The tools needed to clean your exterior are fortunately minimal. All you need is:
- Two buckets: For the two-bucket method
- Noodle Mitt, Wash Mitt or Lambs Wool (personal preference)
- Drying towel
- Pressure Washed
Do sections of your car at a time once a section is washed rinse it before moving on, this will prevent water droplets from drying on the paint and leaving water spots you want to be able to dry the car with towels before it air dries. Adding a Power Maxed grit guard in the bottom of each of your buckets will minimize the chance of adding swirl marks.
When using a pressure washer, you should be able to hold your hand in front of the jet when in use. This prevents any lacquer/ damage to the paintwork.