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Whenever you wash your car, truck, or motorcycle, you’re taking a chance at damaging its finish. Some of the dirt washed off the vehicle inevitably ends up in the bottom of the bucket just waiting to scratch your paint. The Grit Guard keeps your wash mitt or brush grit-free by allowing dirt to settle to the bottom while the mitt stays elevated.

The Grit Guard fits any 12″ bucket you have laying around. You can remove more dirt from your washing implement by rubbing it against the grid. The Grit Guard’s plastic legs act as a slosh baffle to prevent settled dirt from getting stirred back up. You can also use it for wet sanding, washing small parts, or even draining oil filters. For $10, this cheap preventative can save hours of work or hundreds of dollars in repairs.

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4 Responses to Less Grit On Your Mitt

  1. Jim K. says:

    Alternatively just don’t put the mitt or sponge all the way to the bottom of the bucket. Umm… think I’ll pass.

  2. KaiserM715 says:

    $10 is 2x what it is worth… $5 – I might buy one.

  3. Mike R says:

    That MrClean car wash thing solves the entire bucket problem

  4. Jesse Lyons says:

    I use this and the dirt doesn’t float to the top as some you might think. The fins on the bottom stop the water from circulating to the top when your rubbing your mitt across it to loose and remove some of the dirt. Everything actually settles to the bottom. But also a bigger precaution you could do is the Two bucket method. One bucket filled with water (Rinse) and the grit guard and another filled with your favorite car soap mix with water. Every time you go over the with your mitt and need to re dunk it. First just rub it against the grit guard in the rinse bucket to remove the dirt and then strain it over the floor and then dunk you mitt into the soap bucket and go over the other panel.

    This just reduce the chance of rubbing dirt over your paint and having that much dirt in the soap bucket.

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