The “2 Bucket Wash Method” by Bar's Bugs

The most common way we introduce swirls and scratches to our paintwork is by washing it, as we innocently dislodge and redistribute dirt trapped in our washing utensils. 
In fact, it is estimated that overtime 95% of the imperfections on our paintwork come from us using unsuitable washing techniques.
Follow the Bar's Bugs 2 Bucket Wash Method for scratch and swirl free results!
Utensils needed to Clean a Car _ Wash Bucket, Grit Guard, Wash Mitt



WASH BUCKET -  fill one bucket with water, and 40mls (approx. 4 caps worth) Car Wash & Protectant. Swish water or use a pressure washer to activate suds.
RINSE BUCKET - fill a second bucket with water & a Grit Guard – this is where you will rinse your dirty mitt each time it is taken off the car.

Rinse the entire car using a hose or pressure washer to remove/loosen dirt and debris.
Dip your Chenille Microfibre Wash Mitt into your WASH BUCKET – and, starting at the top of your car, apply suds to a small section of your car’s glass and paintwork.
Once your Chenille Microfibre Wash Mitt has become soiled, wring it out to remove as much dirt as possible.  Then dip it into your RINSE BUCKET, and rub the dirty Wash Mitt against the Grit Guard. (Dirt and debris will be dislodged from the Wash Mitt & be trapped below the Grit Guard). Once your Wash Mitt is dirt-free, it is ready to reuse.
Dip your Wash Mitt back into your WASH BUCKET, suds up another section of your car, wring and clean off your Wash Mitt in your RINSE BUCKET.

Repeat until the entire car is clean!