Treat Your Towels with Respect
Once upon a time, people getting ready to do a home car wash just grabbed the nearest old t-shirt. Today there are several options that could be more preferential to the user. One thing they all have is in common is they require some TLC, especially when it comes to washing and drying. Here are a few tips for keeping carwashing towels in top shape:
- Do wash them before the first use to get rid of any factory residue.
- Do use different towels for different jobs. Have separate towels for interior use, exterior use, and dirty jobs like the wheels and exhaust.
- Do listen to mom and sort before washing. Washing all of three sets of towels at the same time spreads contaminants and defeats the purpose of having different towels for different jobs.
- Don’t use fabric softener. Fabric softener reduces absorbency.
- Don’t use bleach or products with bleach alternatives. Bleach breaks down the microfibers, causing them to produce lint.
- Don’t rely on ordinary laundry detergent. This is where microfiber towels show their downside: While they’re absorbing all of that water, they’re also absorbing dirt, grease, grime, and whatever other contaminants with which they come in contact.
- Do clean the lint trap before putting towels in the dryer.
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