Cleaning and Storage
We use a light coloured rubber compound on the towels so it's easy to clean and inspect as you're cleaning.
To clean after use, apply a few sprays of Orange Agent directly onto the towel and gently rub your fingers over the rubber compound surface, then rise off well with water.
Over time you will notice contamination bond more to the rubber compound, and this is normal. It is not at a level high enough to ever affect any surface you are cleaning, but as it builds up the towel does lose its effectiveness, and once full, it's time to swap it over for a new one. From our own testing here in our collection, this can be between 20 to 50 uses. It all depends on how high the level on contamination is on the paint.
From time to time you may see the surface of the towel present with some cracks in the polymer surface. This is entirely normal and part of the "ageing" process of the towels. It will not affect the way the towel performs, nor will it damage your paint in any way while you use it.
For drying, don’t EVER wring it out!! Always let it air dry indoors, in a well ventilated area, away from heaters or direct sun (heat will affect the rubber surface), so a small drying rack indoors is what we have found best.
Once it's dry, roll it up with the rubber compound on the inside, microfibre on the outer, and store in a cool and dry location inside its plastic packaging.