Adam's Towel & Pad Revitalizer 5 reviews
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Adam’s Towel & Pad Revitalizer HD takes what already made Adam’s Microfiber Revitalizer good and makes it great! This further improved heavy-duty formulation now contains a natural citrus oil extract, co-solvency, and an amphoteric surfactant that rip through dried on waxes, sealant resins, and silicone oils to revitalize each individual fiber of your premium towels and make them as soft and bright as when you first opened them!

  • Heavy Duty Formulation
  • Designed Specifically to Target Detailing Related Contamination
  • Dissolves Waxes, Silicones, and Resins to Restore Towel & Pad Performance
  • Can be used as a Pretreatment or In-Wash Solution
  • Pleasant Natural Citrus Scent – No Dyes or Perfumes
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    Gregory J.

    Well I bought a gallon, so...

    Works great. Treat stains, and use as your wash soap. Just don't inhale the mist from the spray. Burns.

    Dalton C.

    12/10 product

    This stuff works wonders on my microfibers. This is truly a great product. I spray 4-5 ounces on the towels and wash on delicate/warm with extra soak and they come out just as new!


    11/10 Would Recommend!!!

    This is an insane product. I was trying to find something that was the best detergent/cleaner for microfiber towels. I can promise you that you won't regret buying this product. I was really considering throwing my towels away. I decided I needed to give them a shot. This product made them all look brand new!

    Jason M.

    The est surfactants in a detergent available today!

    Okay so I admit I am a product junkie % Products Anonymous meets every Saturday 9am at the touch down jesus church in La Cañada Flintridge, CA. Bad jokes aside a product has to be a top 5% in performance for its given task or category for me to even stock it or even recommend it to others. Adam's new formula is packing some insane surfactants designed for breaking down the many resins found in detailing products today. I actually have to dilute it down 4 parts water to one part Adam's or 3:1 if u need more strength. I have another bottle I use for pre treatment of towels, brush cleaning, or general purpose cleaning diluted 2:1. The only time I use it full strength is when doing a load of towels I add one to two ounces to a 5 gallon bucket for pre soaking. Or one to two ounces per wash load. If u add too much it's almost impossible to remove all the product from your towels or pads. Which is important because I have found it can dry out my pads if not rinsed well. It's rare to find a product that's RTU normally but can still be effective if diluted to fit your needs. Plus when using my dilution ratios has made the product much more economical. Definitely worth the asking price for a gallon for sure. I'm on my third gallon already! Thanks Adam's for another stellar product. Can we have an option to purchase a 5 gallon size

    Parker R.

    Better than Expected

    Holy ****! I originally picked this up to help with cleaning my microfiber towels and to aid in cleaning up my brushes from detailing vehicles. This worked better than I gave it credit for when I was cleaning up my tire brush! My tire brush was CAKED in a thick amount of Armor All that was coated on some tires i recently cleaned and thought the brush was a goner. Nope! I sprayed some Revitalizer on them, let them sit for a couple minutes, and sprayed almost all of the Armor All away with a garden hose. Sprayed it again and agitated the bristles while rinsing it off and the brush was fully cleaned! I had some sticky gunk on the back face and handle of the brush and the Revitalizer took it off almost instantly with just my finger. Couldn't recommend this product more! Side note: wear gloves when cleaning with this product (and any cleaner/degreaser for that matter). It will really dry out your hands and can cause irritation to those with sensitive skin.

    Let’s face it… microfiber towels and foam applicator pads aren’t cheap and with repeated usage, they will become laden with dirt, dust, silicones, wax, and polishing residues that will drastically decrease their effectiveness and can lead to inefficiencies or even damage throughout your detailing pursuits. Adam’s Towel & Pad Revitalizer HD is a necessary accessory to quickly and effectively return these valuable tools of the trade back to service, leaving them softer and brighter than ever, and provide additional product lifetime. 

    When using Adam’s Towel & Pad Revitalizer HD to clean your foam pads, the product actively works to open the cells of the foam applicator pad and quickly dissolve the emulsions that makeup compounds and polishes. With the emulsion busted, the pad becomes much cleaner than simply superficially cleaning off the surface of oils and polishing debris with a typical soap or a jet of water. This rejuvenates the pad back to 100% effectiveness and prolongs the life of your applicators.

    Instructions for Microfiber Towels:

    1. Pretreat surfaces as you normally would if visible stains or residues are observed.
    2. Add microfiber towels or cloths to washing machine, or bucket, separate and free from other fabrics like clothing.
    3. Add 2-4 fl oz, depending on size of the load, of Adam’s Towel & Pad Revitalizer HD to your washing machine or bucket. If done in a bucket, you may need to agitate to allow product to penetrate into all necessary surface areas.
    4. Air dry or run through dryer after wash cycle.
    5. For very stubborn residues, repeat process again.

    Instructions for Foam Applicator Pads:

    1. Get pads wet and pretreat surfaces. 
    2. Agitate to produce some foaming and allow the product to penetrate into all the necessary surface areas.
    3. Rinse thoroughly with fresh, clean warm water to remove any debris and observe for no more foam generation, due to the surfactants, and allow to air dry.
    4. For very stubborn residues, repeat process.

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