Wash mitt

gray99y

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I need a new wash mitt as mine isn't getting soapy. I was wondering if the noodle mitts are any good?
Thanks


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Jake 61

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I have a McGuiar's noodle mitt and it's fine. Doesn't foam up massively, but, I don't mind that.
It does trap and hold dirt, so I suppose that's what it's meant to do.
 

AlexA4Avant

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Got af wool mitt for big panels where you rinse a lot to remove the dirt. Noodle mitts for grills seals and fiddly bits when you have to wash bits away

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KG648

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+1 for the Dooka wash pad, used it for the first time today absolutely amazing, speeds things up so much.

Also got a Chemical guys Wooly Mammoth, you literally lay the towel on the car and it soaks it all up, no need for rubbing it over the car.

I now actually enjoy cleaning my car. :)
 

scotty76

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I don't do lambswool, such a faff to clean and they rot. :) Microfibre noodle mitt for me and gets chucked in the wash after each use. Easy.
 

Raiden

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I don't do lambswool, such a faff to clean and they rot. :) Microfibre noodle mitt for me and gets chucked in the wash after each use. Easy.

Mine used to as well but now I use nanolex microfibre wash when I put it the washing machine with all my towels and it comes out looking like new. It gets all the cr@p out of my dodo juice wookie mitt
 

nikolai briton

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like already mentioned above DOOKA washpad, I know the owner very well and have seen how he makes them, trust me that should be the only thing touching your precious paintwork, noodle mitts are ok however do not hold as much suds as a pad and also on a dirty car the MF noodles get clogged way to easily!
 
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