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Double Thick - Microfiber Car Cloths
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Double Thick - Microfiber Car Cloths

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Our Thickest Most Premium Microfiber

550GSM with our patented silk border makes this microfiber car cloth both luxurious and durable. A great choice for use with our Detail Spray or Waterless Wash, our Double Thick rag will leave behind a great shine without scratching or linting on any painted, chrome, plastic, glass or interior surface!

Need a quick interior touch up? This double thick microfiber works great for dusting dashboards, cleaning seats or other interior surfaces. Pair it with our Interior Detail Spray for a great clean.

  • GSM:  550 GSM
  • Blend:  70% Polyester / 30% Polyamide
  • Weave:  Circular Knit
  • Border / Edging:  Black Suede Edge
  • Country of Origin:  South Korea


The simple answer is No. High quality and well kept microfiber cloths cannot scratch your car.

But we recommend using a premium edgeless or silk lined microfiber cloth for best results.

The BEST microfiber cloth for your car will vary depending upon its usage.

For Drying your car, we recommend our Microfiber Dying Towel with Twisted Loop Technology.

For detailing, our premium edgeless microfibers work great.

For interior cleaning or general cleaning use, our Utility Towel is a perfect match.

The best cloth for drying a car would be our Microfiber Dying Towel with Twisted Loop Technology.

Twisted loop absorbs more than 8X its weight in water without leaving behind any streaks. Making it the best choice for car drying.

Although one of the most effective products to dry a large vehicle (or even a boat) is a chamois.

We DO NOT recommend using chamois for drying your car.

Chamois are usually a super-absorbent synthetic rubber type material (or leather), which can actually add scratches or swirl marks to your finish.

We recommend a microfiber car cloth as they are specifically designed to detail and dry your vehicle without scratching or streaking.

Although tempting and something you may have seen your friends doing, we do NOT recommend using a bath towel to dry a car.

And this is why...

Bath cloths are typically made from cotton, which is different than the high quality synthetic blend found in most microfiber car cloths. Bath towels can cause scratches and swirl marks to accumulate on your vehicle finish over time.