I'm looking for a really good and safe drying towel...the Fieldcrest Royal Velvet towels are no longer available. Any suggestions?? Thanks!!
A towel is a towel, right? Unfortunately, this is not correct. If you grew up in a house like mine, Mom retired the old bath towels to the garage for car and dog duty. What Mom didn't realize is that most bath towels use a backing material that contains heavy polyester thread. The edges of the towel are stitched with polyester thread, too. Pound for pound, polyester is stronger than steel. This is great for long-lasting bath towels, but it's not so good for your car's paint. Traditional polyester and polyester blend thread scratches automotive paint finishes. Use paint-safe microfiber or 100% cotton detailing towels.sagers2 said:I'm looking for a really good and safe drying towel...the Fieldcrest Royal Velvet towels are no longer available. Any suggestions?? Thanks!!
wuzoo,wuzoo said:i buy loads of toilet paper for drying and waxing. I do this, as a cloth rag, will acumulate dirt. Constantly using a dirty rag will scratch your paint. It does not matter how clean you think your cloth rag is, it will still be full of fine particle crap that will score your paint
Regularly using & replacing toilet paper should mean you dont rub grit all over your paint and, in the long run, this should mean healthier paint