Mariner Posted July 7, 2017 Author Share Posted July 7, 2017 To be honest, I'm a little surprised by the direction of introducing a couple of these new products lately - This mitt and the sponge-on-a-handle being the most recent examples. "Quick and easy" doesn't justify products that have a high potential for causing increasing damage, IMHO. I may be in the minority on this, but ideally polishing should be a very infrequent activity particularly with proper washing/drying and maintenance. It almost seems like polishing would be required given the damage that the mitt likely causes over the more traditional clay. While I do agree a little, I'd like to point out that I've used the mitt 3 times now and haven't noticed any marring that normal clay wouldn't cause. Also, it's nice to have the mitt to break out to clay my windows which I do far more frequently than my paint. So while convenience may not be the main line that Adam's talks, it sure is nice sometimes. Asti113 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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