Kent Mirofibre Noodle 2 in 1 Wash Mitts (normally £5) now £1 in Asda (instore) - HotUKDeals
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Instore in the Slough Asda (pics will be added shortly with proof of receipt) these "award winning" mitts are on sale for £1. They had quite a big selection.

Amazon are selling the basic versions for over £3 these are the 2 in 1's

Bargain basement price again! Hope others manage to grab these bargains!

Last post honest for me at the moment, just felt I had to share as these were such great deals in my view. Now time to upload the proof as everyone wants confirmation!
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#1
I don't - I saw them in Canterbury Asda today
#2
Receipt proof:

http://img29.imageshack.us/img29/9793/img0066small.jpg

Product proof:

http://img337.imageshack.us/img337/7154/img00small.jpg

Sorry about the quality of the pics using my iphone!

Edited By: theonlytazman on Jan 08, 2011 23:26: .
#3
chalkysoil
I don't - I saw them in Canterbury Asda today


Thanks but a number of members always like proof so i didn't want to post it before getting the "evidence" needed. Wonder if this is nationwide then?
#4
Yes I think it is nationwide. This has been posted a few months back and I bought one then.
Would recommend.
#5
Brill, I need some, thanks for heads up.
#6
Yes they were this price 2 months ago then went up to full price. Well worth the money
#7
Can these be used as car wash mitts?
#9
Bargain. Really good for doing the car inside or out.
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be careful not to push with them too hard as they do scratch!!!!!!!!!!!
be warned , this happened to me
pete
#11
you can get similar sort of thing in Poundstretcher as well for £1
#12
I've used - excellent.... no scratching for me! - as with any cloth you need to make sure you don't pick up little stone chips etc from your car and rub them all over your body work.... I will defo be purchasing a few more!
#13
peterdarlison
be careful not to push with them too hard as they do scratch!!!!!!!!!!!
be warned , this happened to me
pete

What a ridiculous statement.............but cheered me up no end!!!.....;-)
#14
weemee002
I've used - excellent.... no scratching for me! - as with any cloth you need to make sure you don't pick up little stone chips etc from your car and rub them all over your body work.... I will defo be purchasing a few more!


This sounds painful too :D
#15
For any tar marks etc where you need to apply extra pressure use the reverse side. These are well worth a fiver and a bargain at this price.
#16
numbnut
peterdarlison
be careful not to push with them too hard as they do scratch!!!!!!!!!!!
be warned , this happened to me
pete


What a ridiculous statement.............but cheered me up no end!!!.....;-)


they don't scratch as in remove the paint down to the primer obviously!! but they do leave very very light scratches/grazes (whatever you want to call them) all over where you use them.

the reason i know is because i use a scheme car with my job which i have to return for a new one every 6 months and they get checked extremely thoroughly under bright light. it is clear as day under them.

so before you dismiss something as a ridiculous statement. make sure you know what you're talking about
#17
That won't be he mitt, that'll be the grit as the previous poster mentioned. Try the 2 bucket method....
#18
numbnut
peterdarlison
be careful not to push with them too hard as they do scratch!!!!!!!!!!!
be warned , this happened to me
pete


What a ridiculous statement.............but cheered me up no end!!!.....;-)


ridiculous?????????? bloody expensive
#19
If people want to know more try http://www.detailingworld.co.uk for probably the best car "detailing" advice on the web.
#20
peterdarlison
numbnut
peterdarlison
be careful not to push with them too hard as they do scratch!!!!!!!!!!!
be warned , this happened to me
pete


What a ridiculous statement.............but cheered me up no end!!!.....;-)


ridiculous?????????? bloody expensive


What for the plastic surgery? :D
#21
peterdarlison
be careful not to push with them too hard as they do scratch!!!!!!!!!!!
be warned , this happened to me
pete


Love to see how you set about washing your car :)
#22
Great bargain; I wasn't too optimistic they'd have any left in our local Asda today but I was pleasantly surprised.. I nearly bought one off Amazon last night for £4.10. Thanks for saving me a few quid. Heat added.

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