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35-Oz Griot's Garage Microfiber and Foam Pad Cleaner

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AutoZone has 35-Oz Griot's Garage Microfiber and Foam Pad Cleaner on clearance for $4. Select free curbside pickup if stock permits.

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Key Features:
  • Microfiber & Foam Pad Cleaner releases and removes residues to restore your towels' original effectiveness.
  • Cleans and restores microfiber cloths and towel
  • Add 2-4 ounces when you launder your microfiber towels and cloths (wash separately from other fabrics).
  • To clean pads, spray the cleaner on the pad, let it soak in, and then rinse with warm water.
  • 35 ounce bottle does not include sprayer

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Great detergent additive for washing microfiber cloths that may have car detailing products in the fibers that won't wash out (e.g. wax, ceramix, polish, etc.) and helps renew them. Normally around $14-15, on clearance at Autozone and available in-stores and store pickup only.

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Over time, microfiber towels collect and hold onto wax and polish residues, dirt, dust, and other deposits that can decrease their effectiveness. You'll also notice your towels won't absorb as well and aren't as soft as they used to be. Add 2-4 ounces when you launder your microfiber towels and cloths (wash separately from other fabrics). To clean pads, spray the cleaner on the pad, let it soak in, and then rinse with warm water. (35 ounce bottle does not include sprayer).
  • Microfiber & Foam Pad Cleaner releases and removes residues to restore your towels' original effectiveness.
  • Cleans and restores microfiber cloths and towels
  • Opens the cells in your foam applicator pads
  • Add 2-4 ounces when you launder your microfiber


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I thought this was Vodka...🙄
light amount of gentle laundry detergent and cold water....never had an issue for any of my pads and towels.

I like griots but never been able to justify this.

PS: Saying this with about 10 years of detailing experience with many cars
If you use sealants, or ceramic-infused products, getting those products out of the foam pads can be a real bear. I've been using this stuff for about 3 years on my microfiber and foam pads, you don't know the difference it makes until you have them side-by-side. I've been detailing for almost 30 years now, and I wish I'd had some of this stuff a decade ago!

For $4 it's a no-brainer. I picked up a few more to top off my gallon jug, and have some extra.

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Thanks! Been eyeing the chemical guys microfiber wash, but I like Giots better (had no idea they made this though), and this is cheaper!
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I thought this was Vodka...🙄
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Haha same here. I thought of my undergrad days.
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light amount of gentle laundry detergent and cold water....never had an issue for any of my pads and towels.

I like griots but never been able to justify this.

PS: Saying this with about 10 years of detailing experience with many cars
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I thought this was Vodka...🙄
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Haha same here. I thought of my undergrad days.
I thought it was paraffin lamp oil
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light amount of gentle laundry detergent and cold water....never had an issue for any of my pads and towels.

I like griots but never been able to justify this.

PS: Saying this with about 10 years of detailing experience with many cars
If you use sealants, or ceramic-infused products, getting those products out of the foam pads can be a real bear. I've been using this stuff for about 3 years on my microfiber and foam pads, you don't know the difference it makes until you have them side-by-side. I've been detailing for almost 30 years now, and I wish I'd had some of this stuff a decade ago!

For $4 it's a no-brainer. I picked up a few more to top off my gallon jug, and have some extra.
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light amount of gentle laundry detergent and cold water....never had an issue for any of my pads and towels.

I like griots but never been able to justify this.

PS: Saying this with about 10 years of detailing experience with many cars
I have the worst time with windows. Could it be the laundry detergent the microfiber cloth gets washed in? We do not use fabric softener...
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Anyone know how this tastes?
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Anyone know how this tastes?
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I use Costco's Tide alternative, and it works well, but I noticed some towels are getting dark. Have been thinking of trying one of these, got one. Thanks
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light amount of gentle laundry detergent and cold water....never had an issue for any of my pads and towels.

I like griots but never been able to justify this.

PS: Saying this with about 10 years of detailing experience with many cars
Before, I typically used Kirkland Signature bulk yellow microfibers for everything with minimal separation (i.e. one wash pile was for wheels, other pile was everything else including rinseless wash, detail spray, wax spray, drying etc.). I noticed over time, even with washing on hottest water setting (with a dye/scentless detergent) and machine drying on the lowest setting, that the towels that I used for drying would pick up much less water, leave water streaks after a single pass, and have to be wrung out more often around the time that I started adding ceramic/SiO2 sprays and detailers into the mix.

I thought this item was useless as well but gave it a try when it was on clearance for $8 (msrp at every other retailer was still around $15, so I figured what the hey). Seems to have made a difference with those towels that absorbed much less water than previously and revived them. Nowadays, I also separate my towels into more wash-type batches and have a batch specifically for ceramic/SiO2 used towels.
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I just want to put my two cents in here and I swear this isn't a plug for anything specifically. I've detailed cars for many years professionally and have never really found a magic bullet for windows and soils for surfaces until my wife started using Norwex cloths. All I use is water and my windows have never been cleaner and most of my messes are dealt with with the cloths. Wet Norwex cloth followed by a dry window cloth is the best window cleaner I've ever used!
Also, when they get dirty after a while you boils them with a stripping powder and it resets them to like new! Water is super nasty.
That's all I wanted to add.
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Ordered one. Thanks.
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