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    Microfiber towels for wiping CQuarz Lite

    I picked up my first bottle of CQuartz Lite and planned on doing both of our vehicles, so the one included towel won't be enough as they appear to be throwaways after a coating. I've read some conflicting material on what type of microfiber towels to use to do the wipe during each coat. Is any middle of the road microfiber OK for this? I have plenty of towels already that I had hoped to use if at all possible but not sure what constitutes a high quality low nap towel. Usually the low nap towels are the lower GSM ones that I own, but I realize that is not always the case either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff! View Post
    I picked up my first bottle of CQuartz Lite and planned on doing both of our vehicles, so the one included towel won't be enough as they appear to be throwaways after a coating. I've read some conflicting material on what type of microfiber towels to use to do the wipe during each coat. Is any middle of the road microfiber OK for this? I have plenty of towels already that I had hoped to use if at all possible but not sure what constitutes a high quality low nap towel. Usually the low nap towels are the lower GSM ones that I own, but I realize that is not always the case either.
    My preference is either the CarPro towels like the one included in the CQ Lite kit or the edgeless 300 from the rag company for coatings.

    https://www.carpro-us.com/microfiber...range-10-pack/

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    I agree with The Guz on the CarPro 2 Face (No Lint) 16" x 16" towels.

    I use the short nap side for initial removal and the long nap side to make sure there are no high spots (streaks)

    These are great ceramic coating removal towels. I use them for removal of all the different CQuartz coating products.

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    Thanks for the input. I have some rag company towels on hand that I think will be perfect for this then.

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