Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Stephen Rundle, Aug 15, 2020.
Sponges just aren't what they used to be
Bit like those IKEA mattresses - cut the plastic and retreat as they expand?
But in who's dreams !!!!!!!!!
Still looks a bit thin .
5 for £1 in Poundland ?
I’d suggest a wash mitt instead, because a cheap sponge (or any sponge really) will likely result in swirl marks on your paintwork.
1. citrus pre rinse
2. snow foam
3. jet wash
This will reduce the chance of marring the paintwork when you start a mechanic wash with the mitt.
4. first light wash with mitt
5. rinse or second wash with mitt, then rinse
6. dry the car with dedicated microfibre towel.
7. secondary paint process eg. correction or clay barring etc.
I also use two mitts and a grit guard in the bucket.
If your car is heavy soiled, I’d recommend a second bucket to wash the dirty mitt in.
It’s much easier to get a local hand car wash to do it
Really, I prefer a car wash
But I needed some sponges to do the carpets
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