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Okay so I have all 3 of the Soft towels. My question is what are their different uses? In other words what towels should I use on what? Triple Soft on paint to dry with detail spray? Double soft to dry on paint with detail spray? Single Soft with interior detailer on interior ?

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Try them out differently and use them as they work best for you. Most people use the waffle weave to dry, but I find it easier to dry with a single soft. I prefer double softs or single softs to remove residue like wax or sealant etc.. I also like double softs to apply detail spray once the car is clean. Ive never used a triple soft but im guessing it should work for both too. 

 

The only ones I use exclusively for what they are designed for are the glass towels.

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I use single soft for waterless wash (initial wipe), rinseless washing (initial wipe) and sometimes detail spray, not so much since they have been linting quite a bit :(. Double soft for waterless and rinseless wash (buffing excess product off), detail spray wipe off.  I have some triple soft towels but I have yet to find a necessary use for it.  I would imagine they would work well for anything (polish, wax, sealant removal) as long as you don't mind a bigger towel in your hand. 

 

I would agree with Nathan in saying you should stick to the Adams utility towel or a lower grade MF towel for interiors.  Save the soft towel line for your paint only. 

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I'm probably the minority here but, I don't like the double or triple soft towels. I love the single soft towels though. I don't ever do the Rinseless wash or waterless wash so I don't have any use for the double or triple soft. I have some that are just taking up space doing nothing lol.

 

I use the singles for polish, wax and Sealant removal.

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Single, double, triple are all paint related microfibers, it all depends on how they feel in your hand and what you like to use them for, it's a personal preference for each use, there isn't any rules just people's opinion. In my opinion I use the towels I get churros from for interior use and engine bays, unfortunately they're made in China (don't tell Nathan) but for $.42 cents a towel I can afford to throw them away. Hope this helps.

 

 

 

Okay so I have all 3 of the Soft towels. My question is what are their different uses? In other words what towels should I use on what? Triple Soft on paint to dry with detail spray? Double soft to dry on paint with detail spray? Single Soft with interior detailer on interior ?

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I pretty much agree with everybody else here, single soft is my favorite go-to towel, Double soft for H2OGG, waxes... But I don't like the triple soft - too thick, I like to feel my paint it keeps me from getting in touch with my inner-auto :rolleyes: 

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