If you've got some savvy about the safest and (arguably) the most effective way to wash your vehicle, you will be familiar with the 2-bucket system, and if you're really OCD you take it to the next level, with a dedicated third bucket specifically used for wheels and tyres
G Shift is proud to introduce our own range of buckets to satisfy the requirements of the Automotive Enthusiast when it comes to washing your vehicle. For those not familiar with the multi-bucket washing system, let me elaborate:
At a minimum, 2 buckets should be used, one for holding your washing suds, and the other holding clear water. To start off, you dip your wash mitt, sponge, or microfiber towel into the wash solution, and proceed to wash a panel of your vehicle. Then, instead of placing the mitt, spronge or microfiber towel back into the soap solution, you place it into the clean water (rinse bucket). This will clean it thoroughly. Once clean, now you place the mitt, sponge or microfiber towel back into the bucket of wash solution, and then proceed to wash the next panel of your vehicle. Once done, rinse in the rinse bucket and repeat the process.
By following this approach, it prevents contaminants from being re-applied to the vehicle as each panel gets washed. Each time you apply the mitt, sponge or microfiber towel to the vehicle, it is clean and free of dirt and grime, and is loaded with a fresh soap solution. This goes a long way in avoiding scratching of the paint and other surfaces.
Buckets can be purchased individually or in 2 different combos.
The buckets themselves are 20l in capacity, and come with a lid, so you can store your washing products inside once they themselves are clean and dry. They are clearly labelled with a large, waterproof label, so you will not get confused between which bucket is which.
Don't forget to add the Dirt Lock Bucket Filter for your rinse bucket. This accessory is inserted into the bottom of the bucket, which effectively separates the clean water from heavily soiled and contaminated dirty water - which is trapped at the bottom of the bucket. For more information, Click Here.