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In case anyone missed the recent Frontpage deal on the Zwipes 36 pack, Amazon has a 12 pack of Microfiber Towel Cleaning Cloths on sale for $4.25 with subscribe and save. Shipping is free.

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Like anything fabric, you should wash it once you get it home. You shouldn't just use it out of the packaging. That is a great way to ruin your cars paint with anything it picked up in the store or packaging.

Never ever ever ever use fabric softener on microfiber cloths.

Are there better cloths out there? Of course. Are these the same quality as the others found out walmart/amazon/etc? Of course. Are these hyped products by a big name manufacturer that ever car guy is going to swear by? No.

Never had an issue with them before and used them for many years while paintballing and drying cars.
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These towels produce an immense amount of lint. Be warned.
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Ordered thanks!
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These towels produce an immense amount of lint. Be warned.
I thought they attract and won't let go of the lint.
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These towels produce an immense amount of lint. Be warned.
Top review says to wash them and hang dry them before use.
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Top review says to wash them and hang dry them before use.
And DO NOT use fabric softener sheets if you do use a dryer. The fabric softener sheets leave a residue on the towels which makes them less absorbent (same thing with bath towels).
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These towels produce an immense amount of lint. Be warned.
Like anything fabric, you should wash it once you get it home. You shouldn't just use it out of the packaging. That is a great way to ruin your cars paint with anything it picked up in the store or packaging.

Never ever ever ever use fabric softener on microfiber cloths.

Are there better cloths out there? Of course. Are these the same quality as the others found out walmart/amazon/etc? Of course. Are these hyped products by a big name manufacturer that ever car guy is going to swear by? No.

Never had an issue with them before and used them for many years while paintballing and drying cars.
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Picked up a set for auto detailing.
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Like anything fabric, you should wash it once you get it home. You shouldn't just use it out of the packaging. That is a great way to ruin your cars paint with anything it picked up in the store or packaging.

Never ever ever ever use fabric softener on microfiber cloths.

Are there better cloths out there? Of course. Are these the same quality as the others found out walmart/amazon/etc? Of course. Are these hyped products by a big name manufacturer that ever car guy is going to swear by? No.

Never had an issue with them before and used them for many years while paintballing and drying cars.
You're absolutely right. I've been using these from Zwipes for what seems like a decade, and they're fantastic. First thing I do is wash them twice in Palmolive and hot water, never ever use fabric softener, and nothing wrong with drying them in the dryer.
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And DO NOT use fabric softener sheets if you do use a dryer. The fabric softener sheets leave a residue on the towels which makes them less absorbent (same thing with bath towels).
None of the Microfiber towels I have purchased over the years do much of a job of absorbing anything. They are pretty good for cleaning, wiping off wax, polishing, etc., but don't absorb water worth a darn.
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None of the Microfiber towels I have purchased over the years do much of a job of absorbing anything. They are pretty good for cleaning, wiping off wax, polishing, etc., but don't absorb water worth a darn.
I have about 50-60 of these zwipes, amazon basics, etc microfiber washcloth size towels and they absorb very well. I have some microfiber dishtowels (you know where you NEED absorption) that I got at Costco that don't absorb until they are really damp. Useless for drying anything, but these zwipes, etc work great for that.
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What is the lowest price per towel these sell for? I know there was another posted deal for 36 towels recently but I don't remember the specifics as to which one is cheapest.
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None of the Microfiber towels I have purchased over the years do much of a job of absorbing anything. They are pretty good for cleaning, wiping off wax, polishing, etc., but don't absorb water worth a darn.
They aren't really made to absorb. They're made to be gentle. They are great as applicators and such. If you're trying to dry a car, then you should use an absorbing towel. There are hundreds of cheap brands that all do the same thing and can dry a car in minutes with 1 towel.
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