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L666JER

Chamois Or Microfibre?

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Hi,

I have been using a real leather chamois towel for drying my car for a couple of years now, and is getting worn out. However I have recently heard of microfibre drying towels, i already use small microfibre cloths for buffing etc but never used them for drying.

Can anyone with any experience of using both advise me if this is a superior product before I buy?

Thanks in advance, James;)

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Microfiber is far far better. Less chance of doing some damage to your paintwork. I'd never touch a leather chamois after using microfiber

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Microfiber as a drying towel, same thing as microfiber but larger and thicker, once you try you wont go back.

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Much appreciated, i'll be getting one this weekend.

James;)

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