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    Re: Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Stoops View Post
    Well, just how cold a temp are you thinking about using it in? 5F might be problematic, but in a garage you can probably get away with it at very cold temps as long as you act quickly enough. But the sprayer isn't an atomizer or super fine sprayer so that alone should not pose an issue.
    around lets says 20F to 40F

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    Re: Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere

    Quote Originally Posted by CumminsCrazed View Post
    ok so, for my custom truck i have, what would be abetter choice for me after i get to car shows, i pre detai teh truck prior to the show, so would the no rinse express wash be better, or the quick wash n wax anywhere stuff.
    As PPLd pointed out, this ready to use spray would be the better choice in the application you've described.

    Quote Originally Posted by 79elcamino View Post
    around lets says 20F to 40F
    That shouldn't be a problem especially considering that you'd be working small areas at a time anyway.
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    Re: Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Stoops View Post
    The Detailer line Rinse Free Express Wash is a concentrate designed for use as a low water volume rinseless bucket wash. Rinse Free Express Wash also contains no wax at all. Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere is a ready to use spray that does contain a hydrophobic polymer for added protection. Think of it almost like a detail spray on steroids - if you've ever had a situation where you thought a QD may not be quite enough to remove the amount of dirt on your car so you're better off washing it, you could reach for this product and get the job done safely and effectively. If you live in an area where they salt the roads and from time to time you go to the coin op wash to pressure wash the road salt off your car, you know it doesn't get everything off completely. With this you can finish the job once you get home. Or if you live in an apartment and it's summer time, and your car has been outside for a few days and you want to clean it up but don't have time to go to a car wash (and you aren't allowed to bucket wash in your complex) you can clean your car with this product in just a bit longer than it would take to go over it with a traditional QD spray, even though the car is much too dirty for a traditional QD.
    So if you are recommending a coin-op wash before using UW&WA. I take it that it can't cut dried salt crust? I am very interested in this product.

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    Re: Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Stoops View Post
    Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere
    Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere's unique chemistry insures a scratch-free finish when used as directed, as special lubricants and cleaning agents safely loosen and then gently remove the dirt.
    I ensure you I'll try this product, regardless of the typo in the description.
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    Re: Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere

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    Re: Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere

    Quote Originally Posted by wifpd4 View Post
    Mike's assurance is better than insurance.
    Too bad you couldn't put that in a 16 oz. spray bottle
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    Re: Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere

    Quote Originally Posted by mike_svt View Post
    Too bad you couldn't put that in a 16 oz. spray bottle
    Too powerful, only available in 8 oz. sample size.

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    Re: Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere

    I'm looking forward to this product. For the past two or three winters I've been using ONR on my cars. It works well, but I confess that I am attracted to this product's ease of use. Just spray it on and wipe off. I'm sure it would be much more economical to use ONR or Meguiar's new rinseless alternative, but given that I'm only washing my two personal cars, the cost is not a significant factor. I will definitely get a bottle once it appears at Advance Auto. The suggestion to visit the coin-op first is also a good suggestion. I do that sometimes before an ONR rinse, depending on how filthy the car is.
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    Re: Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere

    Could someone explain the difference between a rinseless and a waterless wash?

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    Re: Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere

    Quote Originally Posted by ethereal45 View Post
    Could someone explain the difference between a rinseless and a waterless wash?
    A rinseless wash is when you add a product to a bucket of water and use that to clean your car. You dip your sponge or microfiber in the bucket and use that to remove dust and dirt from your vehicle and then dry. There is no rinsing with a hose involved like you would do in a traditional wash if you used car wash soap on your car hence the term rinseless wash. Optimum no rinse is a good example of that.

    A waterless wash is a product you spray on and wipe off to get the dirt off or your car. It doesn't require mixing it in a bucket of water. You just spray it on and wipe off the dirt with a microfiber towel.

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