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512detail
07-02-2016, 09:04 AM
I`m a big PB fan but not feeling much difference in the PB mitt and GG or Rag Co. mitts

I`ve never tried the CG or Rag Co ones.. perhaps they are sourced from the same place? I mean there can only be so many good sources, right?

Ronkh
07-02-2016, 10:07 AM
I`ve got the rag co, cuffless ones. NOT the same
I use that for wheels if I feel like taking em out. Not even sure I still have any more, and don`t care.

WaxAddict
07-02-2016, 10:19 AM
I`ve never tried the CG or Rag Co ones.. perhaps they are sourced from the same place? I mean there can only be so many good sources, right?

Yeah, but they can order to their specifications. For example, a hi-line detail product company may order with higher density "dreadlocks" and a better quality cuff, making it their own, whereas the same company likely makes the cuffs that go to Auto-Zone made with a cheaper cuff, no lining, and less dense MF. I found one such example and wrote about it a few years ago.

512detail
07-02-2016, 10:22 AM
Yeah, but they can order to their specifications. For example, a hi-line detail product company may order with higher density "dreadlocks" and a better quality cuff, making it their own, whereas the same company likely makes the cuffs that go to Auto-Zone made with a cheaper cuff, no lining, and less dense MF. I found one such example and wrote about it a few years ago.

well id say this is a high quality cuff and liner for sure as well as better quality "dreadlocks" - (nice) than the cobra ultra plus etc that I have

I`d rather have this in a wash pad but I guess I will have to get used to the cuff for now

Poorboy
07-02-2016, 04:35 PM
Yeah, but they can order to their specifications. For example, a hi-line detail product company may order with higher density "dreadlocks" and a better quality cuff, making it their own, whereas the same company likely makes the cuffs that go to Auto-Zone made with a cheaper cuff, no lining, and less dense MF. I found one such example and wrote about it a few years ago.


yes, this is true .. ours are custom made for us ... we required higher quality on the dred locks as well as the cuff and liner ...

we looked (quite a few years ago) at the available mitts and personally what I saw in quality was just not good .. of course we expect at some point to be copied, but most just don`t put in the extras as they cost more to make :)

Bunky
07-02-2016, 04:40 PM
The cuff on PB`s are definitely better and do not lose their elasticity like the AG ones. It is slightly smaller (more square).