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My great white and double plush microfiber have managed to get a bit dirty after a ton of use.

What is the recommended procedure for washing these towels?

I'm guessing a low tumble wash?


Thanks!
 

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I always wash my microfibers (Adam's) on warm wash (not hot) with a tiny bit of liquid detergent with a 2nd rinse. Then I wash them again with no soap at all. Dry in the dryer with as low heat as possible for a short time and then let them air dry the rest of the way.
 

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I always wash my microfibers (Adam's) on warm wash (not hot) with a tiny bit of liquid detergent with a 2nd rinse. Then I wash them again with no soap at all. Dry in the dryer with as low heat as possible for a short time and then let them air dry the rest of the way.
Sounds good, thanks!
 

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Yea Exactly what Steven said, I just make sure to use a FREE detergent, ie No Dyes etc. If they have really bad stains you can spot treat them with a shot of APC. Hope this helps!
 

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No fabric softeners or dryer sheets.
 

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it might sound crazy but when i worked at dodge the detailer there put all his mircofiber towels in a bucket of degreeser and then washed them.. always came out super clean and never ruiend the towels.. i dunno how the degreser would be in ur washer so i dunno if i recommend it but it sure worked for him
 

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it might sound crazy but when i worked at dodge the detailer there put all his mircofiber towels in a bucket of degreeser and then washed them.. always came out super clean and never ruiend the towels.. i dunno how the degreser would be in ur washer so i dunno if i recommend it but it sure worked for him
i do this with garage clothes, use the purple degreaser stuff in the washer.
 

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You have been given all of the best info!
I use Woolite for my Adam's towels...and Gain for my work clothes!!

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