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[Amazon Canada] Amazon Basics Microfiber towels 144 pack $47.76 of course free shipping

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[Amazon Canada] Amazon Basics Microfiber towels 144 pack $47.76 of course free shipping

12" x 16"
Good buy for a basic towel.
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S&S = $40.60 - 144 microfiber towels

$0.28 per towel
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Also ordered, thank you! Awesome for throw aways. Any dirty jobs.
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Good deal. Bought the 36 one for 30$ last prime day thought that was cheap lol

Pretty good for cars. Easy to clean and reuse too.
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Great deal if your sharing this with a few people otherwise what's one person going to do with so many towels?
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Are these good for the car? I have those coloured ones from Canadian tire I use to dry my car with and they work fine.

Also, does the quality of these go down after washing and drying in the machine?
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flyingnurse wrote:
Nov 11th, 2017 8:49 pm
Are these good for the car? I have those coloured ones from Canadian tire I use to dry my car with and they work fine.

Also, does the quality of these go down after washing and drying in the machine?
They are not great for the paint portion of your car. Door jams, engine etc? Amazing. If you're not concerned about swirls then You can use them everywhere.

Try to air dry microfibers.
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Whoa! That's a lot of towels! What do I need that many towels for? Why do I kinda want that many towels? Crap, now where am I going to keep this many towels?

True story.

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Sibze wrote:
Nov 11th, 2017 8:52 pm
They are not great for the paint portion of your car. Door jams, engine etc? Amazing. If you're not concerned about swirls then You can use them everywhere.

Try to air dry microfibers.
Okay thanks. Looks like I am passing on these then.
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Ive saved so much money switching from paper towels to these towels or terry towels. They absprd so much better and they are reusable.
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Thatdealguy wrote:
Nov 11th, 2017 8:46 pm
S&S = $40.60 - 144 microfiber towels

$0.28 per towel
You should mention you got that price on S&S based on 5 items to apply the 15%.
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Nov 19, 2016
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Never used these really..
Anybody ever tried using them as kitchen towels.. Or is that not good idea?
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flyingnurse wrote:
Nov 11th, 2017 9:05 pm
Okay thanks. Looks like I am passing on these then.
When professional detailers clean/dry car paint is always with new towels.

Keep in mind you only cause swirls when something harder than the paint is in contact with the paint.

To summarize, use new towels or only towels which have touched clean areas of the car to dry. Don't take a towel you dried/cleaned your wheels with to wash the car.

These towels won't cause swirls unless you do as above.
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Pretty good. I paid .24 a towel a year ago i think and haven't used many yet =/ just stored away.

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