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Old 05-16-2005, 03:32 PM   #1
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Buffing rag bargain at dollar store

I bought some micro-fleece (i.e., turtle fur, polar fleece) scarves from the dollar store I think where the baby items were, obviously synthetic, really fine fleece. They work great for buffing out wax. No scratching or swirls and of course you know what I paid for them. May have been a seasonal item but there may be something similar at Wallymart or Kmart.
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Old 05-17-2005, 12:21 PM   #2
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I bought some micro-fleece (i.e., turtle fur, polar fleece) scarves from the dollar store I think where the baby items were, obviously synthetic, really fine fleece. They work great for buffing out wax. No scratching or swirls and of course you know what I paid for them. May have been a seasonal item but there may be something similar at Wallymart or Kmart.
Cool deal, I have been using microfiber to dry off and it hasn't worked all that great. I also got soap in my chamois. Still can't get all the soap out. Jet black here so water is a PITA
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waffle weave = best drying towel

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