Chemical Guys Woolly Mammoth
- Premium ultra-soft drying-towel
- Absorbs over a gallon of water!
- Gigantic 36’’ x 25’’ dimensions; enough to dry an entire SUV
- Lint free & scratch free
- Made with premium 70/30 microfiber
- Silk edges further reduce scratches
- Light gray color highlights dirt; shows you when to flip to avoid scratches
Gigantic Drying Towel
The Woolly Mammoth Towel is a fluffy, soft, and absorbent drying towel. Just like a woolly mammoth, this towel is gigantic! Normal microfiber towels are 16’’ x 16’’ square; the Woolly Mammoth Microfiber Drying Towel is an enormous 36’’ x 25’’ x 1’’. This humongous slab of microfiber can absorb over a gallon of water and dry an entire car by itself. The towel is blended with premium 70/30 microfiber for a soft, absorbent touch that absorbs water and picks up any missed dirt for scratch-free wiping. Cheap microfiber towels have hard nylon edges that scratch paint when buffing and drying. The Woolly Mammoth Microfiber Drying Towel features premium silk-banding along all four edges for the softest scratch-free touch from the entire towel. Use the Woolly Mammoth Drying Towel to soak up water on its own, or pair it up with a drying aid or quick detail spray for enhanced water absorption. Dry any car in one pass with the Chemical Guys Woolly Mammoth Microfiber Drying Towel.
Premium Grade Microfibre
Woolly Mammoth Towels are made with a premium 70/30 blend of fluffy microfiber for an extra soft feel that drastically reduces the risk of scratching sensitive automotive surfaces. Microfiber is a miraculous blend of Polyester and Polyamide, and the ratio of the two determines the softness of the fabric. Low grade microfiber towels are made with 80/20 microfiber, and can scratch paint. Woolly Mammoth Towels also feature silk-banded edges for an extra-soft feel all the way to the edge. Professional detailers, meticulous collectors, and serious enthusiasts all choose Woolly Mammoth Microfiber Drying Towels for all their large-scale drying tasks.
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