Griot's Garage Microfiber Drying Cloth Customer Reviews
30 Customer Reviews
Scrubbing down your prized auto with a sudsy sponge and blasting the foam away with your hose on a sunny spring morning can be tons of fun. But, drying it off is a bore. If you're using a cruddy old beach towel to dry your ride, not only do you risk water spots and swirl marks, but you also run the risk of scratching your paint in the process. For safe, fast and effective drying, you need the Griot's Garage Microfiber Drying Cloth.
The innovative waffle-pattern weave of your Griot's Garage Microfiber Drying Cloth is what makes this microfiber cloth miraculous. Not only does it soak up water like a thirsty camel at a midnight oasis, but it also reduces friction on your paintjob to reduce the risk of abrasion scratches. Just run one of these microfiber towels over you freshly washed ride, and it's dry and ready for waxing in no time.
Unlike a skimpy microfiber cleaning cloth that you'd find at your local parts shop, the Griot's Garage Microfiber Drying Cloth measures in at a massive 25" x 35". And, these microfiber cloths have sewn-in pockets, giving you a sure grip over this large microfiber cloth.
30 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Kevin M (BUFFALO, NY) Reviewed for a 2007 Infiniti M35 — Apr 26, 2014 2:52 PM
I have in the past tried several different types of dying towels. Some indicating usage of the same materials/construction as the Griot's G Mic Drying Cloth. Based upon the positive reviews, I decided to purchase two... After doing 1st car, I was surprised how well in worked right out of the package. Used for drying the second car, same results... Will probably buy a couple more to keep on hand.. Very Good Towels...
Reviewed by James B (Monroe, MI) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Mustang — Jan 13, 2014 4:28 PM
I purchased two of these because they look like they will speed up the drying process. I gave them as gifts but I did get a change to use one of them in Florida where the humidity is usually high. Before I left Florida I decided I will buy two more for myself. These work well and remove the moisture quickly.. Very easy to clean and they dry quickly
Reviewed by Walter W (WILTON, CT) — Aug 14, 2013 6:14 PM
For me, this is not your "A" typical drying cloth. My car is black an after drying it with this cloth, not only is it dry and spot free, but there is no visible lint as I get when using a good quality terry bath towel. I washed it in the washing machine only with other items that are lintless and then used it again and again there was no lint on my car. I have use it four times and washed it twice with the same excellent results.
Reviewed by Thomas F (SAINT PAUL, MN) — Jul 03, 2013 5:06 AM
The cloth did a great job of drying my car and leaving it water spot free. It is a good product in that regard. It is pricey even when having shipping cost included. It is large enough that it is almost cumbersome to use and keeping it off of the ground takes your attention when you are shorter like me.
Reviewed by Pete W (Maricopa, AZ) — Apr 25, 2013 8:47 PM
My last hope! haha, i read a lot of reviews and as much as i love my Griot's orbital i tried this one. I didnt think microfiber could ever be as effective as a chamois. But holz sh!z. This is my new favorite. I dried my whole car without even ringing it out once. I even tried to ring it out with all my strength and it didnt even drip. Not to mention it left no residue or water streaks at all.
Reviewed by gene s (Silver City, IA) Reviewed for a 2001 Jeep Cherokee — Jan 06, 2013 9:16 PM
This is the third Griot's Garage Microfiber Drying Cloth that I've purchased,it's the best towel I've found.I drive a Dodge Ram with a lot of aftermarket chrome,I use one cloth to dry all the chrome and glass and a second cloth to dry the rest of my truck,without ever ringing either cloth.The size seems perfect, any larger it would be tough to keep off the ground.The pockets sewn in the corners are also handy on some areas.Buy this towel it's worth the price.