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Old 09-03-2017, 06:34 PM
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Anyone use the waterless car wash stuff? Any suggestions for the best brand?
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Old 09-04-2017, 11:14 AM
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I current use Griot's Garage
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Originally Posted by thoiboi View Post
I current use Griot's Garage
Thanks for your reply.

Is it a polymer base or carnauba base? Do you know anything about McKees or Blackfire or Maguire's?

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Thanks for the suggestion. Two question, do you use the same microfiber to wash the entire car? Do you dry a section before you wash the next section?

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Thanks for the suggestion. Two question, do you use the same microfiber to wash the entire car? Do you dry a section before you wash the next section?

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Hi Jim:
  1. Yes (You can use multiple MF towels if you want, or even go with the 2-bucket method. But, based on how ONR works, it is not necessary.)
  2. Yes
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I've found Meguiar's Ultimate Wash and Wax Anywhere to be pretty good, quite handy, quick and easy to use. If you don't like having to buy multiple 26oz bottles, you can buy the professional line D115 Rinse Free Express Wash and Wax and mix your own amount
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I currently use ONR, and love it.
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