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Old 02-26-2012, 08:43 AM   #57
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The one micro fiber cloth I have almost looks like corduroy. The diapers I have are a very fine weave. As long it doesn't leave lint on the surface, I don't see what difference it makes what you use.
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I'm trying to figure out why you guys want microfiber? It doesn't do any better than cloth diapers... and yes, they still make them. I just bought a pack to wax/buff the cars come spring...
Microfiber is less likely to leave lint than cotton.
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Old 02-26-2012, 09:24 AM   #59
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What about what car painters use. Something like a tack cloth or maybe a chamois?
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What about what car painters use. Something like a tack cloth or maybe a chamois?
They use that to clean/prep suface and get all dust off. Believe me, microfiber is the best cloth for spreading this REDMAX PRO. It speeds nice even thin coats.
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What is the possible issue with the color of the microfiber cloth?
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What is the possible issue with the color of the microfiber cloth?
Word on the street (actually the forums) is that the color bleeds when applying the RMP3 (or clones) onto the RV. But people are also saying that washing the rags before using them prevents the bleeding.
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I found a lowes that has the MaxPro #4. Can someone tell me if the #4 would work like the #3 or are they totally different ?
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I believe the #4 is the final wax product, the #3 is the sealer. Get #3
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I believe the #4 is the final wax product, the #3 is the sealer. Get #3
Ditto this
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Probably because your can buy them for less expense at all the wholesale clubs, and they are a great cloth.
The microfiber cloths have many uses, and last longer than most cotton cloths.
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Microfiber is less likely to leave lint than cotton.
Thanks...Though I have found most (cheap) microfiber cloths actually do leave lint behind.. And we already know they bleed. I'll stick to microfiber cleaning my windows and terry/diaper for the body..
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Has anyone used a Swiffer handle with the microfiber cloth? Seems like it might be a better way to lay on even coats.
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I haven't used it for RMP, but the MF cloth I have does go on the Swiffer pad just like a Swiffer pad does.

I made something like this for my Swiffer setup using fake sheep skin.

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I just bought a mop that had a microfiber head that was attached with Velcro. It worked great, very little up nd down with ladder
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Putting on even coats is easy, if you think of the process as wiping up dust with a damp rag.

Dip the rag, squeeze it out so its not dripping, and wipe.

With a cloth on a Swiffer head, I can't see how you'd avoid drips, and going back over and over to wipe up the drips seems to defeat the purpose of "faster with a Swiffer head".

Plus, if the drips dry, you have to resort to the RMP Stripper to get them off. I can see the advantage of not having to use a ladder.

Just the same, I'll stick with the gloves and a pad of microfiber. It really is plenty fast.
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