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June 25, 2006

Official bookofjoe Microfiber Car Polishing Mitt


From the website:

    A Super-Soft Microfiber Wash Mitt That's Gentle On Your Paint

    By now you've read about the benefits of microfiber and what a great material it is around your fine automotive finishes.

    But what's really nice is the amount of water this mitt can hold onto to give your paint that extra lubricity and less trips to the wash bucket.

    Hundreds of tightly, twisted strands are super soft.

    Plus it's machine-washable!

    Two colors so you can use one on the dirty parts of the car and one for the hood and glass and roof. (Or one for real dirty SUVs, and one for your prized possession.)

    Nice elastic cuff, and no thumb area so it rotates in your hand letting you use both sides.

    8-1/2" wide by 11" long.


Cleaning tip from the catalog:

    When cleaning, it's best to work from the top down.

    You won't contaminate clean areas and it will leave the dirtiest part of the vehicle for last.

    Use a separate wash mitt on the top part of the vehicle where smaller dirt particles collect and a different mitt on the bottom for heavier dirt and road grime.

Set of two mitts — one in green and one in orange — is $9.99.

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There's a lurking presupposition here about the benefit of a clean car. I did actually clean mine last year because I was going to a wedding and didn't want my aunt's dress to brush against the mud.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Jun 26, 2006 4:44:34 PM

I ate out of my cat's bowl today.
Actually that has absolutely nothing to do with the comment I was going to make, I just felt compelled to say it, for some reason. (But I did -- I didn't realize that was her plate sitting in the drainer and I used it for spaghetti. Fascinating, I know.)

These microfibre car mitt things do the job but when they get wet, BOY are they heavy. If you want your car washing to involve twice the energy I suppose they're a good thing, or if you're working on building up the biceps and whatnot. It's like washing with a lead weight. But then I may just be extraordinarily puny of arm. I'll stick to my raggy old cotton washer, weakling that I am.

Posted by: Flutist | Jun 25, 2006 4:13:39 PM

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