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    cheapest i have seen is here http://www.cardazzle.co.uk/scratch-s...cket-314-p.asp
    Still seems alot of money for what it is. Has anyone tried buying cheap 99p bucket, drill holes in bottom of bucket and cut say 3" off bottom of bucket. turn it upside down and put in your car washing bucket??

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    I have seen someone cut up a milk crate and put it in the bottom of a bucket.

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    This one here is a good buy, as Postage is only free. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Scratch-Gu...#ht_1124wt_698

    TBH £7 is not expensive, they will last you years and years. I have one but tbh if you have a proper wash routine and use snowfoam as a prewash they never actually get much use. IMO the best thing you can do is buy a tall bucket and use plenty of water and shampoo. If your car is caked in mud no grit guard is going to save the paint work anyway.
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