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Old 23-05-2020, 11:04 AM   #11
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Halfrauds have the yellow Megs buckets with 20% off at the mo or better still, at £6.75 each if you have a Trade Card.
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Old 23-05-2020, 05:18 PM   #12
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Old 23-05-2020, 05:44 PM   #13
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I can never decide whether to try grit guards or not, alot of different opinions
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I can never decide whether to try grit guards or not, alot of different opinions

Look cool in the bucket though lol


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I am really pleased with my combination in my main wash bucket - chemical guys cyclone dirt trap at the bottom and the standard grit guard on top.

I always pre-wash the car so water tends to be pretty much clear after I've finished with shampoo but without fail there will still be at least some trapped dirt beneath the cyclone. I thought it was a gimmick but it does seem to work.

The grit guard is just to wipe my mitt on and keep me further away from the bottom of the bucket. Very little science behind them really.
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I use the yellow Meguiars buckets and grit guards. I like that the guards are in one piece, I used to have some others where 4 tabs clipped in and they were a nightmare for keep falling out. The Meguairs fit in other buckets that I have too. I recently got a wash board from Clean and Shiny that I have clipped in but haven't used it as yet.
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I’ve got gamma seals in my buckets also, ballache to clean


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Halfrauds have the yellow Megs buckets with 20% off at the mo or better still, at £6.75 each if you have a Trade Card.
You wont get more bang for you buck with these, especially if you have a trade card. I am very happy with mine.
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