Unger microwipe/ninja

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  1. fenderjaguar

    fenderjaguar Well-Known Member
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    Does anyone know if there's a cloth that's as good as the unger microwipe, but has both sides soft?

    The soft side is awesome, but the hard side, you might as well be cleaning a window with a plastic bag...
     
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    They look similar but i have tried all sorts and the wilco ones are great
    Where you based?
     
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    I'd love to try them all myself, but there are so many. Do you think some of them are OEM, if you know what that means? Like some of them are actually the same, just rebranded...

    I'm near manchester btw...
     
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    #6 daveyboy, Apr 23, 2015
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    Not sure but a few of us on here swear by wilko ones
    And everyone lives near a wilkos
    I won't bother buying online from cleaning suppliers anymore
    I know what oem is..did my apprentiship in a bodyshop using cheap oem panels and bumpers etc but charging top money for them
     
  6. fenderjaguar

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    Well I'm definitely going to try a wilko's microfibre now. Thanks mate.
     
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    They seem quite thin but work brilliantly
    I bought 5 for 15 quid about 4 months ago or more and still haven't opened 2 of them as i only use 2 a week
     
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    They're cheap
    I remember mr tay recommending them
     
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