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    Washing/drying MF towels and mitts

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    I bought this unit for $100 to mainly wash my work cloths. I live in a apt without a washer and was sick of the weekly trip to the laundry mat. As It turns out, this little gems works fantastic for cleaning my towels and wash mitts. I use a once of Chemical Guys MF wash and a few gallons of warm water. Theres no heat but the spinner dries the towels/mitts better than any drier ive used (low heat spin cycle). 4-5 hrs they feel dry to the touch.
    Saves a ton of time and water too.
    HIGHLY recommend if you are like me and wash your car weekly and spending too much time washing MF towels in a standard washer.
    Last edited by kjeeper10; 12-07-2018 at 09:27 AM.
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    Veteran Member Four Rings if6ws9's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjeeper10 View Post
    I bought this unit for $100 on to mainly wash my work cloths. I live in a apt with a washer and was sick of the weekly trip to the laundry mat. It turns out this little gems works fantastic for cleaning my towels and mitts. I use a once of Chemical Guys MF wash and a few gallons of warm water. Theres no heat but the spinner dries the towels/mitts better than any drier ive used (spin cycle). 4-5 hrs they feel dry to the touch.
    Saves a ton of time and water too.
    HIGHLY recommend if you are like me and wash your car weekly and spending too much time washing MF towels in a standard washer.
    Cool!
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    Nice. I've tried a bunch and my current favorite is the Micro-Restore. It is a great cleaner without bleach and fabric softener.

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    Established Member Four Rings kjeeper10's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by henri12 View Post
    Nice. I've tried a bunch and my current favorite is the Micro-Restore. It is a great cleaner without bleach and fabric softener.
    Ill have to try it. So far CG’s works great albeit pricey.
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    I'm also using microfiber restore and like it. Are you getting your CG wash by the gallon? Makes it much more economical that way.

    That little washer is really cool. I'm going to have to look into that. It seems like I'm always doing small loads every week.

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    Established Member Four Rings kjeeper10's Avatar
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    Washing/drying MF towels and mitts

    Quote Originally Posted by Diokhan View Post
    I'm also using microfiber restore and like it. Are you getting your CG wash by the gallon? Makes it much more economical that way.

    That little washer is really cool. I'm going to have to look into that. It seems like I'm always doing small loads every week.
    Exactly!!!! I was hand washing my mitts prior unless i was ready go go to the laundromat. One day i washed my car and tossed in the washer a bunch of MF towels and a large drying towel. Came out as clean or cleaner than a regular wash. And to my surprise very close to dry using the spinner ... thing cranks lol
    15-20 minutes, hang dry over night and the towels/mitts are ready for another wash.

    Will have to look at buying the wash by the gallon .. stuff goes rather quickly.
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