Wilko Jumbo Car Sponge only 32p or 2 for just 50p @ Wilkos!! - HotUKDeals
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Got a couple yesterday, good size and quality!!
Hardwearing & absorbent.
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#1
I saw these the other day - perfect for the school fair sponge throwing stall!
#2
Well what else would you use them for? :oops:
If you never wash your car, it gets to a level of dirtiness, then never gets worse due to rain etc. Bingo! No effort required!!
Of course if I had a Bentley...................
#3
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#4
get them in for the summer when its sunny and i can be bothered to clean the misses car
#5
Bad and scratchy for the car - no sponge touches my car!!! Only Microfibre Cloths!

(Good price though...)
#6
hot deal on the sponges, you will not scratch your car with a sponge as long as you dont drop it on the ground and fill it with grit,
...about to order aload here but the 2 for 50p deal doesnt seem to show in basket. Cheap nevertheless, thankyou!!

p.s You cannot wash your car with a microfibre cloth...they are best used for removing wax residue
#7
Ashton;2195289
hot deal on the sponges, you will not scratch your car with a sponge as long as you dont drop it on the ground and fill it with grit,
...about to order aload here but the 2 for 50p deal doesnt seem to show in basket. Cheap nevertheless, thankyou!!

p.s You cannot wash your car with a microfibre cloth...they are best used for removing wax residue

I have a microfibre mitten/sponge for washing my car...and it's very good.
#8
yes the mittens or sponges are fine job, you said you only touched your car with a cloth - hence my reply. :)

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