Safe washing

With your buckets ready, and the Great Barrier Thingy's in them, fill both buckets 3/4 full with water. Add a capful of your favourite Bowden's Own wash into the wash bucket, then hit it with the pressure washer to froth the mixture up and give a nice little head of suds.

For 4WDs and other larger vehicles like Trucks, Caravans etc, we find the Wash Pillow the absolute best, as it holds a lot of suds, and makes short work of lage areas.

Wash the car from top to bottom, rinsing your wash tool in the clean water after each section (one section could be a panel, or half a panel depending on how dirty the car is).

TIP: When using the Shagtastic Wash Pad, Shagamittastic Wash Mitt or Wash Pillow, take care around badges and sharp corners, as the shagadelic weave can get caught if you're not careful. Just use lighter pressure around these areas. If you have roof racks, just do your best around these areas - the Shagamittastic Wash Mitt can make these areas a bit easier. Side steps can make it easier to reach the roof if you need, otherwise a small safety step or step ladder might be helpful for you to reach the roof.

After the whole car has been washed, use a gentle stream of water over the car from the hose, to help remove the larger water beads and droplets.

The technique is outlined below in the video: