Cuff-less Plush Chenille Microfiber Wash Mitt
Bring on the plush! Forget the cuff! One thing that has always bothered me with elastic cuffed mitts is the elastic seems to dry out and splinter rather quickly leaving little bits of elastic in your wash water, mitt, and eventually against your paint. I have always removed that cuff with a razor personally. A little while back before I started offering this mitt we had a more traditional style with the cuff and I asked myself, why am I selling the same style mitt to others that almost everyone else in the industry sells when I personally always end up modifying it? Well, obviously the answer is I shouldn't. Luckily I didn't have to go without a Chenille wash mitt option for long! The Cuff-less Plush Chenille Microfiber Wash Mitt features no elastic cuff! Instead it has a simple thin microfiber band around the wrist area (see images) and soft, thick microfiber fingers, which excel at agitating and removing dirt particles from your vehicle's surfaces. With the plush nature of each microfiber finger, dirt is pulled away from your delicate paint surface rather than being pressed into the paint. Furthermore a pocket is sewn into the mitt to allow for an easy grip so as long as you want your hand in that mitt it stays there but without that silly elastic cuff!
Whether you prefer Chenille Microfiber or Merino Wool we have a mitt you can slip in and out of easily and only when you want to! Most importantly no risk of marring the paint with the cuff!
- No elastic cuff eliminates marring hazards
- Addition of interior grip to hold on to mitt
- Excellent tool for washing any vehicle
- Paint Safe – Extremely Soft
- Color: Blue
- Texture: Soft microfiber chennille fingers
- Blend: 80/20
- Size: 10" x 7 1/2"
- Thickness: 1 1/2" +/-
How to get the most out of your Wash Mitt:
- Fill 5 gallon bucket 3/4 to the top
- Measure prescribed amount of car wash
- Mix with your arm
- Spray with hose to activate suds
- Spray down entire vehicle to remove all loose dirt
- Gently Wash from top down rinsing mitt out often (flip after half a panel and spray out with hose after a full panel) - Always before placing it back in wash bucket to collect more solution
- Aggressive scrubbing actions are not best practice on an already polished vehicle. Use a bug sponge for bugs that have been baked onto the paint
- Use a seperate wash mitt for the lower "skirt" area of the vehicle and a seperate mitt for wheels (wheels with its own dedicated bucket)
- After washing a vehicle rinse the mitt clean of all soap with hose nozzle
- Hand wring & Hang dry