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        Washing Microfiber Towels

        We are going over the complete guide on how to wash and maintain your microfiber towels.

        Microfiber towels are the most important tools that you'll need to detail any vehicle they're going to help you maintain a swirl and scratch-free finish they're going to give you better results when detailing and they're also going to make sure that all your detailing is always on point whether you need some of the interior or the exterior vehicle, Microfiber towels come in many different sizes and many different colors the most popular one is in size 16 x 16 inches microfiber towel.


        We're going to break down all the different methods to wash and maintain your microfiber towels how to separate them how to select the right shampoo and wash settings and also how to store your microfiber towels, so they're always ready to go, and they always stay in the best condition now here at Towel Depot we sell and manufactured the best wholesale microfiber towels which is designed for heavy work like the workhorse microfiber or even specialty microfiber towels like a waffle weave drying towel now before you even start washing the microfiber towels you want to make sure that they're all separated most detailing shops, color code microfiber towel and that means they use a specific color microfiber towel for every job around the vehicle because different areas of the vehicle are going to have different types of different dirt types of debris that need to be cleaned effectively. 

        You don't want to get cross-contamination between your different towels to give an example majority of the detailing companies use yellow microfiber for the interior or use green microfibers for the exterior blue microfiber towels for the glass and the windows. Some detailing companies or car wash companies prefer surgical reclaimed huck rags, which is 100% cotton lint-free for drying, you can also use any applicator pads for spreading things like wax sealant dressing or any other type of application method, that you want to use on the vehicle and we separate all of our towels to avoid the cross-contamination of other debris and other product moving on to our towels.

        Detailers use green towels moreover to wash the vehicle to wax to polish and to apply sealant now, If you wash your green towels in the same load that you're going to wash your blue towels you're going to get cross-contamination where all of the microfiber debris comes off the towels and moves to another towel, so that's where wax and polish embeds itself in the blue towel and then if you grab the blue towel to clean your windows, you get streaks on the glass, and you're not going to get the best results that you could get so to avoid all this we separate the towels and individual groups and then wash them accordingly we recommend separating the yellow the green the blue and then do a specialty load and then one load of the applicators pad, applicators pads usually have a lot of dressing a lot of wax a lot of extra product you don't want to cross-contaminate to the other towels, so we recommend washing them by themselves.

        Microfiber Washing TipsYou can take the towels that you've already separated into groups and take them over to your washing machine now you're going to load up the washing machine with individual groups of towels, and you're going to go ahead and set the washing machine to the proper setting now for any washing machine, you're going to make sure that you use the hot setting because you always want to wash microfiber on the hot water setting itself as you can see this microfiber has a lot of dirt and a lot of stains on the towel itself that's because each fiber in the towel takes all the dirt and debris and traps it inside now microfiber consists of millions of little fibers all over the towel material, and they're designed to pick up and hold dirt now the only way to release that dirt from the towel is to use hot water which is going to open up the fibers expand them and then allow all the trash all the contamination and dirt to be removed from the towel to restore that soft plush feel this is going to mean that you're going to have a nice scratch-free and swirl-free finish.


        Whenever using microfiber so now that you have the right temperature on the hot you're going to make sure that you turn the speed of the machine to regular or heavy duty to get proper scrubbing so now it's time to add your microfiber detergent to your washing
        machine now when you're washing microfiber towels we recommend that you choose a microfiber specific detergent to get the job done properly do not use generic laundry detergent and do not use fabric softener.

         

        fabric softener” coats each individual microfiber on the towel what that's going to do is that's going to cause a towel not to be able to absorb any water or any moisture or pick up any dirt it's going to leave your towels useless because the fabric softener destroys the microfiber material here, at Towel Depot we recommend to use microfiber wash which is a wash solution designed specifically for microfiber goods now this is pH balanced and neutral so it's not going to harm the microfiber towels.

        It's also going to improve the softness and restore that fluffy feel now if you use microfiber wash with your towels are going to last longer, and they're going to perform better because the microfiber wash is going to clean out all the heavy dirt and any type of stains so if you use microfibers to clean your wheels where they have a lot of brake dust or use the clean under carriages where there's a lot of dirt and grease the microfiber wash is going to pull out all that material and restore your microfibers back to original condition so now that we've added our microfiber wash to our washing machine let's go ahead and press the start button and then close the lid now let's just let the washing machine do its job to remove all the dirt and debris now if you don't have a washing machine you can easily wash the towels in a warm water bucket and scrub them on a grit guard or with a brush and once they're done you can hang dry them, but we recommend to wash in a washing machine either at your home your apartment or go to a local coin wash where you can use their equipment that way you're going to get better results and your microfiber towels are going to last much longer.


        When you're washing machines done go ahead and unload the towels when you open up the machine you're going to notice that the towels are clean and soft again and they're
        ready to be dried so take your towels out of your washing machine and move them over to your dryer now that your towels are loaded in the machine select the proper heat for your drying now on a dryer to dry microfiber towels you only want to use the low heat setting do not dry on the high heat the reason you don't want to use high heat.

        What is microfiber towels made of

        What is Microfiber Towels Made Of

        Microfiber towels are made up of two types of material polyester and polyamide the towels that we sell here are very high-quality microfiber towels in approx. 350 GSM.


        They're going to last much longer, but if you dry your towels on high heat the heat is going to cook the polyester, and it's going to cause the towels to feel stiff and rough now when that happens your towels are going to start creating swell marks and scratches and they're not going to have that soft plush feel anymore so now that your microfiber towels are dry go ahead and pull them out of the dryer and fold them and store them in a proper location now you always want to make sure that you fold and store your microfiber towels properly so they don't get dirty and they always stay clean and ready to Tail if you drop a microfiber towel on the floor it's going to pick up any dirt and debris and you type of sand that's
        on the surface and it's going to pull it over to your paint which is going to cause scratches and swirls so when you're done washing your microfiber towels take them to fold your towels up and then store them in either a cabinet or any type of plastic container where they're not going to get dirty, and they're away from the environment.

        We recommend storing your towels on a cart so they're ready to go and they stay out of the way, and they're always going to stay clean now your towels are going to be ready to go, and they're going to perform better, and they're going to get the best results when you go grab them from your cabinet so now you know the complete guide on how to wash and maintain your microfiber towels now remember when you wash and maintain your microfiber towels they're going to last longer and they're going to perform better that means your car is going to stay cleaner and look better all year long now microfiber towels are some of the most important tools that you can use when detailing so if you purchase nice quality microfiber towels make sure you maintain them with the proper methods and the proper quality microfiber detergent.