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View Poll Results: Which one of these Wayne's Towels/Products are you most interested in?
Ultimate Plush MicroFiber towel 11 50.00%
Waffle Weave drying towel 11 50.00%
Luxury Soft towel 6 27.27%
Glass Cleaning towel 10 45.45%
Ultra towel 3 13.64%
Terry MicroFiber towel 3 13.64%
Ultimate Plush Wash Mitt 6 27.27%
Ultra Wash Plush/Dusting Mitt 4 18.18%
Towel Starter Kit 1 4.55%
Deluxe Towel Kit 6 27.27%
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Old 02-18-2006, 01:57 PM
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Thumbs up 2/27-3/31 Wayne's Towels Group Buy

Wayne's Towels are the "ultimate" in microfiber towels. I just ordered and received their Car Care kit, and was VERY impressed with the quality of their products.

With Spring quickly approaching, I thought this might be a great product for a group buy. I am already in communication with Wayne, and he is willing to work with us. At this point, I just need to first get a feel for which products you might be interested in. Once I get a feel for which products, I will get back in contact with Wayne to negotiate the pricing and terms.

I'll review the survey at the end of next week on 2/24 to see if there are any clear winners before I call Wayne to get the rest of the info. for you.

In addition, please post any comments/suggestions that you may have about this potential group buy.

Thank you,

Greg

UPDATE 03/25/06:

Here is the Group Buy INFO

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I have a whole bunch of Wayne's towels too - excellent quality! I especially like the waffle weave drying towels.
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are they on par with the pakshak or cobra towels.????? the above picture does not show them very well does not look like they a trimmed in the silk type material.
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are they on par with the pakshak or cobra towels.????? the above picture does not show them very well does not look like they a trimmed in the silk type material.
Don't know, don't have any experience with those. Perhaps someone else might be able to help...
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Don't know, don't have any experience with those. Perhaps someone else might be able to help...
you have NEVER used pakshak towels well you need to try them

great site http://pakshak.com/index.html
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are they on par with the pakshak or cobra towels.????? the above picture does not show them very well does not look like they a trimmed in the silk type material.
Here are a few close up pics for you of the Luxury Soft Towel and the Waffle Drying Towel:



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Here are a few close up pics for you of the Luxury Soft Towel and the Waffle Drying Towel:




they look good. So do they ship to the UK?????
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they look good. So do they ship to the UK?????
I'll find out for you Fiona.
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i thought we tried a GB on these towels b4, but
it fell thru.
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Another vote for Wayne's Towels.

Here are some thoughts excerpted from a previous post:

I've had excellent experience with Wayne's Towels over the past couple of years. Outstanding products, and excellent customer service.

I use the "Ultimate Plush Microfiber Towel" for removing Zaino (Z2Pro, Z6, and Z8); two of the "Waffle Weave Drying Towels" for drying -- extremely absorbent; the "Glass Cleaning Towels" for, uh, cleaning glass (I've had good results with Stoner's Invisible Glass); and I use the "Ultimate Plush Wash Mitt" for washing. I use some of Wayne's other microfiber towels for applying Spinneybeck to the seats (once or twice per year), and dressing the black bumpers and trim (usually with each hand wash or quick detail during the warmer months), using Griot's Vinyl & Rubber Dressing, or Mother's Back to Black.
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