Detailers and manufacturers recommend using a separate towel for each product you use on your motorcycle to avoid cross-contamination. That way you don’t rub brake dust into your chrome or metal polish into your paint. Great idea, but what about all those towels?
DP has come up with an easy way to wash your microfiber products without lugging them into the house. DP Polishing Pad Rejuvenator and a 5 gallon bucket are all you need to clean and restore your microfiber detailing tools.
So, why does the label say “polishing pad rejuvenator” if it’s for microfiber? It’s for both. If you prefer to polish by machine, this concentrated detergent will clean the foam pads in a snap. Toss them in a mixture of 3-4 gallons of water and one scoop of DP Polishing Pad Rejuvenator, soak for 15 minutes and rinse. They’ll look and feel like new!
About those towels; DP Polishing Pad Rejuvenator works just as well on microfiber as it does on foam. Allow microfiber towels, pads, and mitts to soak in the cleaning solution and rinse thoroughly to remove every bit of residue from the fabric.
DP Polishing Pad Rejuvenator is a citrus powder that releases products from the dense weave of microfiber. As you may well know, microfiber likes to absorb and hold moisture so it takes a strong cleaner to penetrate and dissolve what is trapped between the thirsty fibers. With a powerful degreaser, DP Polishing Pad Rejuvenator restores microfiber to its original texture. Soak and rinse for like-new microfiber!
This detergent contains no fabric softeners or bleach that may negatively affect the performance of microfiber. Once rinsed out, DP Polishing Pad Rejuvenator doesn’t leave a trace. And, because its non-flammable and biodegradable, you can discard the used solution without affecting the environment.
This big, 16 oz jar of Rejuvenator is enough to wash a pile of towels and tools every weekend for 4 months!
To wash pads or microfiber, simply mix one scoop (1 oz.) of DP Polishing Pad Rejuvenator in 3-4 gallons of water. Agitate with hands or a brush and allow to soak for up to 15 minutes. Rinse thoroughly in clean water. Air dry. Microfiber towels may be tumble dried on low heat or no heat.