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  • Premium car wash technologically engineered to prevent hard water spotting

    331 47.90%
  • Water filtration piece that attaches to your hose to soften water and prevent hard water spotting

    226 32.71%
  • Car wash and filtration piece combination system that prevents hard water spotting

    242 35.02%
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    Voted for the soap

    I voted for the soap. Tried the Mr. Clean system and didn't like it. 1. Didn't like washing with cold water.
    2. Didn't like waiting for the water to dry on its own.
    3. Still had spots unless I went over the car twice with the ionized rinse water.
    I think the simpler you keep it, the better

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    As a disclaimer... I was not implying the Auto Dry system doesn't work. I have yet to try it. I was comparing the concept of purchasing additional items to simply wash a car. I'm sure everyone knew that. Just wanted to clarify that point. I'm sure the Auto Dry works great for some folks...

    Thanks
    Last edited by scrub; Dec 3rd, 2004 at 11:35 AM.

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    personaly, i like the idea of a filter...maybe you guys can market it with an optional quick disconnect it can be removed easy...i have quick disconnect for all my car wash stuff and i love them. i like to have task specific items, and while i know that if you guys make a new shampoo it will rock...I use a shampoo that i have great results with and the water softener adder wouldnt make me switch...and if you guys add like a color changer so we know when to change the filter that would rock what car nut couldnt use another toy

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    Add one more vote for the soap. Like Scrub said, I don't want to have to buy filters and stuff just to wash my car. Plus microfibre towels are great for drying the car (making that part of the process not that unpleasant.)

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    Originally posted by Aurora40
    Heh, I'm noticing a theme. I'd use a filter that had good capacity, but I really wouldn't like a soap that did other stuff. I'd think to suspend all the minerals in water, it would be a detriment to its ability to lubricate and to buffer dirt particles. I'd be using up a lot of its energy on the water itself.

    But if you sold a filter with lots of capacity, I could actually fill my bucket up with filtered water. My soap would work better, and no bad water would be introduced on the paint for me to later try to displace. I'm not talking filling up two 5-gallon buckets, but maybe 3 gallons of total wash/rinse water.
    I was thinking the same thing.
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    Filter device only. I'm not interested in anything where I must buy the accompanying wash only
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    Originally posted by Bill D
    Filter device only. I'm not interested in anything where I must buy the accompanying wash only
    I must agree. Although, I don't know if hard water is a big enough of an issue with me to worry about it, and yes, I have hard water.

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    I'd be interested in a soap and filter combo

    Here in Kansas City, KS we have VERY hard water and I have a black truck. You do the math. Keep us posted on if anything is being worked on.
    Yea, I'm a red hot beaner!!

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    Both. I would love a car wash that focuses on hard water (I didn't get NXT because the place I was at didn't have it...and I was really tired of driving around town).

    Also, a filter would just be gravy on top of that.

    If said filter was developed, I think it would be nice to have some sort of switching system. It'd be nice to be able to switch from filtered to unfiltered water by pulling a lever or something.
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    soap alone is easiest...but I'll take what ever works .
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