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Old 05-10-2017, 05:46 PM   #15
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The kit is not cheap, but it has commercial quality components. Not your average Walmart type stuff. The extendable pole is very well made and extends to almost 3X it's length. The mop heads are heavy duty and machine washable. I have found it to be the best for finishing the front windshield as well, after bug wash and squeegee. The bugs come off very easy after using the Wash Wax product. The hardest thing is to learn not to use too much spray. I can do my whole rig with about 1/3 of a bottle.


I agree, the kit is a nice setup and cuts the time way down. It is worth the cost.
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ProTectAll All surface care, (sold at many Wal-Marts) and a lot of micro fiber "rags". I have used it for 12 years, never found anything I think is better.
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