When your Microfiber Towels do NOT absorb any longer...

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When your Microfiber Towels do NOT absorb any longer...

By Rob Regan on Mar 27, 2018 in TowelPros News

Drying towels not drying? Try this!

We've long been frustrated by drying towels that after months or so, seem to push the water or product, rather than absorb. This has been in part due to the nature of the products. Sealants have polymers that over time, seem to coat the fibers just as they do the paint. Even putting distilled white vinegar in the cycle does not work after some time.

Recently, an article published in Professional Carwashing and Detailing Magazine, mentioned something that we had NEVER considered. AMMONIA! It was said that ammonia is to be used with towels that are no longer absorbing. Well, we tested an older waffle weave towel and it worked! We are going to do this more frequently to make sure we are 100% positive, but this could be a great way to keep towels working a lot longer.

1/2 cup per load with your normal MF Detergent.

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I have looked into many companies that sell microfiber towels and purchased from a number of them to compare and contrast the value the microfiber towel provides in terms of quality and cost. In my view Towel Pros provides the best value to the consumer for the microfiber towels they sell. Couple that with some amazing customer service and a personal touch to stay in contact with their clients, you would be very hard pressed to find a better choice. Rob certainly goes the extra mile and it is no surprise to see more and more people recommending Towel Pros over others at a very reasonable (affordable) cost. Thanks Rob and Susan for providing such a great option in the maze of companies selling microfiber towels!
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