Meguiar's Lambswool Wash Mitt

Single-sided woollen wash mitt with nylon bug mesh. Buy online and earn loyalty points as you shop.
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We Say

In contrast to traditional sponges, the Meguiar's Lambswool Wash Mitt features a deep lambswool pile that enables particles of dirt to be drawn safely away from surfaces that are being washed. Furthermore, because this pile is quite loose, the same particles of dirt can be rinsed out very easily after each panel is washed. These characteristics make the Meguiar's Lambswool Wash Mitt a very safe choice for hand-washing duties, particularly when it is used with the two bucket method and a good quality shampoo. However, note that the mesh side should only be used on glass, as it's too coarse for safe use on bodywork and trims.

Key Features

Bristle/Pile Length 22 mm (Approximate Value)
Construction Lambswool (Dominant Material)
Softness 10/10 (Compared To Others)


The Meguiar's Lambswool Wash Mitt features an ultra-soft lambswool pile on one side, which allows dirt and grime to be safely drawn away from exterior surfaces during the wash process, and a non-abrasive nylon mesh on the reverse, which can be used to aid the removal of stubborn bug splatter (note that this side should not be used on paint or other sensitive surfaces). Because it is made from natural materials and subject to frequent wetting, the condition of the Meguiar's Lambswool Wash Mitt will deteriorate over time; the usual life expectancy is three to six months if it's used on a regular basis.


More Information
Washable Yes (hand only)
Bristle/Pile Length 22 mm
Dimensions 240 mm x 175 mm x 35 mm
Construction Lambswool pile and nylon mesh

How To Use

Care instructions: (i) hand wash after each use at a low temperature (30°C) using a non-biological liquid detergent (avoid soap powders and detergents containing bleach or fabric softeners); (ii) hang up and allow to dry naturally (avoid all sources of heat), and; (iii) store in a dry, dust-free environment while not in use (lidded plastic storage boxes are ideal in this respect).


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