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Unlike many cheaper wash mitts, our drying loop is made from a nice quality, durable microfiber material that is designed not to scratch. The loop is actually an important product care feature as it enables you to easily hang your mitt to air dry (the recommended method of drying). Without a hanging loop, a user may of… see more Unlike many cheaper wash mitts, our drying loop is made from a nice quality, durable microfiber material that is designed not to scratch. The loop is actually an important product care feature as it enables you to easily hang your mitt to air dry (the recommended method of drying). Without a hanging loop, a user may oftentimes be inclined to set the mitt down on a surface to dry or leave when not in use where the possibility of collecting debris is a much greater risk for causing scratches with future use. If the loop still isn't desired, a user always has the option of removing it - "better to have it and not need it, then to need it and not have it...". Thanks! see less Unlike many cheaper wash mitts, our drying loop is made from a nice quality, durable microfiber material that is designed not to scratch. The loop is actually an important product care feature as it enables you to easily hang your mitt to air dry (the recommended method of drying). Without a hanging loop, a user may oftentimes be inclined to set the mitt down on a surface to dry or leave when not in use where the possibility of collecting debris is a much greater risk for causing scratches with future use. If the loop still isn't desired, a user always has the option of removing it - "better to have it and not need it, then to need it and not have it...". Thanks!
The Rag Company
Seller · June 30, 2015
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Hi Mitchell, these Microfiber Chenille Mitts are an 80/20 blend. I'm not aware of any Microfiber Chenille used in mitts today that consists of a 70/30 blend as that is typically only used in premium auto detailing towels (the vast majority of microfiber towels from The Rag Company rated for auto detailing are a 70/30 … see more Hi Mitchell, these Microfiber Chenille Mitts are an 80/20 blend. I'm not aware of any Microfiber Chenille used in mitts today that consists of a 70/30 blend as that is typically only used in premium auto detailing towels (the vast majority of microfiber towels from The Rag Company rated for auto detailing are a 70/30 blend). Unfortunately, many inexpensive Chenille mitts from China are a poor quality, non-absorbent 90/10 that we would recommend you definitely avoid. We have sold tens of thousands of these quality Chenille Mitts over the past several years with no issues which can deliver excellent long-term results with proper care. Thanks!
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Hi Mitchell, these Microfiber Chenille Mitts are an 80/20 blend. I'm not aware of any Microfiber Chenille used in mitts today that consists of a 70/30 blend as that is typically only used in premium auto detailing towels (the vast majority of microfiber towels from The Rag Company rated for auto detailing are a 70/30 blend). Unfortunately, many inexpensive Chenille mitts from China are a poor quality, non-absorbent 90/10 that we would recommend you definitely avoid. We have sold tens of thousands of these quality Chenille Mitts over the past several years with no issues which can deliver excellent long-term results with proper care. Thanks!
The Rag Company

The Rag Company
Seller · November 7, 2016
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So far after about 1 year of use, my have not separated or deteriorated at all. Not sure what you mean by the batting fabric though.
Alex
· September 28, 2015
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i was the mitts after every use. i don't have a place to hang up the mitts allowing them to dry and air out properly. i use them for car washing so there is a lot of road dirt on them so cleaning them is important for me.
Ronald Petersen
· September 14, 2016
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Not sure if the seams are double stitched.
zon_Buyer
· May 20, 2019
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I would not use these to apply wax or a similar product. These are for cleaning with automotive soapy suds & water.
zon_Buyer
· May 20, 2019
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Mine looks like the item listed, but the packaging insert says made in china
Unknown User
· March 24, 2019
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Many times they are a great investment.
Bcaton
· May 26, 2016
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I wash these in warm water with NO fabric softener, then hang to dry, then store in my clean buckets with a lid. Try to keep dust off by keeping them stored away.
zon_Buyer
· May 20, 2019
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Hi Eric, there is no difference between the two chenille microfiber mitts other than the color. Thanks!
The Rag Company

The Rag Company
Seller · May 26, 2016
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