Dry Hard - double-sided twisted-loop microfibre drying towel 60x90cm 1100gsm
Dry Hard - double-sided twisted-loop microfibre drying towel 60x90cm 1100gsm
Dry Hard - double-sided twisted-loop microfibre drying towel 60x90cm 1100gsm

Dry Hard - double-sided twisted-loop microfibre drying towel 60x90cm 1100gsm

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Yippee Ki Yay Motherbuffers!

We've just created nothing short of the ultimate drying towel, so you can dry hard... with a vengeance.

This twisted-loop 60x90cm monster has a knotted pile that weighs in at 1100gsm, made from two sheets of highly absorbent 'twist' microfibre.

It's 50% larger in area than normal 60x60cm towels, drying a whole car without the need to wring it out - whilst still being of a size that you can handle easily without risk of dragging it on the ground.

And whilst plush pile is a great all-rounder - being soft, piled and absorbent - twisted-loop microfibre takes drying to a whole new level.

Its thousands of individual loops help collect standing water on the panel, effectively dragging it into the pile and scooping it away. In fact, you'll probably wonder what the fuss is about until you start using one, or dry half a car with your old towel and half with a twisted-loop version.

We've also made sure that our drying towel does everything it can to keep your car swirl-free. No tag. An internal seam instead of a normal edge. And, of course, soft microfibre loops. All whilst keeping any residual dirt away from the paint thanks to its deep pile.

 

 

Not to be confused with cheaper single ply twisted-loop alternatives. Unless you buy two of them and stitch them together yourself. Then you could compare them, perhaps. Assuming they were both a massive 60x90cm in size.

Welcome to the party, pal.

 

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 microfibre cloths water repellent. If this happens, you'll need to send the cloth to the dry cleaners, or soak it in a strong APC solution overnight (Dodo Juice Total Wipe Out 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.