Try It Review: SpongeTech Car Wash System

4:02 PM, Apr 28, 2010   |    comments
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  • Briana Andrade is an aspiring musician who once had to work at a car wash.  So paying someone to wash her car is not an option.  "I can't afford to bring it to a car wash," she said. "I have to wash it by hand so it takes a little more elbow grease.

    The SpongeTech car wash system claims it has everything you need to make your car sparkle again. The all-in-one set sells for $16.95 and is supposed to give you up to eight washes.

    The sponge has the wash and wax already inside so you don't have to buy them separately.  The directions say to rinse your car, then wet the sponge and squeeze it until you see suds. 

    Briana liked how she didn't have to stop to dip her sponge in a bucket of soapy water.  "With this you can just keep constantly washing the car," she said. 

    The kit also comes with a detail and degreaser sponge for cleaning rims and other tough spots.   "The dirt, the grime, the muck is just coming off," she said.  "You barely have to add any pressure at all. You just have to scrub it down, rinse it and all the crude and grease come off."

    Finally there's the Eliminator chamois drying cloth. While it's not very big, it really soaks up the water and dries your car to a high shine.

    "The waters coming right off and then any time it has too much you can just wring it out," Briana explained.

    In less than fifteen minutes Briana had her car looking like new.  "A lot better than what it started at," she said, "nice shine, rims looking kinda' clean."

    The patented cleaning system is also good on RVs, boats, motorcycles, practically any vehicle.

    Briana was pleased.  "I give it two thumbs up."

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