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    How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

    How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !





    Thought this may help a few of you guys save some money!

    Let me know what you guys think and if anyone has any questions!




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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

    HA! A one gallon, eight ounce jug.
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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

    I like that you have detail supplies in your kitchen.

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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

    Doesn`t the instructions for No Rinse say 6oz per 32oz of for a detail spray? This mixture would be really watered down at 8 oz per gallon. Has any else use a dilution this light without any issues?

    [QUOTE=RiversAlone;2127632][COLOR=#000000][FONT=Verdana][INDENT]How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

    [QUOTE=SR77;2127660]Doesn`t the instructions for No Rinse say 6oz per 32oz of for a detail spray? This mixture would be really watered down at 8 oz per gallon. Has any else use a dilution this light without any issues?

    The product page for ONR over on AG says to use 8oz per gallon for detail spray. I take that to mean 8oz to 128oz, making 136 oz, but an argument could be made for 8oz in 120oz for one even gallon. I just looked at my quart of ONR and it only gives a clay lube dilution, but I would swear that my last quart of it had a QD dilution ratio on the label. I ju st don’t remember what it was.

    I took from from this video that the industry secret detail spray is to use ONR at the QD dilution. Not trying to be unappreciative of the effort that went into making the video though.

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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

    Quote Originally Posted by Britsdaddy View Post
    I like that you have detail supplies in your kitchen.
    Haha, I just moved into this new home and have detailing stuff all over the place.
    Shoot I don`t even have my breakfast table in there yet, lol

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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

    I don`t believe ONR has the exact instructions for making detail spray on their product or website, they just mention you can make it.
    Now I`ve been using 8oz for every gallon for a few years now and have seen the exact dilution on other sites/forums other then autogeek.

    Haven`t had any issues on the dilution ratio, works great!

    Let me know if that helps!

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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

    [QUOTE=RMD;2127672]
    Quote Originally Posted by SR77 View Post
    Doesn`t the instructions for No Rinse say 6oz per 32oz of for a detail spray? This mixture would be really watered down at 8 oz per gallon. Has any else use a dilution this light without any issues?

    The product page for ONR over on AG says to use 8oz per gallon for detail spray. I take that to mean 8oz to 128oz, making 136 oz, but an argument could be made for 8oz in 120oz for one even gallon. I just looked at my quart of ONR and it only gives a clay lube dilution, but I would swear that my last quart of it had a QD dilution ratio on the label. I ju st don’t remember what it was.

    I took from from this video that the industry secret detail spray is to use ONR at the QD dilution. Not trying to be unappreciative of the effort that went into making the video though.
    Yeah I typically never finish the gallon of distilled water (current jugs I use will overflow), so my ratio is probably closer to 8oz of ONR for every 124oz.

    That`s basically what the video is saying! I was kinda being sarcastic/messing around in the beginning , but I`m not sure if many people caught it, lol

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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

    "HA! A one gallon, eight ounce jug."

    Haha, in theory, lol

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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

    [QUOTE=RMD;2127672]
    Quote Originally Posted by SR77 View Post
    The product page for ONR over on AG says to use 8oz per gallon for detail spray. I just looked at my quart of ONR and it only gives a clay lube dilution, but I would swear that my last quart of it had a QD dilution ratio on the label. I just don’t remember what it was.
    It was 8oz/gal...they took it off the label when they started making their own QD.

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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMD View Post

    It was 8oz/gal...they took it off the label when they started making their own QD.
    Oh okay! Thanks for the confirmation!

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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMD View Post

    It was 8oz/gal...they took it off the label when they started making their own QD.
    Interesting. Very helpful video then, thanks for posting!

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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

    Ron at Optimum told me 10 oz of ONRWW to one gallon of distilled water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kajunman View Post
    Ron at Optimum told me 10 oz of ONRWW to one gallon of distilled water.
    Well I guess he can tell you whatever he wants since it isn`t printed on the label anymore.

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    Re: How to make 16 gallons of quick detail for $60 (3.75/gal) !

    instead of buying a separate jug why not pour OUT 8-10 of water from the distilled jug then pour the ONR in it? I realize it doesn`t have a threaded cap but I store my excess on a top shelf so it is not likely to be disturbed until I need it.

 

 
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