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    Re: waterless vs rinseless wash preference

    Ron that normal vette looks like an anorexic supermodel compared to your junk in the trunk Z, lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by 512detail View Post
    Ron that normal vette looks like an anorexic supermodel compared to your junk in the trunk Z, lol
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    I will carry your torch of a shiny black muscle car


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    Quote Originally Posted by 512detail View Post
    I will carry your torch of a shiny black muscle car
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    Re: waterless vs rinseless wash preference

    Good product and good towels waterless not a problem.


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    Re: waterless vs rinseless wash preference

    Ron,
    Something tells me you miss your black paint on your former C7.

    It did look perfect, except the right fender

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    Ron,
    Something tells me you miss your black paint on your former C7.

    It did look perfect, except the right fender
    yeah i do.......
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    I dunno how anybody washes marring-free with (only) a rinseless, let alone a waterless!
    I know this is your stance on the subject, and I respect it, but if I can waterless/rinseless wash a car and get zero marring, then it can be done. There`s simply no doubt or quandary about it.

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    I still haven`t figured out how to do waterless but that may be due to the fact I`m doing other folks dd that need a lot of tlc to get clean


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    Re: waterless vs rinseless wash preference

    I love rinseless washes, but up here in MN we have a lot of crap on the roads. My lower panels get caked with dirt, worms, leaves, etc. which trap the sand and dirt. When I can do a rinseless wash I will, but lately my schedule is so full that when I get a chance to wash my car, the lower panels are terrible. Pair that with the hard water here (24 grains per gallon\411 ppm) I can only wash at night or in the morning. If I washed more frequently then I could probably get away with rinseless all the time, but I still struggle with the lower panels especially if it rains. If I am going to break out the hose to rinse it off I just end up washing it.

    I will take any suggestions on how others deal with this and I would love to see some before pictures to see if I am being to ocd. I recently purchased a gallon of Uber (My smaller bottle is almost out) and Mckees N-914. I also have Ultima Concetrate, a gallon of the old DP rinseless, a gallon of the DP waterless and other waterless washes.
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    Re: waterless vs rinseless wash preference

    The closest I come to doing a `water-less wash` is giving my car a GOOD rinsing with a high pressure garden hose, making sure I rinse off as much dirt as possible. Then, leaving as much water on the car as I can (no free flow rinsing) I use Meguiar`s D115 at an 8:1 ratio, spray the panel heavily, then wipe/dry the panel. But that`s ONLY if the car is lightly dusty/dirty and has not been rained on.
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    Great info guys. I just received my ultima water-less wash. Never tried water-less wash so should be entertaining lol.
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    Let us know how it works out for you


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