Microfiber Suede Towel
Don't confuse Micro Suede with regular, terry Microfiber. Terry or velour weave Microfiber is designed to adhere to a surface. It literally clings to grease and film, taking it off in a single swipe.
While this is desirable for most surfaces, it is a disaster for a waxed finish. The plush terry microfiber cannot distinguish between a layer of expensive Carnauba wax and common greasy film.
Suede Microfiber is very different. It glides across the surface, with a natural polish-like friction, that requires no effort. This unique trait makes MicroSuede Microfiber one of the finest polishing materials in the world.
Our 16" x 16" silky-suede, polishing cloth has no equal for buffing all types of wax. Paste waxes, liquid waxes and polymer sealants are polished to a shine that rivals fine silver. The silky-smooth suede will maintain the shine on your aluminum wheels, brass beds, motorcycle chrome, or fine jewelry. No polishing cloth has ever matched its versatility, durability or pure pleasure to use.
Our Microfiber towels are a man made fiber 100 times finer than human hair, and 10 times finer than silk. The fiber is split, creating a super absorbency (7-10 times its own weight) and the ultimate in cleaning properties.
Suede Microfiber (80% polyester and 20% polyamide) is the finest weave of all. With over 95,000 fibers per square inch, it is softer and finer than any other Microfiber or conventional cloth available today. It is especially effective for polishing jewelry, china and stemware.
Even though we try to maintain color consistency, towels may vary in color without notice.