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Re: Wash Brush

I also use a step stool.
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Old 08-16-2013, 06:02 PM
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Re: Wash Brush

I just use Griot's Spray on waterless car wash with a microfiber towel. Pretty good stuff IMO.
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Re: Wash Brush

Go with the micro fiber on the extended pole. Check out this site for good detailing supplies. poorboysworld.com Their stuff is good quality. Plus they deliver really fast. I ordered late afternoon yesterday and it was delivered this morning.
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Go with the micro fiber on the extended pole. Check out this site for good detailing supplies. poorboysworld.com Their stuff is good quality. Plus they deliver really fast. I ordered late afternoon yesterday and it was delivered this morning.
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I use the wash / wax / trim restorer / leather stuff. All good products, I'm sure their cloths and whatever else are top quality as well.
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Re: Wash Brush

Always wash with two buckets.
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Re: Wash Brush

And always cover your belt buckle with a rag when washing or waxing a truck or SUV.
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Re: Wash Brush

I use a electric pressure washer to get the crud off then I attach the foam cannon. After that I use a micro fiber wash glove with clean water for the wash then rinse with the pressure washer. I use "Frogg Toggs Sammy" drying towel and the small electric leaf blower (the Depot $29) for the mirrors, wheels and spots that trap water. I also use a small step stool. You really can't beat the Sammy. It's the best drying towel I've ever owned. Good Luck.
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If i had to choose one of these I would say option 2 but I prefer a micro fiber wash mitt that will not scratch or swirl. Here's the junkman explaining the 2 bucket method.

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Big fan of poorboysworld.com

I use the wash / wax / trim restorer / leather stuff. All good products, I'm sure their cloths and whatever else are top quality as well.

I have the spray and wipe it's great for cleaning up the water spots after a light rain. I have most of their cloths.. They are really good, especially the green ones for the glass...
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Re: Wash Brush

as others have suggested, I would stick with a sheepskin wash mitt plus a short, 5ft ladder ... you're gonna need the ladder to dry off the top anyway. I've tried brushes (for the top only), but I was never satisfied with the results.
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as others have suggested, I would stick with a sheepskin wash mitt plus a short, 5ft ladder ... you're gonna need the ladder to dry off the top anyway. I've tried brushes (for the top only), but I was never satisfied with the results.

Not if you stand on the rear tire and front door sill.........no ladder needed.
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