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

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf-Strong View Post
    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?

    For the traditional wash, I still have the same point of view. However, when it comes to doing an Optimum No-Rinse car wash, I just absolutely love it! It has become one of the few non-Meguiar's products that I use, mostly due to the fact that I live in an apartment complex meaning no access to a hose.

    I am also revisiting the sponge as a wash media when washing well maintained cars. It seems to me to be a very effective way to wash the car and I am beginning to think it is a great combination for a car that is well maintained with ONR. However, if the car is anything beyond just mildly dirty from a week or so of driving on the paved roads (no dirt roads!) than you do have to do a regular wash.

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

    I have enough space to wash/dry cars, but it would be nice if Meguiar's can make spot free water/wash system, so I can just blow dry entire car.
    I check other water filter system, but I can't afford
    And I don't want to buy Mr. Clean stuff. If Meguiar's make one, I buy 3!
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    Re: Which new product would be of interest to you?

    I voted for the water filtration piece but after reading other peoples post I am leaning more towards the car wash because it no extra step in the process. Water spots are a definite frustration that always seems to creep up one way or another.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf-Strong
    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.


    I would like to see something that is inline with the hose, say back at the spigot versus a hand held unit like the Mr.Clean device.

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

    I'd really like to see a filter that would attach between nozzle and hose. I currently have a filter for the house just ahead of the outdoor faucet. However because of the city doing an endless "upgrade" on city mains, (18 mos and still digging and ripping the streets) I still have a bit of gook in the water as it goes into the bucket. I realize that NXT wash should be the better product for hard or contaminated water, but for some reason I get much better results with DC, or GC. I did just recently discover #62. WOW! My new go to car wash.

    I just think that a small filter for the hose end would be a very marketable item.

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

    I don't see how an engineered car wash could work, the spots are in the rinse water.

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

    keep it simple meguiars....just some soap will do!

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

    Don't know if it's been mentioned yet but I would like Megs to come up with a rinseless wash to compete with ONR.

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

    I voted some type of filter. Screw on between spigot and hose would be great. A soap is just during the wash really, what about the rinse?? It'd make more sense, to me, if the water was treated.
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