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Stephan 16-04-2016 08:41 PM

Which sort of mitt for rinseless wash?
 
Hi everyone,

As above, what mitt do you choose for your rinseless wash? I'm New at this sort of washing. I've read From a normal sponge till a noodle mitt. I've got a Gyeon smoothie, megs washmitt and microfiber sponge.

At the moment its 1+1 in my lical autoparts store. So i can easy buy 2 extra noodles or mitts.

Would love some advice! 👌

A&J 16-04-2016 09:31 PM

I use a quality sponge but out of the three you listed I would use the microfiber sponge.

I advise you buy or use something that releases the dirt easily...And that is what sponges do best.

Stephan 16-04-2016 09:43 PM

Thanks a&j, what do you think of the Ddj supernatural sponge? Besides, every grain is telling me not to use a sponge but all the reviews proof otherwise...

Grtz

HITMANVW 16-04-2016 09:47 PM

I rotate between a noodle mitt and a grout sponge that's been cross-cut into 12 squares. The latter was mentioned in an old post by a long-time ONR user and it works well.

A&J 16-04-2016 10:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stephan (Post 5112608)
Thanks a&j, what do you think of the Ddj supernatural sponge? Besides, every grain is telling me not to use a sponge but all the reviews proof otherwise...

Grtz

Never used it but by the looks of it it looks good, maybe a bit pricey.
Another good and cheaper option could be Soft99 Smooth Egg Creamy Soft Sponge.

There is nothing wrong with using a sponge if it is soft and good quality.

Anyways this is the setup I use with the sponge I use since last year when I started doing rinseless washes and have not noticed any apparent swirls

http://i1148.photobucket.com/albums/...pslem5mb5q.jpg

I also tryed using the noodle mitt and microfiber towels (for the Garry Dean wash method) but I prefer the sponge.

Stephan 16-04-2016 10:07 PM

The Ddj looks about the same as the smooth egg. Only thing is i can buy the Ddj around the courner but the cream egg... Thanks

A&J 16-04-2016 11:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stephan (Post 5112639)
The Ddj looks about the same as the smooth egg. Only thing is i can buy the Ddj around the courner but the cream egg... Thanks

Go for it :thumb:

Stephan 04-05-2016 04:19 PM

Hi Guys,

What cloth do you prefere for a GD-wash?

https://scontent-amt2-1.xx.fbcdn.net...a1&oe=579E6598

https://scontent-amt2-1.xx.fbcdn.net...74&oe=57B7CA58

https://scontent-amt2-1.xx.fbcdn.net...99&oe=579A22A4

https://scontent-amt2-1.xx.fbcdn.net...bd&oe=57AE6441

mattyh2013 06-05-2016 12:38 PM

Incredisponge for me -

Works well, no swirls at all so far.

http://www.microfibermadness.de/en/incredisponge

:thumb::thumb::thumb:

Zeddd 21-06-2016 12:11 AM

Simple MF towel folded in 4.
Unfold and fold to a new face after every couple of passes. Use all 8 faces before I go back to the bucket.

More surface covered between dunks = less overall wash time.


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