Griot’s Garage 11242 Microfiber Cleaning Pad, (Set of 3) Review


Griot's Garage 11242 Microfiber Cleaning Pad, (Set of 3)

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Price : $18.35
Code : B00AX64HFU

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Product Feature

  • Soft microfiber with a gentle bristle for more scrubbing power
  • Great for pebbled leather and textured plastic or vinyl
  • Ideal for leather goods and furniture around the house
  • Washable and reusable

Product Description

Griot's Garage took their soft, absorbent microfiber cloth and used a polypropylene fiber to give it more cleaning power. Wrapped over a pliable, absorbent foam core, these pads are perfect for cleaning stubborn stains on textured surfaces, plastic, leather and vinyl. The perfect companion when using Griot's Garage interior cleaner and leather care spray. The pad is 4-1/2 inch wide, 5-3/4 inch long and 1 inch thick. Comes to you in a set of three machine washable pads.

Product Detail

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #306478 in Automotive
  • Brand: Griot's Garage
  • Model: 11242
  • Released on: 2012-12-13
  • Number of items: 0
  • Dimensions: 1.50" h x 5.00" w x 12.00" l, .25 pounds

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Product Reviews

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
5I found it most useful for leather and various interior detailing scenarios
By Stephen Ericson
Must have multi use cleaning or applicator pad. I found it most useful for leather and various interior detailing scenarios. Its great with a leather cleaner or a cleaner/conditioner. Also great with APC for scuff marks because it is slightly abrasive which I also want to mention that I do not recommend on painted surfaces.

2 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
5OMG! I LOVE THESE
By Occasional Critic
Sure, these clean great. But while making battered fish cake patties with my young niece, she battered one of these and put it in the deep fryer as a joke on Uncle Scott! Well, I make a mean tempura batter with Old Bay Seasoning and Yuengling Light Beer. I unknowingly threw this puppy with its golden brown batter on a Kaiser Roll with tarter sauce, lettuce and tomato and it tasted FANTASTIC! The flavor was much better than the regular fish cakes, which my niece says is because she was scrubbing the inside of the stove with the pad before she battered it. Whatever, I have a new favorite, and bonus -- normally you hardly get any fiber in a fish patty. Problem solved!