Microfiber Madness Dry Me Crazy Jr. (16" x 16")
This is the little brother of our Dry me Crazy Towel. The name for this impressive drying towel was selected based on a music hit from the 80`s. Following the Microfiber Madness motto, "Always create the extraordinary" they developed this product to provide the best possible drying towel available!
Dry Me Crazy Jr. is very similar to its big brother, the Dry Me Crazy but offers a smaller size for those that like the handy aspect of an ultra-absorbent, ultra thick, 16" x 16" drying towel. Both the DMC and the Jr. are made of an ultra-soft extra thick microfiber material to achieve maximum water absorption with maximum safety. The weight of 1200g/m² is the highest of any drying towel on the market Our Dry Me Crazy Jr. towel will soak up each drop and leave a streak free finish time after time. The soft microfiber edge avoids scratches even on delicate paints. A special instruction sheet is included with each towel.
- Excellent absorbtion!
- Easy to use size
- The softest drying towel available
- Soft Microfiber Edge
- Lint Free
- Stays soft and paint safe, wash after wash
- Size: 16" x 16"
- Blend: 75/25
- Gsm: 1200
- Edge: Microfiber Edge
- Color: White
- Assembled in Germany
Inspection & Packaging:
All Microfiber Madness products are thoroughly inspected twice by hand and individually packed in resealable bags before leaving Germany.
When caring for microfiber towels there are a few simple rules to live by. Microfiber towels should only be washed with other microfiber towels. If you wash with other types of fabrics like cotton, etc, the microfiber will retain lint from those fabrics. NEVER use fabric softeners or dryer sheets. When drying either hang dry or dry on a very low heat cycle and never leave them in the dryer long enough to heat up. A dry microfiber that is heated to a certain point melts and becomes a danger to paint. Rinsing your new towels in the washer is always a good habit but also be aware that some colors may bleed onto others if you mix colors during that first wash cycle. After use microfiber should be stored, washed, and kept separate according to their task. In other words you would never use a wheel towel and then mix it with your paint towel. Mixing wax and sealant towels with glass and drying towels are a good way to remove absorbency from or cause streaking with your drying towels. Interior or doorjamb towels will collect sand and particles you would never want in your paint buffing towels so keep those separate as well just to be safe.