Double Plush Edgeless Microfiber Towel 16" X 16"

Double Plush Edgeless Microfiber Towel 16" X 16"

6.95

This Double Plush Microfiber Towel is Perfect for Buffing, Removing Wax, and Quick Detailing without Scratching!

  • No Edges to Scratch Your Finish
  • Extremely Soft and Deep Pile
  • Plush on BOTH Sides
  • Gentle on Even the Most Delicate Surfaces
  • Washable and Re-Useable

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This Double Plush Microfiber Towel won't scratch the most delicate finishes- it is extremely plush on BOTH sides unlike most other microfiber towels.

The "Edgeless" design of this towel makes it nearly impossible to introduce any swirl marks on soft finishes.

It is also not SO thick that you lose any feeling of touch when you fold it on your hand and wipe the surface - making it extremely suitable for double duty of removing wax and using with a "quick detailer" spray wax.

The deep pile picks up plenty of wax and other residue without sacrificing the performance of the towel during your detail.

This is our new favorite towel for removing wax - it does a phenomenal job!

Care Instructions:  Caring for your microfiber towels is very easy. By keeping a few simple things in mind, you can keep your microfiber towels looking and working like new. Wash and dry your microfibers at home in your own washer and dryer. Using our Jax Wax Micro Renew detergent; Wash with warm water. Proceed to dry them using a low temperature.

  • Do Not use Bleach
  • Do Not use Fabric Softener or Dryer Sheets
  • Do Not wash with other cotton items, separate colors, do not wash dark and light color together
  • Do Not Dry with high heat

Bleach will break down the polyester and polyamide fibers. Fabric softeners or dryer sheets will coat your fibers, making them less effective. If you do not want your microfiber towels to lint, do not wash them with cotton fabrics. The lint from the cotton items will get trapped in you microfiber towels causing them to lint the next time you use them. Drying your microfiber towels with high heat will literally melt the fibers. Instead, tumble dry with low or no heat.