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    Default wash mitt's

    On DW there is so many options but on here where opinions my be less but no less informed.

    I have a very reliable sheepskin mitt now approaching 3 years old but with regular cleaning as soft and gentle as the day I bought it.
    I also have

    1. a cotton noodle mitt
    2. a microfibre was mitt
    3. A horrendous sheepskin mitt that can sup up a 10 litre bucket of water in one

    What does everyone else use?

    I plan to move to snowfoam at some point this year funds allowing as well BTW

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    As you know, I will have to buy a new mit lol, I will be buying the Meg's microfibre one mate.

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    I am always a bit concerned about a microfibre wash mitt as the short fibres tend to keep the grit closer to the paint than than sheepskin???

    I don't know this it's a suspicion only,,,

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    The pile is quite long on it. Plus it should wash out in the bucket of clean water. Ill get one and try it mate

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    Cool, the microfire I have has short pile so reluctant to use it for anything other than polishing off residue dust after cotton polishing

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    I really liked the idea of a wash mit, and bought one. Problem i found was it tends to suck up too much water and makes it quite difficult to use for me.

    It was probably because i bought a pretty cheap one, a more expensive one would probably have been a more wise buy!

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    I use a sponge lol

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    I use the noodle wash mitt with 2BM and SF.

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    I went with the Megs lambswool mitt, very happy with it.

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    Wookies fist for me.

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