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Griot's Garage Cotton Polishing Cloths

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Thought you were babying your finish using cotton diapers as buffing cloths? Think again. The trouble with diapers is they're stitched together with polyester thread that can put some serious scratches in your paint—a condition known to pro detailers as automotive diaper rash. Leave the diapers in the nursery and make the switch to Griot's Garage Cotton Polishing Cloths.

Nothing but pure, soft, paint-safe cotton goes into Griot's Garage Cotton Polishing Cloths—not just the cloth itself, but the threading around the edges, too. And, Griot's Garage weaves each buffing cloth from long yarn, so they're amazingly gentle and practically lint-free. There's no safer way to buff off excess wax and polish for professional detailing results.

Thanks to the ample 19" x 19" size, your Griot's Cotton Polishing Cloths cover plenty of ground, making quick work of any buff job. Plus, they're completely machine washable and reusable. Sold in packs of 10 buffing cloths.

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Reviewed by Melvyn S (Jackson, NJ) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Charger — Aug 16, 2013 2:06 AM

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These are the best cloths to use on my 2011 black charger. Really soft and do a great job.

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Reviewed by Jeffrey F (Statesboro, GA) Reviewed for a 2013 Hyundai Elantra — Jul 25, 2013 4:53 AM

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Not too impressed. Quite thin and seem much too "stretchy" for being 100% cotton. At $2.40 per cloth I was expecting material that was a bit more substantial. I washed them in mild detergent; machine dried on low setting and noticed some of the red edging seams started to unravel. Have yet to use them. I should've purchased the microfiber cloths