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    Default Micro Fiber ?

    Sorry for the stupid question, but

    Is it better to use micro fiber or white all cotton towels for washing?

    Thanks.

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    I still wash and reuse sometimes, but I feel like you do. Mostly I use Wypalls and throw them away. They're lint-free, scratch-free, safer than old rags, and come in different styles for many uses. They're good for washing, waxing, cleaning, engine assembly, and degreasing. I get them from eaglesupply.biz . My '77 purrs and says "thanks" everytime I use them on her.

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    I wash my Zaino towels by them selves (Hot wash w/woolite),
    3 warm rinses, air dry.
    The other MF towels (Hot wash w/Tide or All),
    2 warm rinses, air dry.

    George Ware

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave77 View Post
    I still wash and reuse sometimes, but I feel like you do. Mostly I use Wypalls and throw them away. They're lint-free, scratch-free, safer than old rags, and come in different styles for many uses. They're good for washing, waxing, cleaning, engine assembly, and degreasing. I get them from eaglesupply.biz . My '77 purrs and says "thanks" everytime I use them on her.
    This is really a neat website. Which number do you use on the Wypalls? They have quite a few on the order sheet. I like stuff like this.

    SCTT

    BTW Welcome to the CAC you will find lots a friends here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterG View Post
    Sorry for the stupid question, but

    Is it better to use micro fiber or white all cotton towels for washing?

    Thanks.
    Cannon was the last domestic 100% cotton towels.Foreign towels marked 100% cotton are not.I've shifted to micro.

    I wash all my towels in HOT soapy water ,Tide laundry detergent and a small touch of bleach.Then I wash them in hot water again with no detergent or additives.When ever possible I air dry 'em.

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