I've never really hand washed my car but I would like to start. I bought a bunch of microfiber towels which I believe I will use for drying after washing. (any other uses?) I also stocked up on car wash soaps from chemical guys. I want to do a two bucket car wash. Already have one bucket so I will go to home depot to pick up one of their 5 gallon buckets. I will need grit guards for the two buckets. I plan on getting 3 grit guards total; 2 for rinse bucket and 1 for the wash bucket. Or should I just get one grit guard with washboard for my rinse bucket? Also, for regular grit guards, does it matter if i buy the "Grit Guard" grit guards or chemical guys grit guards? I will be picking up these wash mitts: https://www.amazon.com/Microfiber-POLISHING-Ultra-soft-Absorbent-Free-Scratch/dp/B00YEWFNFW/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1472135525&sr=8-5&keywords=wash+mitt https://www.amazon.com/Chemical-Guys-MIC_493-Microfiber-Scratch-Free/dp/B003TTL0TE/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1472135525&sr=8-3&keywords=wash+mitt These two seems to be the best being sold from amazon so I will try them both to see which one I will be using from then on. Does everything look good so far? Comment below for corrections/recommendations please. Now, this is where i really need help. What do I do with washing my wheels? From researching, it seems like I will need another bucket solely dedicated to washing the wheels. does this bucket need grit guards? if so, how many? can i use the chemical guys soap for washing the wheels or would i need special wheel washing soap? would i put aside one of those wash mitts for the wheels? or is there a different type of washing thing for wheels? POST-WASH After I finish washing and drying my car, what is the usual step I would take?