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White MF Polishing Towels

White MF Polishing Towels

4 Pack Microfiber Polishing Towels

Regular price $15.00
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The Best Microfiber Towel for Buffing and Waxing your car.

The White MF Polishing Towels features a 300+gsm fiber in a unique weave that is incredibly efficient for buffing off polish, wax, and other paint products. I came across these towels years ago when I was mobile detailing, and was amazed with their performance. With the release of the AMMO Polishing Line, I sought out the highest quality version of this towel for a superlative polishing system. The White MF Polishing Towel does not conceal what you're buffing off. Extremely helpful for paint correction on single stage and clear coat, paint prep/decon, and buffing/leveling wax, coatings, or sealants.

  • Perfect buffing towel for polish, compound, or wax
  • Tight 300+ GSM microfiber
  • 4 Towels Per Pack
  • Streak-Free Finish
  • Excellent final wipe towel for "leveling" coatings during application
  • Long life with proper laundry care


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How do I use White MF Polishing Towels

1. Fold in four.

2. Gently buff paint in straight line motions.

3. Flip towel to clean side as it becomes soiled.

4. Towels are reusable. Soak in warm soapy water and machine wash on delicate. Do not over dry.

"Buff away the polish and dive into the depth of your paint."

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews

Amazing company


Always great quality from Larry

Rick Smith
Quality made.

Worth the money. These towels are well made and soft yet strong enough to get the job done. Polish removal is a breeze and gives you a perfect finish. The pile on these are just right.

Art T
White Paint Correction Microfibers

In my review of X-Foliate, I noted that I used the WAFL and Micro-Fiber pads (both excellent, by the way), but did not talk about these micro-fibers towels for removing the fluid, post-correction.

These are very much worth the investment. They are amazingly soft, hold a lot of spent material, work quick, don't scratch, and you can get a lot of area covered with one 8-fold Micro-fiber towel.
I know they are a bit pricey, but if you find yourself rubbing hard or leaving a haze of material, etc, just try one pack and I think you will see a difference.
Larry and I discussed, and I am bought into the discipline that if you have these specific towels, wash them by themselves. Don't risk compromising them with possible contamination from other MF rags that you have to clean. I think you will find that you are using them exclusively for fluid/compound removal in the future, certainly for final passes for correction. A great add to the "arsenal".