Micro fibre cloths imo are ok for a final wipe over after polishing, but are naff at drying off water after rinsing.
I've used a genuine chamois to leather off for years until I discovered the ultimate synthetic replacement which I have used for the past four years or so which is brilliant.
You'll not easily find them in places like Halfrauds and other auto factoring outlets, but in my opinion they are far superior to genuine chamois skins,micro fibre cloths,or those stupid hard and stiff when dry multi-perforated synthetic sheets of crap.
I've got two of these excellent synthetic leathers for drying off now, because they never go hard or stiff, always absorb masses of water, are easily washed, and dry out quickly soft and flexible.
My two have never torn or got holes in them over the years they have been in use.
But watch out as the original was the ultimate, and I reckon the additional I have bought later on is probably a copy, good enough, but not quite good as the original purchased four years ago.
Lecture over and done.
Oh! and you can ring them out as hard as you would when twisting a gooses neck at Christmas.