Drying Aid Towel


  

All of the towels I use are the culmination of many years of trial and error.  As I'm sure you know, microfiber towels aren't cheap.  I'd be ashamed if I actually added up how much I spent to get to this point.  I know I can save you a lot of time, energy, and money by giving you access to buy exactly what I'm using on my cars. 

This is considered the perfect towel for a drying aid application. The Rag Company has done a lot of testing with this towel and found it to be the perfect GSM, pile and loop type for an application of a drying aid like Bead Maker. While this towel is made to be used with Bead Maker you can also use it for another spray type sealants / drying aids that apply in the same manner. This towel also works well standalone on just glass, mirrors & smooth/shiny metals.

Number I have in my cabinet:  20.

Note:  Since I buy in such volume, I'm able to get all of us better pricing than you'd get on your own.  I sell these towels at the same price that you would pay if you bought them in bulk 25+.  

Specs:

  • 550 GSM:  This is the weight per square meter of material.  The weight does not necessarily mean the thickness.  
  • 16" x 16"
  • 70% Polyester (cheaper material) | 30% Polyamide (absorbent material)
  • Microfiber Suede Edge
  • Twisted Loop
  • I don't think it matters all that much, but these are Korean made towels.

Microfiber Care Instructions:

  • Always wash new microfiber towels prior to first use.
  • Wash only with other non-linting materials (NO Cotton!) to maintain proper dirt-gripping properties.
  • Always wash newer black, orange, red, and other dark colored towels separately from lighter colored towels to mitigate the risk of dye bleeding.
  • Machine wash with mild liquid detergent (free of dyes, fragrances, bleach and softeners.)
  • Do NOT use chlorine bleach
  • Do NOT use any fabric softener as this clogs the microfibers and reduces performance.
  • Tumble dry using low heat.
  • Do NOT iron.