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Thread: Which microfiber mitt is the safest? (Carpro, Gyeon Smoothie, Rag Cyclone)

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    Which microfiber mitt is the safest? (Carpro, Gyeon Smoothie, Rag Cyclone)

    Hi

    I am looking for the safest wash mitt.
    Since it is harder to release dirt from a wool mitt, I guess a microfiber would be the less risky option.
    I heard good things about Gyeon Smoothie, The Rag Company Cyclone and some about CarPro microfiber wash mitt.

    Which one is the safest? (especially softness wise and length wise)
    Thanks!

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    I have not used the gyeon or rag company version. I have used the CarPro microfiber and it is pretty soft. The only thing I don't like is that it only has one side so it requires constant dunking to keep the mitt clean. The microfiber madness incredipad is really nice.

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    The CarPro Merino Wool Wash Mitt is my favorite and I have never had an issue. It's easy to keep the Merion wash mitt clean.

    I'm a big fan of the CarPro Merino Wool Wash Mitt. Use two buckets with Grit Guards in each bucket and keep your rinse water clean.
    I scrub the Merino mitt on the Grit Guard Wash Board after I wash a section, and I make sure not to put a dirty mitt in the soapy water.

    Gently wash a section with the soapy mitt.
    Rinse off the soapy section with water.
    Clean the mitt in the rinse bucket.
    Put the mitt in the soapy water.
    Repeat.

    Click Here -> Two Bucket Wash Method.

    Short Version: Don't put a dirty wash mitt in your soapy water.

    I have also used the RaceGlaze Wool Wash Mitt and it is also a favorite.

    Softness...I've heard a natural sea sponge is softer but I have never used one. (holds grit etc.)

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