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    Thanks for the tips.

    tony
    Keep The Shiny Side Up!!!!!!!

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    Default Just use a leaf blower

    You don't even have to touch the car and there is no mess or clean up in laundry.

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    Default Made is the USA towels are far and few

    Most of the ones I have come across are from Egypt and they cost alot too. Went to Bathroom & Beyond which is a speciality store in these types of products.
    I will stick with the micro fiber towels as they do a good job especially on glass. Better yet a leaf blower then you don't even have to touch the finish but the noise and the vibration of the blower can be harmful take warning on this as one of my fingers is still numb from using it over a month ago.

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    I had a hard time finding the towels Sal mentioned in his products. It was tough to find the old baby diaper type cloths until a lady in the fabric section of Wal Mart stated to use 100% cotton flannel cloth. After looking at it and had a section cut off for me to use, I have not looked back or have a desire to use any other type of cloth to remove the Z5 product I apply. I have a different cloth I used to remove Z5, do not use the Z2 PRO, personal choice, I have two cloths I used for Z6 and/or Z8.

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    Fieldcrest Cannon is no longer in business. All of the manufacturing facilities have been torn down.

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    Try Westpoint-Stevens. Very close to Fieldcrest and also Made in the USA.
    I've had good luck with them.

    I like the Supima blend and get them online in blulk at a discount. Only White!

    http://www.martex.com/products/detai...did=96&catid=9
    Jack Urban
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