On 2/14/2016 12:35 PM, email@example.com wrote:
The local newpaper(s) -- I think they all print out of one
shared facility -- makes "roll ends" available once a week.
*Lots* of paper on a roll end -- at least when you're just
using it for washing windows!
[OTOH, they are a PITA to store! And, the cores seem sinful to
On 2/14/2016 4:16 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Get them at Wal Mart, K-Mart, Sears, Target. Any place that had
I have one that I use for the screen on my phone. Bought it at the
optical department at Wal Mart. The other one i have is not as smooth
but it was in the cleaning supplies section of wherever I saw it. Just
wet it and wipe.
You can get them at Amazon too. Microfiber has a very thin stran as
compared to a T shirt material. Something like 100,000 fibers per inch.
On Sunday, February 14, 2016 at 9:50:51 AM UTC-5, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
Well, I think the ones you get at an eyeglass retailer might be a little small for
cleaning car windows. Can't you just picture PaintedCow trying to wipe down
a windshield with a 3" x 3" cloth? ;-)
But seriously, you have to be careful when choosing your microfiber towels.
I bought some at an automotive store for wiping down the vehicles after I wash them.
They absorb tons of water, can be wrung out and used again right away. Then I bought
some someplace else, may have been HF or maybe a Dollar Store, and all they did was
push the water around the surface. A bath towel would have done a better job.
It would be a shame for someone to buy the cheap ones just because they say
Microfiber on the package then get home and wonder why we're all saying how great
I've been following this conversation and must admit that I'm a bit
confused by the terms being used.
I don't like cleaning cloths that are labeled microfiber because I don't
think they do much except push stuff around. At least that's been my
experience with them.
When I think of cleaning a car, I've always thought of the type of towel
used to be a chamois, which soaks up water and can be wrung out and used
I don't know eye glass cleaning cloths are called, but the one I have is
definitely not microfiber.
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