Rated 3.6 out of 5★ by 5reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by andrewk76 Great Mitt This is a great mitt. I use it on my black car with great results. It absorbs plenty of water and leaves clean, smooth and shiny surface behind. Don't listen to the review that says the mitt scratched a car. That is simply ridiculous. But do make sure you use plenty of water when washing a surface, otherwise dirt particles may actually leave some scratches behind. That would be true no matter what mitt you use, however. 09/22/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by CaliforniaGirl5 Will Ruin your paint Beware Just purchase brand new $46,000 vehicle, and bought this new mitt because I had alway used microfiber on my cars. This mitt left surface scratches on my entire car. PLEASE DO NOT USE. I AM SO HEART BROKEN THAT I USED THIS ON MY VEHICLE. I see someone else had this same problem. I should of read reviews first. This companies don't care what they sale. I wish Walmart would stop carring this product. 08/31/2012
Rated 4 out of 5★ by SLOPDOG Does just fine Used this to wash a brand new Honda for the first time and it did a fine job. No scratches at all. Make sure to rinse it out before you use it for the first time and then afterwords and hang up to dry. It has a little loop for that. The one problem I found is that the mitt holds a lot of water because of the microfibers which makes it a little heavy after a while. Maybe that's a good thing though. 04/03/2013
Rated 3 out of 5★ by GradStudentCa Cleans well, poor quality I also use this mitt with Turtle Wax Rinse Free. I wash the mitt carefully between uses and examine the fiber for trapped dirt/sand/plant material to avoid scratching the paint.Sadly, the seam between the cuff and the mitt ripped after my first use. The stitches were too close to the edge of the fabric and tore when the wet mitt was hung by the hanging loop.The mitt also takes a long time to air dry. The first time, I wrung it dry by hand and it took a week for it to dry. After that, I've always washed it with the rags in the washer, so the spin cycle can take most of the water out. 09/01/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by GrillGirl1002 Love this microfiber mitt I use this mitt to wash my car and love it. I also use a good product, Turtle Wax Rinse Free. This product contains polymers that attach the dirt to the microfiber, You swish the mitt in the bucket of water with 4oz of the product before going to the next section to wash. The dirt attaches to the polymers and sinks to the bottom of the bucket. The polymers create a cushion between the dirt and the mitt, so you don't scratch the paint. All I can say to the $46,000 guy, is that if you don't use the right product you will scratch your paint no matter what you use to clean your car. I find microfiber to be the best thing for my car, much better than the filthy car wash strips. Perhaps there is a defect in the expensive car paint, but one would assume if you are paying that much for a car, they would use good products to manufacture a vehicle. 06/21/2013