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Chemical Guys Cyclone Dirt Trap Car Wash Bucket Insert Blue
Features & Product Details
This is the Chemical Guys Cyclone Dirt Trap Car Wash Bucket Insert. The intended purpose of these bucket inserts is to keep your wash water clean and free of any dirt and grit while you clean your paint finishes delicate surface. The Cyclone Dirt Trap sits at the bottom of your wash bucket and traps dirt in your water so that your wash mitt doesn't scratch the surface of your paint. It acts as a filter to keep fresh water at the top of the bucket to help avoid swirls and scratches caused by improper washing.
This bucket insert is perfect for 3 to 7-gallon wash buckets and more can be stacked in line or rotated 90 degrees to enhance the filtering action. The Cyclone Bucket insert features a funnel that separates the dirt from the water and will keep your mitts, brushes, and towels clean from any excess debris. These inserts also feature a Cyclone Scrub Ridge around every funnel which agitates dirt from the wash mitt and directs it through the tunnel. The Geometric Filtering System creates the perfect balance of funnel size, placement, and volume to maximize the filtering effect.
This insert will come blue in color and will fit snugly in any standard 12" diameter bucket and no maintenance is required to use this product.
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In theory this thing may do it's job as intended, but it's hard to tell in reality since the water remains murky from the other road gunk and tiniest bits of dirt that take forever to settle. When in use, I feel like it needed a rock set on it to keep it submerged and at the bottom of the bucket, it tended to get jostled around and would bounce/float up off the bottom briefly before settling back down. It's impossible to expect it from totally preventing a scratch while washing, but I can see how it may reduce the chances if it's trapping the larger debris under it. Realistically a wash mit isn't going to release every piece of sand back into the water when you dunk it, but if this filter helps reduce the amount of sand that you pick back up, I guess it's worth it.