Micro-Fluffy Detailing Towel (anthracite/anthracite)

    Product code: MC1091122

    Micro-Fluffy Detailing Towel (anthracite/anthracite)

    Fiberglass Boats (GRP)

    • High pile double fleece microfiber towel, perfect for wiping off Cleaner Fluids and polishes
    • washable up to 40° C
    • drastically time-saving compared to regular cotton terry towels

    These luxuriously soft polishing towels made of a "fluffy" high-pile microfibre material were specially developed for us in Germany.

    We guarantee you will be amazed on how much time you can save by using them to wipe-off Cleaner Fluids and polishes. Extraordinary thick and prime-quality microfibers (about 1kg/m2! Truly "State-of-the-art" and extreme absorption levels are guaranteed by this high quality microfiber material, which consists of 70% polyester / 30% polyamide with its microfibers of 0.02 Denier. In addition, a special non-scratching silk seam allows for the towels to be machine-washed up to 40° C. Removing the washing-instructions label before use is however advisable.On today's market, microfiber towels can be found in all qualities. So here are a few tips on how you can differentiate between prime-quality towels and cheap off-the-mill products:

    a) The microfiber quality

    Cheap microfiber towels do not have "split fibers" as the equipment required to actually "split" the fibers is very expensive. Quality microfiber towels can absorb 7 to 8 times of their own weight (as split fibers offer a far superior larger absorption rate/surface).

    b) The microfiber size

    Cheap microfiber towels always have larger fibers (up to 0.5 Denier or more what is in fact about the diameter of a normal polyester thread). Top-quality towels, however, are made of "real" microfibers measuring down to 0.02 Denier. The more fibers a microfiber tissue can offer per sq.-inch or m2, the better the results.

    c) The microfiber material

    As polyamide is far more costly than polyester, consequently, cheap towels often consist of 100% polyester or only contain a very small percentage of polyamide. This has obviously a significant impact on their absorbtion rate. A mix of 80% polyester and 20% polyamide is today's "quality standard". A 70%/30% prime-quality mix however, will absorb fluids even better AND much faster. As mostly, quality comes at a price.