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Old 16-05-2019, 12:39 PM   #11
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I love my wash mitt from These guys, it has to almost seems that it needs to bed in from a few washes first, but now it holds the soap suds and water very well.
It does weigh significantly more than a mitt once full of water, but it's def my go to when washing the car.

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So after a month of reasonably heavy use, thought i'd pop an update up - the wash pad is relaxing nicely and becoming better to use, still heavier when wet than using a padded wash mitt used as a pad (if that makes sense), but very pleased with it.

Absolutely no signs of any issue with microfibre side of the pad, not leaving any threads anywhere and no little bald spots appearing.

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Thanks for the review. Looks interesting and Id imagine good for large surfaces like the roof and bonnet..


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Thanks for the review. Looks interesting and Id imagine good for large surfaces like the roof and bonnet..

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Cheers mate - surprising, it's actually fine for the whole car, just different from what I'm used to using...
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So after a month of reasonably heavy use, thought i'd pop an update up - the wash pad is relaxing nicely and becoming better to use, still heavier when wet than using a padded wash mitt used as a pad (if that makes sense), but very pleased with it.

Absolutely no signs of any issue with microfibre side of the pad, not leaving any threads anywhere and no little bald spots appearing.

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Thanks for the update Andy Glad to hear that the pad is becoming easier to use now you've had the chance to get used to it.
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So, further 4 week update:

Still going strong and working well, not really noticed any moulting or loss of microfibre, so all good Also getting softer through use now, which I'm liking.

What I have found is if I use a slightly less shampoo mix, it seems to handle it better and be easier to use - so if I use 25ml Elite shampoo with my previous wash mitt, I've found dropping it to 15-20ml and it's better.

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Thanks for the update mate Great to see that you're enjoying using the pad.
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Thanks for the update mate Great to see that you're enjoying using the pad.

Yes, as its softened up and as mentioned using a slightly weaker mix, working well and becoming easier / nicer to use.

I suspect the wash mitt when you get them will be excellent as will be able to be used as a pad, but be thinner
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