Car wash gloves, as the name suggests, are gloves for car washes (note that they are used to wash cars and are not plastic used to protect hands). Commonly used car wash tools are car wash sponges and car wash gloves
Why use car wash gloves?
The improper car washing process has the greatest chance of producing spiral patterns and fine scratches on the car paint surface. This is because fine particles and grit will be entrained by the car washing sponge and rubbed on the car paint.
If you rinse the paint surface with a water gun first, and then use long-haired thick car wash gloves, the particles will be absorbed into the inner layer by the long fibers of the gloves and will not stay on the paint surface, which will greatly reduce the damage of the car paint
How microfiber works
Cotton fiber: The fabric only accumulates and pushes dirt, and there will be residues left on the clean surface. Because there is no space to hold the dirt, the surface of the cloth will be very dirty and difficult to clean.
Ultra-fine and slender fabric: countless tiny petals can scoop up and absorb dirt until it is washed away, and the final result is a clean and smooth surface.
Car Washing Magic Clay Mitt Microfiber Glove MF-6036 Magic Clay Bar on the Glove