This is a very soft towel (480 GSM) and great for buffing wax or polish. The edgeless is nice, but it can be harder to hold on to. The 16×16 is the perfect size for me because anything bigger is just hard to work with. I think the 4 pack is a great start to your microfiber arsenal.
I use these for door jams, polish/compound removal, and wax/sealant removal. They are a great towel to have handy for miscellaneous tasks as well. I have both the green and gray which allows me to color code when detailing different parts of the car. I’ve confirmed with Phil from Detailers Domain that they are both 600 GSM because it wasn’t clear on their site. 16×16 is my favorite. Durability has been fantastic so far. A set of 10 each is a great start to your microfiber arsenal!
The dual pile is nice, but I don’t use the lower pile side very often.The more plush side (400 GSM) is useful for door jams or cleaning around the license plate.It would need to be softer for a waterless wash in my opinion.These seem good quality so far especially for the price.I think black is dumb because then you can’t see the dirt as easily so I use it on the interior periodically.
This is a great towel for drying your vehicle. As most waffle weaves, it does a great job at soaking up water. It’s pretty expensive and I’m not sure it does that much better of a job than my cheaper priced waffle weaves, but Adam’s is very reliable and predictable so I would definitely recommend it.
The waffle weave from The Rag Company are solid for drying the paint and glass. They soak up water well and don’t leave streaks. I usually prefer 16×16 towels, but the longer ones are convenient when drying an entire car.
I was most skeptical about a towel like this, but now I am a huge fan. I use a waffle weave to clean with windows and follow up with this. The Rag Company rates it at 350 GSM, but it is an entirely different type of microfiber. It has nearly no nap which results in no streaking and quick glass cleaning.
Every detailer needs a towel they can ruin and throw out. These are perfect for the exhaust or areas that are sure to get stained when used. I just use them a few times and throw them out after I’m done. There’s no reason to keep towels this dirty and try to use them again.
These are simple and cheap. I mainly use them to apply products on my windows or a small area of wax. If I use them to apply wax to the entire car, my hand starts to get cramped so I would suggest getting a pad with a larger footprint.
I mainly use these for applying wax/sealant to the car. It’s easy to hold and I don’t get cramped fingers when working on a large surface. I clean them out, but designate an applicator for each product.