Fits in the bottom of your bucket and cleans your wash mitt, brush, towel, or other washing utensil to save your paint from swirl marks and scratches.
The simplest and most cost effective method for protecting your precious painted surfaces from being scratched while washing your vehicle.
Separates the grit from the mitt.
Grit Guard prevents the swirl marks in your paint, caused by improper washing.
The products radial designed surface extracts particles such as dirt, grit, and grime from your wash mitt, providing a clean, scratch-free wash mitt, every time you go back to the bucket for water.
Once dirt settles to the bottom of the bucket, the Grit Guard keeps it there by separating the wash water into four quadrants, so the water cannot be disturbed.
Grit Guard is not a gimmick; it is common sense...when your mitt is in the water, the fibers are fluffed up. When you rub your mitt against Grit Guard in the water, the fluffed up fibers allow for the Grit Guard to extract the dirt, grit, and grime.
works fabulous, gotta have them Review by michelle
i purchased the grit guards for my new car. the person i spoke with on the phone was wonderful. then when i received my package there were samples inside. how awesome is that!!!!!!!! i need more stuff, looking forward to calling them back. Great products!!! (Posted on 2/25/14)
Excellent Customer Service Review by WashMe
Most reasonably priced frequently used accessory.
Generous car care samples professionally packed and presented.
Quality, first class company. (Posted on 8/9/13)
No brainer - buy them! Review by Eric
I bought 4 of them for my two-bucket-style car wash - they fit easily into three different types of buckets and do their job of keeping grit in the bucket.
If I had to complain about something, I would say that these are only a little more heavy than water and will float with the water's surface tension. (Posted on 4/2/13)
Great product at a fantastic price. Review by Bert
I purchased 2 of these with Premium Body Wash and shipping was free! Always like free shipping. (Posted on 11/22/11)