- This aids in how simple it is to remove your hand from the mitt
- Mitt easily dries out to avoid rotting like other wool mitts
- Restricts the mitt from coming off your hand without consent
- The backing of the CarPro Mitt is a key part of its design along with the incredible soft Merino Wool.
- Easy on/off but dependable backing for your hand
- Super thick pile
- Paint Safe – Extremely Soft and Gentle
- Easy Rinse - Particles collected by the fibers are easily released
- Durability - Stitching and backing extremely durable as well
- 100% Australian Merino Wool
- Size: 10" x 6" +/-
- Strand Length: 2 3/8" +/-
- Texture: Extremely soft
Color: White with black backing for your hand
How to get the most out of your Merino Wool Wash Mitt:
- Rinse well before first use: It is steam sterilized before shipping however as with any natural product and material that will touch your paint it is best to brush it out and rinse before its first use.
- After washing a vehicle rinse the mitt clean of all soap with hose nozzle
- Unlike other quality wool wash mitts that must be turned inside out to dry the hide as well (not always an easy process) this mitt is simply swung for a minute using centripetal force to remove the excess water from it.
- Then place on a clean grit guard or perforated plastic drain of some type (preferably face down) and allow to dry completely.
- Use a pet brush with sufficient spacing between the bristles (similar to what is pictured) and gently brush the mitt a couple times to keep fur from tangling over time.
- It is normal to experience a little hair loss but there is no need to over brush your mitt
- Stow in a clean place for its next use.
- Fill 5 gallon bucket 3/4 to the top
- Measure prescribed amount of car wash
- Mix well with your arm
- Spray with hose to activate suds
- Spray down entire vehicle to remove all loose dirt
- Gently Wash from top down rinsing mitt out often
- Rinse Mitt in seperate rinse bucket with up and down motion - Always before placing it back in wash bucket to collect more solution
- Aggressive scrubbing actions should not be used. Simply allow the mitt to glide back and forth. Use a bug sponge for bugs that have been baked onto the paint.
- Use a seperate mitt for wheels with its own dedicated bucket