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for the first post in the section...my question is what do you wash your truck with? i used to use a brush on my last vehicle but noticed a lot of swirl marks..im thinking like a wool washmit might be a better idea, i dont like regular sponges.i just dont wanna get my new truck full of swirls
 

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for the first post in the section...my question is what do you wash your truck with? i used to use a brush on my last vehicle but noticed a lot of swirl marks..im thinking like a wool washmit might be a better idea, i dont like regular sponges.i just dont wanna get my new truck full of swirls
 

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i bought one of these microfiber fingered sponges with the bug net on the other side, works nicely
 

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I use the same thing!
 

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I have this big ole fluffy micro-fiber cloth that I use. I am not exactly sure where I picked it up...Wal-mart or Harbor Freight? I like the micro-fiber sponge idea. Thanks!

If I am in a situation, where there is a mud caked on, I will break out the Simonize power sprayer and place the spray wand in a wide spray to knock down the biggest chunks and to keep the debris from collecting below the cloth.
 

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Micro Fiber is the way to go. I have about 2 dozen of them. They are great for cleaning, drying, waxing and just about everything..
 

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i have at least 25-30 microfiber towels, everytime they go on sale i pick up a pack....i wash em and if they get to dirty i toss em
 

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Yup, wash em by themselves (no terry cloth!) and don't put them in the dryer or they won't be lint free anymore!
 

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Not all microfiber is created equal, some will scratch. A simple test I use is to take a unused cd(remember the ones AOL were always sending out I have several of them )and run the microfiber across the cd and look for scratch marks,if it scratches the cd it'll scratch the clear coat on our trucks.
 
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