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Old 06-25-2014
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Default Re: SON1C's Back-to-Black(TM) Tire Renew Video

Very nice review by SON1C. I'm definitely going to give this a shot.
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It is a great product on getting rid of tire brown. Many all purpose cleaners are ok on soil but not tire brown.
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Default Re: SON1C's Back-to-Black(TM) Tire Renew Video

I know I'm late here, but I just have the one question.

I notice here that the man cleaning the tyre is using what looks to be a pristine and new microfibre cloth.

I really value good (quality) microfibre cloths, as they are not all that easy to source here in Australia, and I've always been reticent to use a good microfibre when cleaning the tyres, as the natural thought is on how to clean the cloth after doing this, and it might make the cloth unusable after using it for this purpose, other than to keep it solely as the tyre cloth from then on.

To that end, I've always used ordinary terry cloths, in my case either old retired facewashers, or the larger terry (also retired) small hand towels. After cleaning these terry cloths, they still remain with some of the black colour in them, so my thoughts would be that the same would apply for a microfibre, and I've never really been game enough to try with a microfibre cloth.

If I was to use a quality microfibre here, are they easily cleaned, and can you get all the black 'stuff' out of the cloth after a correct wash procedure for microfibre cloths?

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Drew (SON1C) did it for show. He doesn't use pristine towels all the time.

Using an old microfiber towel works just fine. No need to ruin your perfectly new towels.
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