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    Meguiar's MF wash mitt.

    I have used all kinds of wash mitts andI was currently using one made of lambs wool until today. I just used a Meg's MF wash mitt with ONR and as the Comic book guy from the Simpsons would say: BEST WASH MITT EVER!

    Here's why:

    1. I feel it is softer than the lambs wool.

    2. Because it is white it is easier to see any foreign debris stuck in it, therfore reducing the chance of swirls.

    3. When using it with ONR it was twice as easy to clean compared with the deep pile of the wool.

    4. I felt that the sponge inside made it much easier to control the amount of soapy water that I wanted in the mitt.

    5. It was $3 less than the lambs wool mitts that I was buying at Advance Auto.

    Altogether, this is the highest quality mitt that I have used and is most definitely a best buy for the money. Therfore, I award it the "Garage Troll Seal of Approval."

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    Re: Meguiar's MF wash mitt.

    Great to know, thanks for the review my friend.
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    Re: Meguiar's MF wash mitt.

    I like them a lot. My favorite wash mitt also. Very nice review.
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    Re: Meguiar's MF wash mitt.

    I guess I am going to have to try this out soon. What do you guys think of the chenille wash mitts?

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    Re: Meguiar's MF wash mitt.

    I got 6pack from ads, I like them much better than sheep wash mits, easy to clean, easy to see any dirt on it, lasts for a long time, just anything you would need.

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    Re: Meguiar's MF wash mitt.

    Chenille is ok, and have used a Vroom one that is pretty good. But yeah, the Meguiars MF one is pretty top of the line.
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    Re: Meguiar's MF wash mitt.

    Does Meguiars offer the same product as a sponge? I am not a fan of the mitt as I don't like putting my hand inside and I am not crazy about the cuff dragging on the paint. I'd love to see this same product in a sponge form.

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    Re: Meguiar's MF wash mitt.

    I have two, A Chenille and a MF, both Generic. I see myself going back to the MF also. The Chenille is a paint to get debris out of it. As long as I am not trying to wash the bottom panel near the rocker where all the garbage is, both mitts workfine.

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    Re: Meguiar's MF wash mitt.

    Yeah im always scared to take mine near the bottom panel so i use an older cotton one for that.

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    Re: Meguiar's MF wash mitt.

    Quote Originally Posted by tecka View Post
    Yeah im always scared to take mine near the bottom panel so i use an older cotton one for that.
    Yea, you should be scared. I am too. I never wax below the "Crease" of the door. I do need some bug and tar remover and really go over the bottom of some of my cars. Once I get it where I want it. Then I will wash and wax accordingly.

    Ultimately it will lead to the car remaining clean on the bottom half.

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