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    Lambswool or sheepskin

    as above which is a better mitt?

    And has anyone ever used
    http://www.shinearama.co.uk

    there a good price and free P&P on orders over £25 which is a bonus

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    same thing
    Castle Combe Saloon Car Championship. Car 21, pug 106 GTI. Gone from track days to full on racing

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    how come the sheepskin is cheaper?

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    Lambs wool is better, its softer.

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    ill splash out on the extra £1.50 then.
    am i correct in thinking that this is what reduces swirl marks compared to a sponge when washing?

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    yes as it doesnt drag the dirt along the paint suface. it lifts the dirt into the pile.
    Castle Combe Saloon Car Championship. Car 21, pug 106 GTI. Gone from track days to full on racing

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