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has anyone used it and does it work I can buy it at the local cvs pharmacy for $4.99 and I think that is a good deal if it work so what do ya think

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they work if its just dust. not enough pressure to blow off any mud or anything caked on.

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so wold you say it is worth getting

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I use a pressure washer, to get the grit, then a microfiber mitt and lots of soapy water to get the stubborn stuff.

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they work if its just dust. not enough pressure to blow off any mud or anything caked on.
It's not meant to replace a wash mitt, just the bucket. They work ok. Not my favorite choice but for $5, might as well give it a shot. The main problem is that since our trucks are so big, you end up needing more soap and refils for the filter after like 2-3 washes, and those are expensive. Cheaper and more cost effective to get a good drying towel (waffle weave) and use some good soap, like Meguiar's.

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