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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    jatleson- OK, thanks for the explanation. I`ll be thinking about the FR when it comes time to restock Sounds like just the thing for most of what I do with IUDJ (and I`d been planning to add the JB at some point).

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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    Quote Originally Posted by acuRAS82 View Post
    Pinnacle washless with Carnauba. One of, if not the, most glossy of the bunch.
    Do you mean waterless? Can this be used as a rinsless with a different ratio ?

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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    Quote Originally Posted by pgp View Post
    Do you mean waterless? Can this be used as a rinsless with a different ratio ?
    I mis-understood the thread, was thinking it was a waterless thread. My bad. I’ll add Pinnacle Rinseless as my input, which has similar qualities (carnauba, good gloss, especially when used as a QD). I like both when my car wears a carnauba LSP/topper.

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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jatleson View Post
    ... I just did a car with all Garry Dean products - Stripper Soap, EVO AIO, Force Field Pro 5 coating, Force Field Boost. Now a quick rinseless with FR and it is good to go, no additional steps needed.
    If my suspicion is right, then it doesn`t surprise me that Garry`s products work well, because my suspicion is that his products are made by the Ultima/Sonus/Four Star camp, not far from where he`s located, with Garry`s input of course.

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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    Quote Originally Posted by WaxAddict View Post
    If my suspicion is right, then it doesn`t surprise me that Garry`s products work well, because my suspicion is that his products are made by the Ultima/Sonus/Four Star camp, not far from where he`s located, with Garry`s input of course.
    Things that make you go HMMMMM. Regardless, it is good stuff.

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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    Quote Originally Posted by WaxAddict View Post
    If my suspicion is right, then it doesn`t surprise me that Garry`s products work well, because my suspicion is that his products are made by the Ultima/Sonus/Four Star camp, not far from where he`s located, with Garry`s input of course.
    Not identical but do seem similar. Just pricey though.

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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    Iíve really been enjoying using The Gloss Shopís new Sublime Express Wash rinseless wash. If you like D114 and/or N914, you will really like this product.

    The cleaning ability is great and it dries quickly. All you need to do is waive a Griots PFM towel near this stuff and it dries to a streak free finish. You can easily dry an entire vehicle with a 16x16 PFM and it hardly feels wet. A very unique product.

    The price is reasonable and not anywhere near Garry Deanís.

    If you like rinseless/waterless products that leave nothing behind, definitely check this one out.
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    I like forever rinseless. Besides having great slickness and smelling nice, it also reinforces my acrylic coating with every usage. It is really expensive though.
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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    Quote Originally Posted by WaxAddict View Post
    If my suspicion is right, then it doesn`t surprise me that Garry`s products work well, because my suspicion is that his products are made by the Ultima/Sonus/Four Star camp, not far from where he`s located, with Garry`s input of course.
    I figured that was the case too considering all his early stuff online was using Ultima and Sonus products and I think may have even had video there

    I imagined he had them produce his line of products considering most donít have a chemical factory if there own let alone chemists lol


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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    Quote Originally Posted by annoyingmouse View Post
    I like forever rinseless. Besides having great slickness and smelling nice, it also reinforces my acrylic coating with every usage. It is really expensive though.
    It is pricey. I use it at 1 oz to gallon dilution for everything (rinseless, prewash, final wipe down), so I figure it is a little less than 4 a gallon. I`m also a fan of the guy who sets goals, hustles and makes it happen, regardless of the industry. For that alone, I`m willing to give his products a shot.

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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jatleson View Post
    I`m also a fan of the guy who sets goals, hustles and makes it happen, regardless of the industry. For that alone, I`m willing to give his products a shot.
    That.

    Garry is Good People. While I sometimes snicker (or worse) over his online persona, and I sure don`t agree with him on some topics (to put it mildly!), he`s 100% stand-up and somebody I`m happy to patronize. There are a few Detailing Supply companies I simply *hate* doing business with, but that`s not the case with Garry.

    I`ll have to do some thinking/figuring about which of his Rinseless approaches is right for me, but one way or another I sure plan to do business with *him*.

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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jatleson View Post
    My favorite for vehicles in decent shape - Garry Dean`s Forever Rinseless (I`ll assume if you are doing a rinseless, the vehicle is decent). Have and tried Griots, McKee`s and the original IUDJ, all good. They pail in comparison to Forever Rinseless. Great cleaning, great gloss, the slickness is unbelievable and I get 3 months protection using the rinseless dilution (1 ounce to a gallon). It is my go to rinseless, quick touch up, interior wipe down and sometimes use as LSP after a traditional wash. Wouldn`t use if planning additional correcting/polishing/LSP`ing after, but great results as a one and done product.
    Question - when you say you get "3 months of protection using the rinseless dilution" how does a that happen? Is there some kind of wax in this product?

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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    Quote Originally Posted by bob m View Post
    Question - when you say you get "3 months of protection using the rinseless dilution" how does a that happen? Is there some kind of wax in this product?
    I just happen to be checking e-mail now. My wife took my project for the day out. FR has the acrylics that are in the rest of his line. First time I used it, I was shooked at how slick the paint was. It is great as a rinseless, also great for exterior glass.

    Here are some pictures for attention (got the front clip coated last night, full write up to follow):







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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tc99m View Post
    I use WG Uber on non-ceramic LSPs and Mckees N-914 on Ceramic Coated cars.
    Why not Uber on Ceramic Coated cars? Thanks.

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    Re: What is your favorite rinseless wash ?

    WG Uber. I get it by the gallon when it`s on sale BOGO or around the holidays when Gift Certs are popular.

 

 
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