What are our customers saying? "You not only have a happy customer, but one who has, and shall continue, to refer my fellow auto enthusiasts to you and your products. The quality of your products is head and shoulders above your competition."
G.M. - Bradenton, FL
AlpineFiber3 towels are 100% Cotton Microfiber, Made in the USA, soft and supple while having more bite and polishing ability than before, it's 35% more absorbent... and nearly 50% PLUSHER! Our PolyFiber2 towels are pure Polyester/Nylon microfiber finished in the USA and are far superior to any of the Asian imports. You're going to love all these towels, the competition is always trying to catch up but they never will, there is simply nothing else like this on the market! As low as $2.80! Available here!
Our AlpineFiber® 100% Cotton microfiber DF Concours Towels and textile products such as our wash mitts, buffing bonnets, applicators, etc. are approved by Zaino Brothers as safe to use with their products! After extensive testing Sal Zaino has declared our AlpineFiber® to be safe to use with their Show Car Polishes to produce a scratch free, swirl free shine. Our products are the only all natural towels and related products to receive this coveted endorsement. We have endorsed and recommended Zaino products for years as a perfect compliment to our DF Concours line.
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NEW YORK AUTOFEST
IMAGINE CASH BACK ON ALL YOUR EBAY PURCHASES
Come to the third annual New York AutoFest in Hicksville, NY. 1000 cars, celebrity vehicles, vendors, food court, impressive trophies. See the 1909 ALCO-6 racer and more! You can get all the details by clicking here.
We finished First in Class at the NY Custom Car Show and our club, the Asphalt Devils, took Best Club!
If you join the Asphalt Devils Car Club you will receive special discounts at retailers such as Meguiar's, Formula 113, our own DF Concours, and many more, including EBAY! More retailers are being added every month so join now and save! Details and further information are available at the Asphalt Devils website.
DF TOWELS FEATURED IN CORVETTE FEVER MAGAZINE
Corvette Fever is running a series of articles on the building of Rich Lagasse's beautiful 1963 Corvette. Built for the Ridler Cup Competition and the ONLY towels to touch the surface of this beauty are DF Concours AlpineFiber towels. One look at the finish and you'll see why we have no equals!
This car's awards just keep piling up:
Detroit Autorama: First in Class; Outsanding Paint; Outstanding Sports and the Championship Auto Show International Best in Show cup.
Super Chevy Show - Maple Grove, PA: Best Corvette - Gold Class; Best Engine - Gold Class; Tremec Transmission "Trick Stick" award and the Keisler Engineering "Perfect Fit" award.
Rod & Custom Nationals - Marlborough, MA: Best in Show.
Corvettes @ Carlisle - Carlisle, PA: Chip's Choice Display.
Super Chevy Show - Bristol, TN: International Show Car Association Award of Excellence; Best Corvette - Gold Class and Best in Show.
CAR SHOW SEASON IS IN BLOOM
DO YOU OWN A DOG?
Be sure to regularly check our Calendar of Eventsto keep up on shows and events. If you have an event you would like posted contact us with the details and we'll post it on our calendar.
Is your dog your toughest supervisor when you're detailing your car? Well if so don't pay your dog with supermarket treats consider visiting the World Famous Otus & Artemis Dog Treat Company and really treat your dog like a champ!
Moose is for sale! We've decided to sell one of our show cars. "Moose" our 1997 Lincoln Mark VIII is available. It goes without saying that this car is in perfect Concours condition. There is just too much to list here so we've created a special web page showing many pictures, lists of features, modifications, awards, and more. You can see all the details here.
Powerboat Magazine published an article analyzing several microfiber yarn towels. We are very heavily featured and are "superior in quality to the imported towels." The author also says "...I save the nicer DF towels for final wipe downs and waxing to perfection." You can read it here.