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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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    should just have a water filter that hooks in line like the Spot Free system does. then you wouldn't need any special soap, combination of the two, or replacment filters.

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    I voted for the soap because of local water restrictions preventing us from using anything other than a high-pressure hose here.
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    Gee...I don't have any problems with hard water spots here in the MS, but I would vote for the soap. I have had my fair share of fighting hard water spots in the past. Washed my friends car one time in Chicago and it was spotting before water had a change to roll off the car.
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    Re: Which new product would be of interest to you?

    i vote for the soap. we live in the city, and our water has all kinds of junk in it.

    I have the Mr. Clean hose attachment, and never ever use it, so i would hate to buy something else like it from meg's and watch it sit.

    On the other hand, i always use soap to wash the car (duh)

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    Re: Which new product would be of interest to you?

    I voted for just the soap. I live in an apartment with no hose access, unless I get a really long one and hook it up to my sink and hang it out the front door. So intead I use buckets of water to rinse my car usually... so a hose attachment would not help me out all that much.
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    Re: Which new product would be of interest to you?

    Wow this thread is two years old! Any point still voting?

    I voted anyways, for the filter attached to the hose.
    What's the point of having a special soap made? What happens when you rinse the soap away? More spots

    I'd rather have a device that fixes the problem at the source. That way you can fill up your buckets & use whatever soap you want and rinsing isn't an issue.

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    Re: Which new product would be of interest to you?

    car wash that prevents hard water spots is my choice,they definetly are a true problem......

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    Re: Which new product would be of interest to you?

    I think a filter with a special soap would be nice.

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    Re: Which new product would be of interest to you?

    I would prefer a filter system for one simple reason:

    While a soap would definatly help prevent water spotting, what happens when you go to rinse down the car?

    I would rather have a system that gets rid of the hard water all together (especially down here in San Diego!). That way, I could use whatever car wash soap I wanted and not be stuck with just using one type of soap.

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    Re: Which new product would be of interest to you?

    Yes, an old thread but whatever. The kids bought a Mr. Clean Auto dry for me when I bought the new car. It works ok, but I would prefer an in-line filter on the hose. Planning to go to the local hardware to see if I can rig something up
    to my hose from the plumbing department.
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