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PB Clear Wash Bucket

by PB

We Say

Our Clear Wash Bucket is ideal for ensuring that your use of the two bucket method is as safe and effective as possible. The translucent plastic sides enable easy monitoring of the water colour inside, meaning that your awareness of the need to change it more frequently as it becomes dirty will be improved. So effective is this design that we don't consider the use of a dirt trap to be necessary. However, if you favour the reassurance a dirt trap offers, then our own-branded version fits perfectly. The generous capacity of our Clear Wash Bucket means you'll only need to make up one bucket of suds per wash, and the free-spinning handle makes for safe and comfortable carrying.

Key Features

Capacity20 L(To Maximum Fill Line)
Diameter260 mm(At The Base)
Maximum Water Temperature60°C(Do Not Exceed)


The PB Clear Wash Bucket is constructed from translucent polypropylene (PP), which enables easy monitoring of the water colour inside. The generous 20 L capacity means that the need for refilling midway through the wash process is eliminated (unless discolouration of the water dictates otherwise), while the free-spinning moulded handle makes it comfortable and safe to carry, even when full. The PB Clear Wash Bucket can be bought in four different formats: (i) bucket only; (ii) bucket with PB Dirt Trap; (iii) bucket with PB Dirt Trap and PB Gamma Seal Lid; (iv) bucket with PB Dirt Trap, PB Gamma Seal Lid and PB Bucket Dolly.


More Information
Capacity 20 L
Construction Polypropylene
Maximum Water Temperature 60°C
Scratch Shield Compatible Yes

How To Use

We recommend using the two bucket method whenever you wash your car, which involves filling one bucket with a shampoo solution and another with water. The idea behind this method is to load your wash mitt with suds from the bucket of shampoo, wash one panel of your car (starting with the roof and working down) and then rinse out your mitt thoroughly in the bucket of water (to release any trapped particles of dirt), before then reloading your mitt with suds and moving on to the next panel. It's a very simple concept, but highly effective in terms of reducing the amount of marring that is caused by particles of dirt and grime being rubbed over underlying surfaces as you wash your car.