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I use one at a time. You wet it first and wring it out. You don't use circular motions as you would a chamois or something. You dry a panel by gliding the towel over the panel and then wring it out. Continue until car is dry. It'll do half of my hood and roof at at time as those are larger panels.
When I'm done I ha… see more
I use one at a time. You wet it first and wring it out. You don't use circular motions as you would a chamois or something. You dry a panel by gliding the towel over the panel and then wring it out. Continue until car is dry. It'll do half of my hood and roof at at time as those are larger panels.
When I'm done I hang it to dry. I'll dry my car 2 to 3 times before putting the towel in the washer and switching to the other towel. I wash my car once a week.....weather permitting. Be sure to get decent microfiber towel cleaning soap as well. I toss it in the washer with all of my other MF towels. see less
I use one at a time. You wet it first and wring it out. You don't use circular motions as you would a chamois or something. You dry a panel by gliding the towel over the panel and then wring it out. Continue until car is dry. It'll do half of my hood and roof at at time as those are larger panels.
When I'm done I hang it to dry. I'll dry my car 2 to 3 times before putting the towel in the washer and switching to the other towel. I wash my car once a week.....weather permitting. Be sure to get decent microfiber towel cleaning soap as well. I toss it in the washer with all of my other MF towels.

Mike
· February 12, 2017
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We have very few issues with the Pluffle towels. Did you wash them prior to your first use. Often times there may be some lint left from the manufacturing process.
The Rag Company
Seller · June 22, 2020
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Hi, the recently upgraded Pluffle towels now have The Rag Company's exclusive ButterSoft Suede border which is a super soft high-quality 70/30 blend and the most absorbent edging available anywhere. Thanks for asking and thanks for your business!
The Rag Company

The Rag Company
Seller · July 9, 2017
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I haven't noticed any shedding from them. They are great drying towels.
Wayne Ruff
· December 6, 2016
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Our apologies for any confusion. We have updated the listing title and description to correctly reflect the current running weight of 480gsm (grams per square meter). Due to several manufacturing factors (dye used, processing, etc), the weight can slightly vary over time from 475 - 490gsm. But the quality remains ve… see more Our apologies for any confusion. We have updated the listing title and description to correctly reflect the current running weight of 480gsm (grams per square meter). Due to several manufacturing factors (dye used, processing, etc), the weight can slightly vary over time from 475 - 490gsm. But the quality remains very high as a premium Korean microfiber towel from The Rag Company. Thank-you for your business!
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Our apologies for any confusion. We have updated the listing title and description to correctly reflect the current running weight of 480gsm (grams per square meter). Due to several manufacturing factors (dye used, processing, etc), the weight can slightly vary over time from 475 - 490gsm. But the quality remains very high as a premium Korean microfiber towel from The Rag Company. Thank-you for your business!
The Rag Company

The Rag Company
Seller · June 13, 2019
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The new Pluffle's have The Rag Company's exclusive 70/30 blend ButterSoft Suede Edge (replaces the previous satin edge) that is absolutely safe on all surfaces including the softest paints. The towels were tested with TRC's network of professional detailers around the world in all conditions to prove their worthiness a… see more The new Pluffle's have The Rag Company's exclusive 70/30 blend ButterSoft Suede Edge (replaces the previous satin edge) that is absolutely safe on all surfaces including the softest paints. The towels were tested with TRC's network of professional detailers around the world in all conditions to prove their worthiness as among the best Korean towels around. Thank-you for your business!
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The new Pluffle's have The Rag Company's exclusive 70/30 blend ButterSoft Suede Edge (replaces the previous satin edge) that is absolutely safe on all surfaces including the softest paints. The towels were tested with TRC's network of professional detailers around the world in all conditions to prove their worthiness as among the best Korean towels around. Thank-you for your business!
The Rag Company

The Rag Company
Seller · July 31, 2017
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