DetailsChemical Guys Microfiber Wash is a specialty detergent that cleans and restores microfiber. The advanced cleaning formula releases dirt, grease, and residue, leaving microfiber feeling like new. Microfiber Wash maintains the original condition of microfiber by gently cleaning the fabric to preserve its softness. Microfiber Wash removes wax, polish, dirt, grease, and stains, and leaves microfiber goods with a fresh scent. The versatile microfiber detergent can be used by hand or in any washing machine. Microfiber Wash is concentrated to easily clean and restore even the dirtiest microfiber. The innovative wash solution gently cleanses the microfiber of dirt and grime while restoring the soft feel back to any microfiber towel. The microfiber detergent is approved for high efficiency washing machines for easy cleaning. Quickly and easily clean microfiber towels, clothing, bedding, and upholstery using the versatile cleaning detergent. Gently clean and restore microfiber goods with Chemical Guys Microfiber Wash.
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Clean and soft microfiber is crucial to preventing scratches on paint. Use Chemical Guys Microfiber Wash to keep your microfiber towels clean, soft, and absorbent!
To wash and dry microfiber goods:
Separate microfiber towels by type into designated wash & dry loads.
Keep grimy towels separate from cleaner paint towels!
Start by washing “cleaner” towels first, then finish with “grimier” towels.
Machine wash microfiber goods with Chemical Guys Microfiber Wash and HOT water.
Add 1 ounce for small wash loads; 2 ounces for medium loads; or 3 or more for large wash loads
Hot water opens the fibers to better release dirt and grease.
Do not use fabric softener: fabric softeners clog microfiber and render them unabsorbent and useless.
Machine dry microfiber goods on LOW heat.
High heat cooks fibers, makes them hard, and then they can scratch paint.
Do not use fabric softener dryer sheets: fabric softeners clog microfiber and render them unabsorbent and useless.
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Good stuff. Put your cloths in a bucket, add a few capfuls off this & leave to soak for a couple of hours. Chuck in the washing machine - hey presto, good as new !
Really conditions the cloths & brings them up nicely.
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