The raised radial surface fits in the bottom of any 3-5 gallon bucket and extracts grit from your wash mitt or sponge when you drag it across the Guard. The dirt settles at the bottom of the bucket so your wash water stays clean. The Guard has a radial grid surface that scrapes dirt out of your mitt or sponge. Four quadrants at the base of the Guard calm the wash water and hold the grid above the bottom of the bucket. Dirt falls to the bottom and stays there.
The Guard is a real paint-saver. But it has a number of other uses, too. Use it to clean paint brushes by running the bristles across the grid in a bucket of water or paint thinner. Clean automotive parts or drain your oil filter. You can even use the four quadrants as a grid when laying tile.
What is The Guard?
Guard is a radial designed insert that fits in the bottom of any 3.5 to 7 gallon bucket and cleans your wash mitt, brush, towel, or other washing utensil.
The whole idea behind Grit Guard is to protect your precious painted surfaces from being scratched.
Guard is a product that simply works – it separates the grit from the mitt.
Guard prevents the swirl marks in your paint, caused by improper washing.
The products radial designed surface extracts particles such as dirt, grit, and grime from your wash mitt, providing a clean, scratch-free wash mitt, every time you go back to the bucket for water.
Guard is not a gimmick; it is common sense …think about it, when your mitt is in the water, the fibers are fluffed up. When you rub your mitt against Grit Guard in the water, the fluffed up fibers allow for the Guard to extract the dirt, grit, and grime.
Guard separates the Grit, from the Mitt.
Gives you a Scratch-Free Wash, time after time.
Think of Guard as an “insurance policy” for your paint.
Car Washing Tips
Don’t use a sponge to wash a painted surface.
Sponges trap and hold dirt, grit, and grime, resulting in deep scratches in whatever you’re washing.