MC200

Flitz Microfiber Polishing Cloth - 16" x 16" - Single Bag

Flitz Microfiber Polishing Cloth - 16" x 16" - Single Bag
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$4.17
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Microfiber Polishing Cloth - 16" x 16" - Single Bag

Super-Premium 16" x 16" Grey Microfiber Polishing Cloth. Clean faster, easier, cheaper! Use it everywhere, ON ANY SURFACE! Made from Starfiber® Microfiber technology, this cloth works better than any other cloth on the market today -- with or without chemicals.

Removes:
  • Dust
  • Dirt
  • Fingerprints
  • Grease
  • Oil
  • Polish
  • Waxes
  • Bugs and Tar
  • Nicotine film


Why this Product is Best:
Use wet or dry. It works electrostatically. Use on ANY surface. Washable up to 500 times making this a great value. Streak-free performance.

Absorbs 4 times its weight in liquid. Thick commercial grade. After washing, cloth dries in 1/3 the time of ordinary towels.


Instructions for use:
Use wet or dry. When applying or removing wax, use DRY only. Flitz Premium Microfiber Cloths can be used over & over & over-up to 500 times! Following the simple care instructions below will ensure your cloth a maximum life. Cloths do not need to be washed after every use when used only for dusting. Just shake out the cloth, or rinse in hot sudsy water.

Washing & Care Instructions:
Machine wash COLD water. The first time you wash the red cloths, the red color will bleed. WASH WITH LIKE COLORS ONLY! Do NOT use fabric softener. The fabric softener will coat the threads eliminating the absorbance and will also cause streaking.
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Flitz Microfiber Polishing Cloth - 16" x 16" - Single Bag MC200 FLITZ MICROFIBER POLISHING CLOTHS 16" X 16"
$3.68
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