Gyeon Q2M Silk Dryer
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Price: £14.95, Water gain: 1,425g
We’re not sure where the silk comes in, but there is a real sheen to the fibres when dry. Uniquely, one side of the cloth has no fibres at all and the other looped versions. There are two sizes, and this large one was the biggest on test. Yet it was only mid-table in the soak test. It remained easy to use and wring, but others cleared more water with one sweep.
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In this review
- 1IntroductionIf you want no spots left on your car after washing, you will need to dry it – but which microfibre drying cloth is best for the job?
- 2Kent Extra Large Microfibre Drying TowelIt’s less than half the price of most rivals here, but that’s not why this Kent Microfibre towel is our winner again
- 3Monster Microfiber The Guzzler DryingEase of use secures second place for Monster Microfiber, but it was close.
- 4Ultimate Finish Ultra-Soft Microfibre Drying TowelAnother big towel with a decent capacity for soaking up liquid. Its edges are stitched rather than covered with another material as on rivals.
- 5Dodo Juice Double Touch
- 6Polished Bliss Luxury Drying Towel
- 7Gyeon Q2M Silk Dryer - currently readingOur full review on each drying cloth
- 8Auto Finesse Aqua DeluxeA decent towel that works better when damp than soaked.
- 9Sonax Microfibre Drying ClothThere’s nothing wrong with this Sonax towel; it’s just that others had a slight edge