waffle weave microfiber towel

If you wash your car yourself & haven’t discovered waffle weave microfiber towels, you need to check them out. A single large (usually between 24″ x 30″ and 25″ x 36″) towel is enough to dry a small to midsize car. Two of them – one per hand – will easily dry an SUV. Plus… they won’t scratch your paint unlike cheap cotton towels or that rag you have lying on your workbench.

If you’re a golfer, throw one in your bag – if you’re caught in the rain, they’re superb at drying grips, the seat on your cart, etc.

There are a variety of sources and prices. I’ve purchased from both Autopia and Detailers Paradise and have received great service from both. As always, I have no connection to either of these suppliers other than being a customer.

Incidentally, if you’d like to learn more about properly caring for your car’s finish, check out autopia.org

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  1. That is a great idea for washing your golf clubs after or during a round!

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  2. kc says:

    Agree… if I know it’s likely to rain I’ll throw two in my bag. I didn’t mention in the post, but these can be laundered in your washing machine and dried on low heat. Thx. kc

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  5. Bob says:

    I need to get a few of these for my boat! Thanks for the post!

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