Supernatural Drying Towel - super-plush microfibre drying towel 120x60cm 500gsm SECONDS
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This is a Supernatural Drying Towel that's either a little discoloured, has a loose thread or has a dirty mark on it. Nothing too bad, but nothing we can sell as 100% up to our standards. This could make it a bit of a bargain for you!
PLEASE NOTE that the picture used is for illustrative purposes only and does not depict the exact item you will receive.
Here's what we say about the original item:
Arguably the largest, softest drying towel that you can get... A huge 120x60cm in size, microsuede edged and white in colour to reveal dirt at the earliest stage to prevent contaminants being wiped over the car. Perfect for pat-drying and made from the softest 500gsm microfibre material available, with the longest ('super-plush') pile that could be specified.
Please note that this towel is best used folded due to its extremely large size and it will be more prone to linting than shorter pile towels. This can be down to stickiness of the panel caused by its physical microscopic roughness or products that have been used during earlier detailing processes. If you have a dark coloured car, please use a plush drying towel instead, like Soft Touch, Orange Plush or Double Touch.
Care of drying towels. All our drying towels are fully machine washable. Wash them with a non-bio liquid at 30 degrees for light soiling or 40 degrees for heavier contamination - or even better, grab some of our Dodo Juice Furry Liquid, which is made for the job. Powders may not dissolve fully and could become caught in the fibres, so liquids are better... and bio detergents may eat the stitching over time. Avoid the use of fabric conditioners or softeners at all costs as these can make drying towels water repellent. If this happens, dry clean the cloth with your tuxedo and duvet next time you are in town, or soak it in a strong APC solution overnight (our Total Wipe Out concentrate is ideal for this). Finally, fluffiness can be restored by tumble drying on a low heat. High heat will damage the fibres. Some clumping/entangling of fibres is natural as the microfibre becomes older - consign old microfibres that are past their best to secondary duties like wheel cleaning.