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    Are these any good

    http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...Id_165609#dtab

    I had a look at one in halfords 2day and it seems like it would drag dirt rather than collect it up away from the paintwork.

    At the mo I use two noodle mits one for the top down to the bump strips and another for the bumpers, skirts, then last the wheels.
    [Then i wash them both in the washing machine]

    Will they be better than noodle mits?.

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    Anyone? I was hoping to find out if using noodle mits was ok.

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    From personal experience they are better than noodle mitts, ive been cleaning/polishing cars for just over a year and get on better with the wash mitt..

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    Forget that, use a lambswool wash mitt, much better and causes less damage.

    http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/washin.../prod_452.html

    If you use a good pre wash like snow foam you should have no problems


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    Lambswool/sheepskin mitts are safer options.
    the microfibre mitt is a better step up from sponge or noodle mitt but for the same money you can get either of the before mentioned.
    Always ensure you rub your fingers through the mitt to keep it grit free.

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