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Old 02-01-2013, 11:33 PM
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If I have some stuff stuck in my towel I get it wet and work a comb through it. Gets most I'd the stuff out not too much effort. I keep my micros in the bag, hang a cotton towel off the belt.
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Old 02-02-2013, 12:53 AM
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REI towel... it's decent sixed (22" x 11.5") but pricey $11.50
I had $30 in REI dividends, and got the towel and a tri-pod stool...only cost me a few bucks outta pocket.

For comparsion, Marshall Street has Innova Dewflies for $8.

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Old 02-02-2013, 01:00 AM
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This.

I don't know why guys drag their towels around. I keep mine in the bag too. I use the Costco ones, wait until I have a bunch of dirty ones, and throw them in the wash with hot water, and a little bleach. They come out nice and clean.

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Old 02-02-2013, 01:07 AM
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This. Working at a paintball field we have hundreds of Micros and this is how we obtain them. Throwing them in the wash works pretty well at getting the stuff off them, but I believe that there is also a certain type of micro that doesn't pick up stuff.
That's sueded microfiber. < This place seems like it could be a good deal, not sure if you have to buy in quantity. This is pretty much what the Dewfly and REI towel are made of, but the REI and Innova have a loop so you can clip to your belt or bag. They don't hold debris and wash well.
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Old 02-02-2013, 01:32 AM
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I also do a combo of keeping a towel in my pocket, microfiber, and keeping others in the bag. clipped is a cotten towel for mud and debris. Best set up, keeps the hand/pocket towel relatively clean and dry longer. Only use it right before throwing. But I also rarely set my bag on the ground, it's always on my stool, so my towel doesn't drag

To clean a microfiber I usually get them cold...like in the freezer. Seems to lose some of its "grip" when really cold. Otherwise, a few hand washes usually work too.
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Old 02-02-2013, 01:56 AM
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If I have some stuff stuck in my towel I get it wet and work a comb through it. Gets most I'd the stuff out not too much effort. I keep my micros in the bag, hang a cotton towel off the belt.
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I also do a combo of keeping a towel in my pocket, microfiber, and keeping others in the bag. clipped is a cotten towel for mud and debris. Best set up, keeps the hand/pocket towel relatively clean and dry longer. Only use it right before throwing. But I also rarely set my bag on the ground, it's always on my stool, so my towel doesn't drag

To clean a microfiber I usually get them cold...like in the freezer. Seems to lose some of its "grip" when really cold. Otherwise, a few hand washes usually work too.
like on my front step, cause my freezer is warmer!

will have to try one of these if I get a microfiber nasty - although I don't have as big a problem with that anymore.
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Old 02-02-2013, 01:57 AM
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I have a grip bag with my towel attached to a key card leash attached to the top non putter pocket, when not in use I tuck the towel on top of my discs. works really well, also have back ups in my side pocket.
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Old 02-02-2013, 02:12 AM
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When I get home I run a soft bristle brush through them. Like a big tooth brush. Microfiber towels are super cheap in automotive stores. I bought a 12 pack for $4 lol. I saw a 12pack for $6 at target.

I use one Dynamic disc towel to dry my hands, and microfiber cheap towels to clean discs.
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Old 02-02-2013, 09:38 AM
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Old 02-02-2013, 10:11 AM
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I keep a small one in my pocket. Wipe my discs down, then put the disc back in the bag. If I drop it I just shake it out. Keep my bag clean also.
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