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Does you use the towel to wipe Disc in the round?
As which is best at that time, do you think?
There are a lot of fallen leaves at the season of autumn, and the towel might be put away and it have a hard time.
Typing that the drainage is good etc. : though think it is variously.

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There are a lot of people who recommend shammie.
I use my pants
I also used the undergarment at the print.
I have a birdie bag in a ziplock in my bag a gold towel attached to my bag and ususally keep another cloth of some type on me.
Using ziplock, and using it if necessary are the marvelous ideas.
Try using those new "dryer balls" instead of fabric sheets for all your clothing items.They resemble a hard rubber ball with nobs on surface.Sold in packs of two,we've added another set as the nobs wear down.
It is a good idea.
It is the towel I use a dish towel. The towel is work nicely. I are using it to wipe down discs miraculously.
i use a microfiber towel for everyday use and add a shammy for rainy days
I think that it is important that I use a towel properly in time and a case.
Shamwows work great. I carry a couple small ones and one large one.
I like the Innova micro fabric towel. It dries the disk really well the problem is that everything sticks to it, I suggest putting it in your pocket or leave it in a pouch. I also have a golf cotton towel thats attached to my bag. It dosnt dry the disk as well but nothing sticks to it and its perfect for cleaning a disk (not for drying).

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