Just wondering, I was thinking about getting some...
i just thoroughly rinse off and ring out my lambswool mitt before going back to the soap bucket.
Buy some, you will be glad you did. In my opinion, they make a huge difference. I was amazed after using them for the first time.
quality creates its own demand
I use the grit guard in my rinse bucket. Not only does it trap the dirt underneath, I lightly rub my mitt/sponge on it each time I rinse my wash media.
I also use my grit guard to clean the polishing pad when I'm done, with the pad on a rotary. I GENTLY(2000 grit) sanded the Grit Guard on a few high points because it had a few places on it that felt like it might rip a pad or mitt. After using a regular Grit Guard to clean my pads a few times I bought a Universal Pad Washer, which uses, surprisingly enough, a Grit Guard to clean the pads. I gently sanded that one too on a few high points.
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I use both too.
I use one for my rinse bucket.
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i bought two and its worth it.
I voted "No" simply because I couldn't find any at local market. that's sad
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