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8 pack of Chemical Guys Microfiber Applicators on sale for $7.22 with 25% off coupon and Subscribe&Save with Prime.

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Great I can get this for my mother-in-law to apply her makeup.
Nothing Chemical Guys will ever touch my car. Unless something has changed recently, they built up their name with some halfway decent stuff then started leasing their name out to whatever cheap Chinese company wanted to use it. At best, the product quality varies a ton, at worst it is outright damaging to your finish. It is a coin toss as to what you'll end up with, and generally reviews of their stuff for the last many years are pretty poor.

Another thing to keep in mind is that MF can be a bit counterproductive when applying product like wax/polish/sealant (especially sealants like Zaino where you want to use only a tiny bit and really need a consistent, even application). MF will hold the product too well and even remove what you're trying to put down, and you have to really saturate it to release, then it is hard to lay a thin coat. Good US made 100% cotton washcloth (edges cut off) folded in 4 or wrapped around a sponge works well for me.

Bare sponges or foam work ok for wax but not for sealants, at least in my experience. Zaino used to make good cotton covered foam applicators but they went to crap years ago. They toss one in free with your order and I toss it in the trash.

For cleaning tasks (car or elsewhere) these might work well. Personally I would just never let them touch clear coat or even polished/chromed parts.

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These look neat, I wonder if this can double as a sponge for washing?
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These look neat, I wonder if this can double as a sponge for washing?
These are pretty small for a task like that. These are best for applying dressings and such
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These are pretty small for a task like that. These are best for applying dressings and such
That is exactly what I use mine for. I purchased mine about 13 months ago and have washed them several times and they are still in great shape.
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Have them, use them, they work fine for applying product. As mentioned they are not that large cause they are made for fine detail type work, to make sure you get product on every corner and inch of your car so they are smaller size for that reason.
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These are pretty small for a task like that. These are best for applying dressings and such
Thanks for the heads up!
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Rough reviews...
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Quote from iwearjorts :
These look neat, I wonder if this can double as a sponge for washing?
No not for washing get a wash mitt
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They tend to come apart/seem somewhat disposable, but honestly they're a much nicer way to apply than the old round sponge or what have you and on sale they're not an unreasonable price for disposable to me, so I'm in for another set.
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Thanks OP In for one.
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Is microfiber better than a foam applicator for tire dressings? I feel like with a foam block as an applicator, leftover dressing can seep deeper and deeper into the depth and you lose valuable unused dressing that way?
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Is microfiber better than a foam applicator for tire dressings? I feel like with a foam block as an applicator, leftover dressing can seep deeper and deeper into the depth and you lose valuable unused dressing that way?

These are micro-fiber covered sponges. So they'll still suck up the dressing. If I had to choose I'd stick with pure foam, assuming its one shaped specifically for tire dressing. Easier to clean
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Anyone use these for removing tile grout?
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Anyone use these for removing tile grout?
Removing or cleaning?
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