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Adam's Jumbo Gray Double Plush Towel

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I purchased the limited (now discontinued I'm assuming) Jumbo Gray Double Plush towel and am wondering how good/safe it is for vehicles?  It just arrived and I'm going to test it out and in the past I have been using the Ultra Plush towel for a while and it has worked great, but for my massive SUV I have to use two towels all the time to make sure it is completely dried.  Just want to know if it's as soft and safe as the Ultra Plush or even better (I know it's a lot larger and that's fine as it will be used to dry large panels and I have smaller towels to work around emblems and door handles).

 

I follow a strict two bucket wash method, I start with pre-rinse and then foam cannon with Adam's Ultra Foam Shampoo and after washing I use a detail spray prior to any towel touching the paint.

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No.  Don't use it.  It's crap.  Send it to me so I can dispose of it properly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(I think you'll be fine.)

 

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You can always sheet/pool rinse the vehicle to remove a lot of standing water prior to drying. Remove the sprayer nozzle, and using slow water flow, run the water across the body panels. Surface tension will take car of most of it, leaving very little to dry with the towel.

 

But two double plush? Even for a "massiv" SUV one should be fine. Are you cleaning it properly so it soaks up the way it should?

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I have one of the Jumbo Gray Drying towels and can tell you that it works very good on Red vehicles and is just as effective on as the Ultra Plush Drying towel.  I can say that when I do it on my Red truck, I can toss it across the hood and it pretty much covers the hood completely and seems to drink the water that is always behind the bug shield.  The same for when I toss it across the tonneau cover, but it does get heavy when it gets saturated.  

 

Create a thread in the Introductions and share the details on your vehicle(s) and everyone on here likes pictures.

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19 hours ago, falcaineer said:

You can always sheet/pool rinse the vehicle to remove a lot of standing water prior to drying. Remove the sprayer nozzle, and using slow water flow, run the water across the body panels. Surface tension will take car of most of it, leaving very little to dry with the towel.

 

But two double plush? Even for a "massiv" SUV one should be fine. Are you cleaning it properly so it soaks up the way it should?

 

No I had to use two of the Ultra Plush towels.  I'm going to use the Jumbo one today and see how that goes.  The SUV is ceramic coated so it does sheet off a lot of water, but I still have to use two Ultra Plush towels to get it completely dry.

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How safe?    Do you honestly think Adam's is going to sell you anything that will hurt your paint's surface?? 

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