Clean Tools Absorber Synthetic Chamois Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
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Ditch the scratchy terry cloth and inefficient chamois—dry your vehicle faster than ever with the Absorber drying tool from Clean Tools. The original all-PVA (poly vinyl alcohol) shammy, the Absorber holds 50% more water than a regular chamois and always provides a streak-free finish. Plus, the non-abrasive material never leaves scratches or dust behind.
The synthetic chamois fabric is reinforced with a mesh scrim for maximum durability and strength, yet contains no surface fibers, making it safe for all paint finishes. The fabric is also resistant to grease, oil, and cleaning solutions. Plus, it’s machine washable and stores wet in the included canister to deliver years of service.
Choose from 2 Absorber chamois sizes—the legendary Absorber XL which measures 29” x 18” and comes in a natural chamois color, or the regular size Absorber 6 pack with 6 different colors and each measuring 27” x 17”. The Absorber XL is perfect for general chamois use around the home and garage, while the regular size Absorbers are the ultimate travel mates.
Our 4+ Clean Tools Absorber Synthetic Chamois customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Eric F (New Hampton, NH) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-350 — Apr 18, 2012 6:53 PM
Not sure how it compares to other synthetic chamois type products, but it does work well. Holds a lot of water, squeezes damp quickly and easily and can dry a sedan in two passes. I like the handling instructions and ease of care-just throw it in the wash when it gets dirty (mine got dirty right away, must have bumped up against some greasy spots).
Reviewed by Melissa M K (Calpine, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Subaru Outback — Aug 11, 2010 7:09 AM
I use these for drying the car and also in the bathroom and kitchen. Wet it and wring out, then wipe away water on shower doors, tile, etc. Leaves no streaks at all and is faster than a squeegie by far. I like the colors too. I let mine dry out between uses, it dries stiff as a board but once it is rewetted it is soft as ever.
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