DS Super Plush Micro-Chenille Wash Mitt
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DetailingShed Pro Series

13I DS Super Plush Micro-Chenille Wash Mitt

Regular price $9.95 Save $0.00

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DS Super Plush Micro-Chenille Wash Mitt


The DS Super Plush Micro-Chenille Wash Mitt meassures 20cm x 18cm ( this is a small size Mitt) But it has longer microfiber strands to cover more area. You'll be able to work faster, and the long, plump microfibers will hold even more soapy water for superior lubrication. The microfiber fingers agitate the vehicle's surface to release dirt particles and gather them between the deep strands. Loosened dirt will gather in the mitt, rather than being rubbed against the paint. Note: For the best results, rinse your mitt in a bucket of water before reloading it with soapy water.

Even better for the price of the Mitt we have detailers use 4 to 6 of the mitts per car wash, with no need to rinse. after the car has been washed you may wash all the mitts.
DS Super Plush Micro-Chenille Wash Mitt is designed for multiple uses. Use it for washing the bodywork, wheels, wheel wells, tyres, and grill.

The superior durability of this mitt allows it to hold up to rigorous use.

Pamper your vehicle with what the detailers use the DS Super Plush Micro-Chenille Wash Mitt.

      CARE INSTRUCTIONS:

    Machine wash with mild liquid detergent (free of dyes, fragrances, bleach and softeners). Tumble dry low, and do NOT iron (Please note that microfibres start to melt at 60°C). Do NOT use any fabric softener as this clogs the microfibers and reduces performance. Do NOT use chlorine bleach. Wash only with other non-linting materials (no cotton!) To maintain proper dirt-gripping properties.
    Always wash new microfiber towels prior to first use.
    Always wash newer black, orange, red and other dark coloured towels separately from lighter coloured towels to mitigate the risk of dye bleeding.

    Note: if the interior liner of the mitt is punctured/compromised at all, do not machine wash. Once the liner is damaged and the foam padding inside has been exposed there is a high risk of the foam getting shredded by certain aggressive types of wash machine agitators (typically top-loading) and then sticking to other microfiber products in the same wash.