As a car care enthusiast you can never have too many microfibre towels, as they play an important role in almost every detailing process. However, good quality microfibre towels, such as those made by Gyeon, are expensive, so unless you have more money than sense it pays to look after them properly. To do this, you should wash them after each use using Gyeon Q²M TowelWash. Unlike mainstream soap powders, Gyeon Q²M TowelWash dissolves fully and will not leave hardened soap crystals lodged in your towels. Furthermore, Gyeon Q²M TowelWash contains no bleach or fabric softeners, both of which damage the structure of microfibre materials over time.
Cleaning Strength8/10(Compared To Others)
Recommended Dosage30 ml(Per Half Load)
Gyeon Q²M TowelWash is a liquid detergent formulated specifically for cleaning microfibre towels and pads. A carefully selected blend of surfactants and emulsifiers safely dissolve and lift away oil- and wax-based residues, while water softeners neutralise the negative effects of hard water and ensure all residues are fully rinsed away. Unlike many mainstream laundry products, Gyeon Q²M TowelWash contains no bleach or fabric softeners, both of which damage the structure of microfibre fabrics over time. Instead, Gyeon Q²M TowelWash cleans safely and effectively, and will preserve the as-new performance of microfibre towels and pads over dozens of wash cycles.
|Recommended Dosage||30 ml (for a half load in an 8 kg machine)|
How To Use
In addition to microfibre products, Gyeon Q²M TowelWash is also ideal for cleaning lambswool wash mitts and foam polishing pads. For half loads in front loading washing machines rated up to 8 kg, add 30 ml of product to the soap drawer and select a cycle with a maximum temperature of 40°C and a maximum spin speed of 1000 rpm (use 50 ml for full loads). After washing, hang your microfibre towels and pads to dry naturally on a line or tumble dry them on a cool heat setting (avoid placing them on or in front of radiators and other strong sources of heat, as this will shrink their polyamide content and thus reduce their softness and absorbency).