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Where to buy a simple old fashioned car wash sponge?


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I apologize if this has been covered previously. For years I simply cannot find a decent car washing sponge. I'm NOT a fan of car wash mitts. I'm just looking for a simple old fashioned car wash sponge that will last for more than one or two washes. Can anyone offer any suggestions?

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The only other car washing option Adams offers beside the new car wash mitt is their wash pad, they sell it individually and in a 3 pack.  I quite enjoy using them as they hold lots of soap and keep well lubricated, plus with them being whiteish you can see contamination fairly easily. I don't know if I would recommend a sponge to wash your car, that will likely lead to swirls and scratches.

 

Single Pad:

http://adamspolishes.com/shop/exterior/carwashing/adam-s-10-car-wash-pad.html

 

3 Pack:

http://adamspolishes.com/shop/exterior/carwashing/adam-s-wash-pad-3-pack.html

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The only other car washing option Adams offers beside the new car wash mitt is their wash pad, they sell it individually and in a 3 pack.  I quite enjoy using them as they hold lots of soap and keep well lubricated, plus with them being whiteish you can see contamination fairly easily. I don't know if I would recommend a sponge to wash your car, that will likely lead to swirls and scratches.

 

Single Pad:

http://adamspolishes.com/shop/exterior/carwashing/adam-s-10-car-wash-pad.html

 

3 Pack:

http://adamspolishes.com/shop/exterior/carwashing/adam-s-wash-pad-3-pack.html

 

I have used Adams wash pad for a bit now and they work great. It will definite last more than a few washes. After every wash put it on a grit guard and spray it off, then set it somewhere where it will dry without getting dirt on it.

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As other's stated; try Adam's Wash Wedge. It is a sponge material, but made specifically for the safe cleaning of automotive paint. It'll pull the dirt from the vehicle's surface into itself rather than just pushing it around like a grout sponge does.

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