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Old 08-20-2004, 04:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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whats the best cloth to use for applying and buffing wax?
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here's what I use:

http://store.yahoo.com/rodi/actw-77a-2.html

that's a regular applicator to apply, just put same wax and start rubbing. for buffing i use some microfiber towels I got at another place.
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Some waxes and sealants require micro fiber applicators, some don't. I like to use the "handi grip" applicator.Handi grip
It is easy to hold and spreads waxes and sealants really even. I bought 8 of them so I have a different applicator for each product I use.
Make sure you use a "quality" microfiber to remove the waxes and sealants. I now only use SOnus Der wonderful buffing towel.
It is really really soft.
Once again I bought 4 packages(2 in each package so I don't mix the towels up with different products) I am serious, try these buffing towels you will love them!!
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thanks for the help, ill try them out
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I am a Griot's Garage fan myself. I have had very good experiences with almost all their products.

Their wax applicator:

http://www.griotsgarage.com/catalog.jsp?L1..._1005&SKU=10628

Their micro fiber wax remover cloths:

http://www.griotsgarage.com/search.jsp?searchtext=11116
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i used foam applicators, i bought a 3 pack, they have nice rubber grips on them. i believe theyre made by Black Magic
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