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Excellent product ,I advise everyone to try it
SHAHNAZ MALLA
· May 27, 2019
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These towels are more than fine on all colors of cars for most any purpose. The idea that they will abrade, at any level, paint of any color car is nonsense. The only way that will happen with any microfiber towel is if scratchable debris (if you will) gets in the towel or the towel itself inherently scratches paint. Y… see more These towels are more than fine on all colors of cars for most any purpose. The idea that they will abrade, at any level, paint of any color car is nonsense. The only way that will happen with any microfiber towel is if scratchable debris (if you will) gets in the towel or the towel itself inherently scratches paint. You don't have to worry about the latter and the former won't occur if you clean the car properly before waxing. I use these towels to wipe and remove spray wax on dark vehicles all the time. For polish and perhaps paste wax, I'd probably go with a more premium towel (like Rag Company Eagle), but only because I think it would make removal of the product a little easier. see less These towels are more than fine on all colors of cars for most any purpose. The idea that they will abrade, at any level, paint of any color car is nonsense. The only way that will happen with any microfiber towel is if scratchable debris (if you will) gets in the towel or the towel itself inherently scratches paint. You don't have to worry about the latter and the former won't occur if you clean the car properly before waxing. I use these towels to wipe and remove spray wax on dark vehicles all the time. For polish and perhaps paste wax, I'd probably go with a more premium towel (like Rag Company Eagle), but only because I think it would make removal of the product a little easier.
scott_from_dallas
· February 27, 2019
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Sorry, but I do not know.
Mary Albright
· December 26, 2019
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Both times I bought these they were in the Kirkland packaging
Jeffrey Frost
· January 26, 2017
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Yes they are safe. But they are not big enough or thick enough. You will be using 5-10 of these just to dry. Instead, you should get one big towel dedicated for drying. That would be a cheaper option.
Max
· September 11, 2018
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Not sure I don’t have the plastic cover where they came in
Manuel
· February 21, 2019
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They don't label the gsm its pretty standard around 280-360 I believe.
KL
· October 16, 2017
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They are made in China from the highest quality raw material available
Microfiberhome
Seller · March 14, 2016