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Tifosi1976
post 28th February 2011 15:31
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we all know they're very good but seriously, there's a shop not far from me that sells them for a quid each. And they're good, hardwearing etc etc

How can a 'dodo juice' ONE cost a tenner?????

also, these seem a bargain........
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/20-x-LARGE-MICROFIBR...=item2a0e89af9d
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post 28th February 2011 17:26
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Those ones on eBay will be fine fella.

With DoDo... yes they may be good quality... but your mainly paying for the name.


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post 1st March 2011 10:59
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opted for these ones. Let's see if they're any good.

Can't be much difference surely.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie...e=STRK:MEWNX:IT
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post 1st March 2011 12:06
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Again, they look ok fella. Should be all good.


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post 1st March 2011 12:14
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QUOTE(langers @ 1st March 2011 12:06) *
Again, they look ok fella. Should be all good.



im with langers' on this one i get three like that from the 99p shop whistle.gif
but i do like the old t'shirts to finish off biggrin.gif


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post 4th March 2011 22:43
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your def paying for the name we sell a pack of 6 for 3.99 and they last ages
and i think black146 is right nothing beats an old tshirt lol smile.gif


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post 4th March 2011 23:19
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I'd use those for interior or glass but for taking wax off or general buffing after a polish, I personally prefer a cloth with a deeper pile to avoid marring the paintwork.
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post 5th March 2011 14:52
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well having given them their first test, I have reached the conclusion that these ones at 39p each are just as good as ones costing TEN TIMES that.

So, if you fancy cheap microfibres, can't go wrong with those suckers.
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