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Very good article on microfiber

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by peterp, Feb 14, 2004.

  1. peterp

    peterp F1 Veteran

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  3. wax

    wax Four Time F1 World Champ
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    Amazingly tiny. How is the polyester attached to polyamide?
     
  4. loungedog

    loungedog Formula Junior

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  5. ChrisfromRI

    ChrisfromRI Karting

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    Won't that new "Mr. Clean" car wash that does not require any towel drying be even easier than replacing our terry cloth car drying towels with micro-fiber car drying towels? If so, towel drying might soon be obsolete altogether...

    Too bad the article only addressed car drying towels, as the micro-fiber shirts that I have worn seem great at regulating temperature over a fairly wide range (unfortunately for applications other than for racing, as I believe there is a fire/burn risk with polyesters).

    Kind Regards, Chris

    PS: I am referring to the new Mr. Clean (bald guy) car wash detergent being advertised on Speed, and other channels.
     
  6. greg512tr

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    Anybody have a good source for buying good quality microfibre towels? From the article there is good stuff and cheaply made ones..
     
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  8. GaryReed

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    Costco Warehouse Club is selling mutipacks of microfiber towels in their automotive section. I can't remember the price, but a friend bought a pack and said they worked great on his 360.
     

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