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We've all heard how important it is to wash our cars regularly. But car detailing is also essential — detailed car cleaning prolongs the life of a vehicle and keeps it in pristine condition. Whether you are looking for the best materials to keep your own car clean or you manage a car detailing business, Towel Super Center has a car detailing towel that will fit your needs.

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WHOLESALE CAR DETAILING TOWELS

Wholesale Car Detailing Towels

Unlike car washing, car detailing can't be done by automated machines. Detailed car washing requires an experienced detailer to carefully and meticulously clean both the outside and inside of the car — a car detailer's goal is to restore or surpass the original condition of the vehicle as much as possible, and that requires professional work and attention to detail.

Car detailing is divided into two components or stages — exterior detailing and interior detailing.

1. Exterior Detailing

Exterior detailing is all about making the exterior surfaces of your car spotless. It shouldn't be confused with a quick car wash — exterior car detailing should make your car shine, reducing any scratches and sealing the vehicle with a glossy finish.

What's Included in Exterior Detailing

Typically, exterior detailing includes:

  • Washing and drying: First, a car detailer washes and dries the vehicle by hand. This involves spraying the auto with a specialized, high-power cleaning spray, following with a thorough hand washing. Car detailers wash every inch of the car body, including the glass, door jambs and rims of the car. Then they carefully dry the vehicle.
  • Claying: After the car is dried, a car detailer will use a clay bar to remove any residues, impurities or traces of overspray that weren't removed through standard detergents and cleaning products.
  • Polishing: Next, the detailer applies polish to restore the car's natural shine. The polishing step is especially useful in older vehicles — once you've used your car for a while, it will naturally lose some of its shine or polish.
  • Sealing: After washing, drying, claying and polishing, car detailers apply a sealant and sometimes a wax to give the automobile a stunning, glossy finish.

These four steps are just the basic stages of exterior detailing. Other exterior services include engine detailing, headlight polishing, trim repainting and bumper repair. In a thorough exterior detailing, the detailer should analyze both previous and current damages to the vehicle, including:

  • Cracking
  • Peeling
  • Flaking
  • Rust
  • Acid damage
  • Other oxidation effects

While a detailer wants to restore a vehicle as much as possible, they also can't magically create a new car — some damages will remain, regardless of what treatments and methods they use. However, by assessing the current state of the car, detailers know where to focus their efforts to make a vehicle as beautiful as they can.

Regular exterior detailing adds value to a vehicle, making it look beautiful no matter how many years it's been used and loved.

2. Interior Detailing

Typically, interior car detailing takes more time, precision and effort than exterior detailing — the inside of our vehicles have countless small crevices and creases tucked into every corner, and they tend to accumulate years of dust, debris and various other messes.

Every car detailer will have their own process of interior detailing, but it typically includes the following steps.

  • Vacuuming: Before a detailer can clean anything else, they first have to vacuum the interior of the car. This includes vacuuming the rear cargo area, trunk, shelf, headliners and seats. Floor mats are typically vacuumed separately, and an air compressor can help a detailer reach hard-to-access areas of the car.
  • Brushing and steam cleaning: Vacuuming isn't enough to clean a car's mats and carpets — years of wear and tear mean that the floors of a vehicle probably hold the most dirt. Instead, detailers will thoroughly scrub the mats to remove any stains or grit, and they might use a steam cleaner for even deeper cleaning. To ensure that mildew doesn't develop, detailers will leave the carpets to thoroughly dry.
  • Leather trimming: A detailer cleans the leather parts of a car with leather soap, saddle soap and other types of leather cleaner. A detailer will use a specialized detailing towel to remove any excess soap, and if the leather looks dried out, may add a leather conditioner.
  • Glass cleaning: The windows, windshields and mirrors in our car quickly get smudged and hazy. Detailers use specialized glass cleaner to wipe a car's glass surfaces clean, ensuring that the glass is clear and shining and that it won't obstruct the driver's view while operating the car.
  • Second vacuuming: After cleaning a car, loosened dirt and debris float down to once again coat the interior surfaces of the cabin. This requires a second round of vacuuming and wiping to make sure every speck of dust is removed from the interior.
  • Odor elimination: Just like dirt and dust, odors can also accumulate in the interior fabrics of a car. To make sure they leave the vehicle smelling nice, detailers will use a deodorizer to remove any odors from the car's cabin.

A dirty interior affects more than the aesthetics of your vehicle — it can negatively impact the health and safety of you and your passengers as well. For example, sticky stains or grit can cause switches to fail when you need them, smudged windows can obscure views of traffic, and dirty air exhausts can send allergens spinning around the cabin. A high-quality interior detailing will increase both the practical value and the safety of a vehicle, making it an essential component of proper auto maintenance.

What to Know About Car Detailing Towels

Car detailing is a precise process, and you can't expect premium results without using premium products.

What to Know About Car Detailing Towels

Car detailing towels are towels especially well-suited for detailed car cleaning. While you can use many different types of towels for washing and cleaning your car, car detailing towels are the perfect size and shape for cleaning the hard-to-reach details of a car's exterior and interior areas. Durable enough to handle heavy dirt and repeated washes, car detailing towels are also soft enough to avoid scratching or otherwise harming a vehicle.

Typically, car detailing towels are divided by type of material — terry cloth or microfiber.

1. Terry Cloth Towels

Cotton terry cloth towels are widely used in the car detailing industry. Soft, absorbent and affordable, terry cloth towels are made from terry cloth fabric, which features thousands of small, looped fibers. Most terry cloth is made from either cotton or a cotton-polyester blend, and some of its advantages include the following:

  • Soft: High-quality terry cloth is known for its softness. This makes it a good choice for car detailing — if you use cloths made from a rough fabric, you could unintentionally scratch a vehicle as you try to clean it.
  • Absorbent: Terry cloth is famous for its absorbency. Terry cloth's ability to soak up moisture means that it is especially helpful in drying surfaces — try reserving your most absorbent terry cloth towels for the drying stage of the detailing process. For the most absorbent towels, look for high-quality terry cloth.
  • Durable: Premium terry cloth is a durable fabric, and it can withstand heavy use before needing to be replaced. Again, just like softness and absorbency, look for high-quality terry cloth to maximize its durability — low-quality terry cloth can feel rough and scratchy, and it won't hold up after many washes.

If you are looking for terry cloth car detailing towels, think about how the towel will be used — knowing a towel's application will help you determine which towel size is best for your needs. For example, if you are looking for towels to dry a car's exterior or remove wax, go with a slightly larger hand-towel, around 16-inches by 27-inches. Alternately, for a towel that can clean smaller or dirtier areas, try smaller 15-inch by 25-inch terry cloth towels.

For the best results, wash new terry cloth towels several times before you use them. This pre-washing will help remove any lint and will make them as soft and absorbent as possible.

2. Microfiber Towels

Although terry cloth detailing towels are a tried-and-true option, microfiber towels are quickly becoming the first choice for car detailers.

The science behind microfiber's success hinges on surface area. The microfiber used in cleaning cloths is called split microfiber, and this fiber is 200 times thinner than a human hair. Because microfibers are so small, a microfiber cloth has roughly four times the surface area of cotton, exponentially increasing its potential absorbency.

The benefits of terry cloth and microfiber are almost the same — both terry cloth and microfiber are soft and absorbent, but while terry cloth is durable enough to deal with big messes, microfiber cloths are better suited for more detail-oriented tasks. Microfiber towels carry a positive charge, meaning they attract negatively charged grease and dirt particles. This characteristic, along with the fabric's ability to penetrate cracks and crevices, makes microfiber excellent at cleaning and germ removal.

Some of the benefits of microfiber include:

  • Lightweight: Microfiber towels are typically lighter than terry cloth, even when wet. This can be an asset during car detailing — using a lighter towel will save you valuable energy during the day.
  • Absorbent: Microfiber has four times the surface area of cotton, and it can absorb seven times its weight in water.
  • Positively charged: Microfiber cloth carries a positive charge, which means that it attracts the negative particles of grease and dirt.

Both terry cloth and microfiber detailing towels are good options. However, depending on your specific needs, you might go with terry cloth, microfiber or both. If you are looking for a towel to clean all the details of auto interiors, a microfiber cloth might be your best choice. However, try a terry cloth detailing towel if you are looking for a towel that can handle the heavy-duty requirements of exterior detailing.

How to Wash Car Detailing Towels

How to Wash Oil Out of Towels

Clean towels are the key to a detailer's success. If you don't work with clean towels, you won't achieve excellent results. To give your customers an impressive finish, you have to use fresh, clean towels.

However, keeping your towels clean is not as easy as many people might assume — car detailing towels are exposed to every type of dirt, grime and debris imaginable, meaning they must be washed after each use. To make sure you never have to use dirty towels, consider purchasing them in bulk — buying bulk ensures that you always have enough towels on-hand to handle busy days, even when you're washing many of your towels at once.

  1. Sort your towels by application: Begin by sorting your towels by their application — exterior and interior towels accumulate different types of dirt during use. While exterior towels come into contact with sealants, waxes, salt, bird droppings and smashed insects, interior towels pick up sand and dirt particles, liquid spills, crumbs and other messes.
  2. Sort your towels by fabric: Also separate terry cloth towels from your microfiber towels to ensure the deepest washing. Terry cloth tends to generate lint when washed and dried, and lint will cling to microfiber material and create uneven surfaces, making the microfiber towels less effective at cleaning. Additionally, terry cloth and microfiber should be washed on different temperatures — terry cloth can tolerate higher temperatures than microfiber.

Once you've sorted your towels by use and fabric, you can wash them separately. When dealing specifically with microfiber, remember these general tips to make your towels last as long as possible:

  • Don't use fabric softener or bleach — fabric softeners clog the cloth, and bleach erodes the thin fibers. Use a mild detergent that is fragrance and softener-free for the best results.
  • Don't dry them using high temperatures, since heat will melt the fibers. If at all possible, let them air dry.

How to Wash Oil out of Towels

In the detailing world, oil and grease are almost as common as water. If you get oil on your cotton towels, don't panic — you can remove it following a few simple steps.

  1. Create a spotting solution: Mix one part liquid dishwashing detergent with 10 parts water to create a spotting solution.
  2. Apply to stain: Apply the spotting solution directly to the stain. Tap the area with a toothbrush or other small brush to help the spotting solution soak into the fabric.
  3. Let it sit: Let the towel sit for a minute to give the solution time to penetrate the stain.
  4. Blot the stain: Blot the area around the stain with clean water, and then gently dab it with a clean towel to dry.

If the stain starts to break down, repeat the steps until it's gone and then wash the towel in a normal cycle. However, if the stain doesn't look like it's budging, try using a citrus-based stain remover or an enzyme stain remover as your spotting solution.

The faster you can clean your towels the better — stains oxidize and set over time, meaning that the longer you wait, the harder it will be to remove the stain.

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Car detailing is a precise business. Take your car or your business to the next level by investing in premium-quality car detailing towels.

At Towel Super Center, we offer an extensive selection of terry cloth and microfiber car detailing towels at affordable prices. Browse our wide range of products to find the towel that fits your needs today.

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