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Old 06-12-2017, 09:11 PM   #21
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For rims, this is fantastic:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Vehe...843495286.html

Nothing gets around all these spokes better or between them with a finger etc.
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Old 07-12-2017, 01:52 PM   #22
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Has anyone tried the In2 detailing microfibre wash pad or mitt ?

These ones http://www.in2detailing.co.uk/thick-...-pad-blue.html
I've got one too. I saw these when I was looking to get an incredimitt. No complaints whatsoever. Very good and comes out of the washing machine loking like brand new every time.
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Old 07-12-2017, 02:12 PM   #23
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dooka wash pad always for me but if you want a cheaper option then it has to be the adams wash pad! holds a load of subs and is a pleasure to use!
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Old 07-12-2017, 08:23 PM   #24
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anyone try the Gtechniq wash mitt?? supposed to be the same as the incredimitt?
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Old 07-12-2017, 08:40 PM   #25
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anyone try the Gtechniq wash mitt?? supposed to be the same as the incredimitt?
I've got one, there ni on the same. Ive been put off these woolen/ synthetic pads like the Adams or the dooka osha after seeing the amount of marring they caused when someone did a review on her
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Old 07-12-2017, 09:08 PM   #26
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I've got one, there ni on the same. Ive been put off these woolen/ synthetic pads like the Adams or the dooka osha after seeing the amount of marring they caused when someone did a review on her
The Dooka Osha is probably the pad least likely to mar your paint
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Old 08-12-2017, 12:19 AM   #27
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The Dooka Osha is probably the pad least likely to mar your paint
100% this. The Dooka Osha Pad is one of, if not the safest Pad you can use.
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Old 08-12-2017, 03:17 PM   #28
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My in2 detailing order arrived today. Im really liking the look and feel of their wash pad its super plush and soft, alot more so than my G-Tech mitt I have however that could just be due to the use that it has saw ( its well over a year old now )

As others have said I still think the Dooka OSHA remains the best and I will continue using that on my own car, due to my cars super soft paint black paint I wouldn't want to risk it and will just stick to what I know works. I must say though going on how soft and plush this pad is I think it would be fine on my cars paint. When I tested a bunch of pads on it a while back I found the second best for not marring was the G-tech and as I say this pad feels better

For a car with factory paint especially lighter colours I would say these things are the way to go


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Old 08-12-2017, 03:30 PM   #29
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My in2 detailing order arrived today. Im really liking the look and feel of their wash pad its super plush and soft, alot more so than my G-Tech mitt I have however that could just be due to the use that it has saw ( its well over a year old now )

As others have said I still think the Dooka OSHA remains the best and I will continue using that on my own car, due to my cars super soft paint black paint I wouldn't want to risk it and will just stick to what I know works. I must say though going on how soft and plush this pad is I think it would be fine on my cars paint. When I tested a bunch of pads on it a while back I found the second best for not marring was the G-tech and as I say this pad feels better

For a car with factory paint especially lighter colours I would say these things are the way to go


Looks good

How dense is the sponge? Have you used an incredipad? I liked it but found the sponge to be a bit dense. May add this to the collection, looks good for the money!
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Looks good

How dense is the sponge? Have you used an incredipad? I liked it but found the sponge to be a bit dense. May add this to the collection, looks good for the money!
I haven't used the Incredipad but from just looking at photos I would say this one is slightly larger although I haven't checked the actual dimensions so could be wrong. The sponge does feel dense so don't think it will be as pliable as the mitt saying that I haven't used it yet.

As you say for the price you can't go wrong and I bought this to have as my "other cars" pad but like I say after getting my hands on it I would seriously consider using it on my own car. I have the Dooka OSHA though so I likely won't be using this on my car anytime soon but once that is on its last legs I would consider switching to these and just pick up 3 or 4. One thing is for sure you can't beat this type of pad on maintenance, I love how they can just be chucked in the washer and come out nearly dry
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