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The Rag Company Everest 1100 Ultra Plush Detailing Towel

The Rag Company Everest 1100 Ultra Plush Detailing Towel

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 Reaching new heights in ultra plush microfiber detailing technology, the Everest 1100™ microfibre towel is a dual-layer 1100gsm version of the thickest, softest,  detailing microfibre towel lineup of them all! Available at AusPro we would like to Introduce the Everest series Ultra Plush Towel.

This Towel by The Rag Company is ready to take on your loftiest detailing needs such as - instant detailing / wax removal to your best final lint free buff ever!

Great for Removal of Instant Detailing Sprays / Wax / Compound / Sealant / Glaze / Polish as a Final Buff. We also use them as a final lint free wipedown for our ceramic coatings.


  • Lint-free / non-abrasive
  • No tags = no scratches
  • Two layers of extra thick, long pile, dense & soft premium microfiber. Excellent towel for removing heavy waxes and polishes and final buffing/polishing!
  • Size: 40cm x 40cm
  • Color:  White
  • Blend:  70% Polyester / 30% Polyamide
  • Material Weight:  1130 GSM (Grams per Square Meter) Border / Edging:  Black ButterSoft™ Suede Edge  Material:  100% Korean Split Microfiber (Circular Knit Weave)
  • Country of Origin: South Korea


  • Drying Touch-Up (Small/Medium-Size Areas)
  • Buffing and Polishing Chrome / Shiny Metals / Glass / Mirrors
  • Polishing Wheels and Rocker Panels
  • Rinseless / Waterless Washing


Machine wash with mild liquid detergent (free of dyes, fragrances, bleach and softeners) such as Rags To Riches. Tumble dry on  low heat, and do NOT iron (Please note that microfibres start to melt at 60°C). Do NOT use any fabric softener as this clogs the microfibers and reduces performance. Do NOT use any bleaches. Wash only with other non-linting materials of the same type (no cotton!) To maintain proper dirt-gripping properties.
Always wash new microfiber towels prior to first use.
Always wash newer black, orange, red and other dark colored towels separately from lighter colored towels to mitigate the risk of dye bleeding. It's also great practice to not cross contaminate microfiber towels. 

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