June 12, 2020

Wash MittAnyone who has repeatedly used a rag to clean gelcoat, paint and delicate surfaces has seen the results accumulate over time: scratches and swirls. Shurhold's new Chenille Microfiber Premium Scratch-Free Wash Mitt provides the confidence to wash the most sensitive boat part without worry and holds a massive amount of soapy water for fast work.

The Microfiber Wash Mitt is made from a premium, scratch-free 80/20 blended microfiber that traps dirt and debris deep within the material. This is essential when cleaning touchscreen displays and other soft, easily marred surfaces.

Thanks to the generous amount of material, the Microfiber Wash Mitt retains lots of water. This means less waste as it doesn't drip off the mitt between the bucket and work area—with fewer trips, too. When using a premium quality boat soap like Shurhold Brite Wash, it cleans fast and efficiently.

Unlike common mitts from automotive outlets, Shurhold's retains its softness for long periods in between cleaning. Rejuvenating the Chenille Microfiber Premium Scratch-Free Wash Mitt is easy. After machine-washing with other microfiber towels, it's simply left to air dry.

A double-stitched wrist band ensures a snug, comfortable fit. One-size-fits-all, the Shurhold Chenille Microfiber Premium Scratch-Free Wash Mitt costs $8.98 USD in America.

Dedicated to educating boat owners, Shurhold provides key tips for boat value preservation at www.shurhold.com. Inventor of the One Handle Does It All system, Shurhold manufactures specialty care items and accessories to clean, polish and detail.

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