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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

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    True... I guess that is why some towels seem to loose their absorption over time. I wondering if there is a way to soak the towels to breakdown the polymers left behind. Is APC even strong enough to do that?
    Try washing on hot. I use griots microfiber and pad wash. Says mix with a normal free and clear detergent. I think the hot water does a better job breaking that stuff down and the detergent aids in better removal

    Their only year old but performing great


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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    Quote Originally Posted by Coatingsarecrack View Post
    Try washing on hot. I use griots microfiber and pad wash. Says mix with a normal free and clear detergent. I think the hot water does a better job breaking that stuff down and the detergent aids in better removal

    Their only year old but performing great


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    Also you will read a lot about hot water damaging MF and Iíve read enough from manufacturers and distributors to believe otherwise. In fact some recommend to actually boil your MF when the stop working.

    This is from Eveís husband



    Iíve never boiled mine rhough


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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    I did see that About boiling them. I doubt that Adams would say that if it wasn't trus. But read TRC,'s website, they're against hot water...

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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    Quote Originally Posted by MrOneEyedBoh View Post
    I did see that About boiling them. I doubt that Adams would say that if it wasn't trus. But read TRC,'s website, they're against hot water...
    Microfiber is far more resilient to heat than most have been led to believe. In one of TRC's videos they state the melting point of polyamide to be 140 degrees Fahrenheit, which is completely false. Depending on the type of polyamide, it is more like 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Water boils at 212 degrees Fahrenheit, so it is completely feasible to boil your towels.

    I still don't understand why TRC blatantly lie about something like that, maybe to cover their own rear ends?

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