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Old 10-22-2004   #1
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Poorboy's MF Towels

I know some of you sometimes ask about good detailing towels. I've tried quite a few and find that Poorboy's are really good. They're nice and plush and don't leave any lint behind. I used to use Costco MF towels, but it seems their quality is going down; my last two packs left a lot of lint behind.

In anycase I thought this was a really good deal for those of you interested. www.danase.com has them for $3.00 right now. That's a really good deal considering they normally go for $5.00 elsewhere. Here's the direct link: http://www.danase.com/catalog/index.php?cPath=22
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yeah i got one, it's really soft and doesn't leave anything behind, thanks danase!
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i use the pinnacle cobra waffle weave towels, great product! http://pinnaclewax.com/xlarcobwafwe.html
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i use the pinnacle cobra waffle weave towels, great product! http://pinnaclewax.com/xlarcobwafwe.html
Yeah, those are nice but are more a drying towel.
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for removing wax, quik detailing, etc.. (i've used alot of different microfiber towels, and like these the best so far) i use the meguiars ultimate wipe.
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Yeah, the Poorboy's World Towels are nice because, like many higher end towels, they don't have tags.
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I have heard good things about those as well. They are just a bit more pricey than other towels.
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these are nice and not pricey to say the least, and available at most auto stores. --> http://www.autopia-carcare.com/vk-988400.html
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these are nice and not pricey to say the least, and available at most auto stores. --> http://www.autopia-carcare.com/vk-988400.html
Dude, those are drying towels again. We are talking about regular 16x16 MF towels.
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Dude, those are drying towels again. We are talking about regular 16x16 MF towels.
****!!! my bad.... this place seems to have good quality microfiber products. ----> www.microfibertech.com
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****!!! my bad.... this place seems to have good quality microfiber products. ----> www.microfibertech.com
Yes, MF Tech has good quality MF products. A lot fo the manufacturers buy their's from them as well.
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just go to walmart. 5 for $5 they are like 12x12
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ya, u get what u pay for.
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just go to walmart. 5 for $5 they are like 12x12
i have those mf towels, and i use them for the door jams, etc... they are cheap and you get what you pay for.
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I've tried both the Target and Walmart ones. They're really thin and cheap. They pretty much became rags that I use around the house.
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Very true. I just bought 2 packs of a dozen 12x12 MF cloths from Sam's Club. They were $7.99 for a 12 pack. Wow are those some shitty cloths! They leave crap behind everywhere.
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