again depends on what you are needing to use them for! I think very good for use inside of your car for the seats and dash. Be sure to wash them first in warm water and dry them in low heat only or you damage the fibers.

Christopher

P.S made in China is low quality, made in Korea are some of the worlds best MF cloths, but cost more.
Textile composition (90% Polyester and 10% Polyamide) is the same as the Amazon Basics brand to which
these are comparable if not identical for less than half the price. These are only $0.23 each so one could save wear and tear on their expensive fancy towels and use these to wash their tires, wheels, fender wells, rocker panels, bumpers, glass, interior, chrome, valve covers, hoses, battery, engine block, under carriage, etc. But they are not just for automobiles. I even use these on my people body in the bath and shower. No scratches there despite lack of laser cut edges. Microfiber cloths dry fast enough for me on a clothesline only, and until they are foldable dry they provide a ready moist cloth for some cleaning tasks.
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How would you compare these to amazonbasics, zwipes, etc - the usual reasonably priced bulk microfiber cloths?
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How would you compare these to amazonbasics, zwipes, etc - the usual reasonably priced bulk microfiber cloths?
I have purchased these and they are comparable if not identical for less than one half the price.
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Be aware they are not only for cars. They pick up dust just by touching, not wiping or rubbing or using a liquid. For example, dust collected on top of doors, ceiling fan blades, laundry lint trap, louver blinds, outside of windows and screens, outside hand rails, outside trim, outside lights. Use them to dust the floor in an old house or cabin. Use them to dry off the dog after a bath. There are more applications not car related. Good deal. Thanks for posting!
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These should only be used on glass, not auto paint. As far as made in China vs made in Korea it depends on what a company is willing to spend, not where it's made. The only reason made in China getting a bad rep is that companies want cheap products at low cost, and you can't cut cost and maintain good quality products.
Yup, you get what you pay for.
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So depending on what you want to use these on/for, as for using on cars these are not that good. You would want an 80/20 ratio or better for better drying. These are 90% Polyester and 10% Polyamide a much cheaper microfiber cloth and won't dry nearly as good but if that's not is important to you then also know these have bad edges for wiping your clear coat and may cause scratching or micro swirls because the edges are not laser cut which is the best.
Again depends on what you are needing to use them for! I think very good for use inside of your car for the seats and dash. Be sure to wash them first in warm water and dry them in low heat only or you damage the fibers.

Christopher

P.S made in China is low quality, made in Korea are some of the worlds best MF cloths, but cost more.
Thank you.
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Walmart has 2 pack microfiber cloths for 88 cents. In the auto department. They work well enough.
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I have purchased these and they are comparable if not identical for less than one half the price.
Thanks.
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Be aware they are not only for cars. They pick up dust just by touching, not wiping or rubbing or using a liquid. For example, dust collected on top of doors, ceiling fan blades, laundry lint trap, louver blinds, outside of windows and screens, outside hand rails, outside trim, outside lights. Use them to dust the floor in an old house or cabin. Use them to dry off the dog after a bath. There are more applications not car related. Good deal. Thanks for posting!



Zoom in on picture. They are the thinnest I have ever seen. PASS!!!!
Thanks for listing ideas to use microfiber cloths. Any clue if microfiber cloths could have some useful application related to a baby?
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Thanks for listing ideas to use microfiber cloths. Any clue if microfiber cloths could have some useful application related to a baby?
I would have to say no to baby skin. They are like a fleece pullover/jacket. They pick up hair such as dog and cat. the hair gets stuck and does not wash out like dust in the washer/dryer. I would not think they are very hygienic for an infant. Other than cleaning up spills. They soak up water very efficiently.
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Thanks for listing ideas to use microfiber cloths. Any clue if microfiber cloths could have some useful application related to a baby?
I can't think of any time I'd want to use a MF towel on my kids...maybe to clean up after them?
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