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    Rinse Free Express Wash

    Rinse Free Express Wash


    Product attributes:

    • ​Exterior / Interior Wash -128:1 (1 ounce / gallon)
    • Cleans all vehicle surfaces
    • Non-scratch, non-streaking formula
    • Paintable / contains no silicones
    • Biodegradable
    Part Number: D11401
    Size:
    1 gallon
    MSRP:
    $39.99
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    Re: Rinse Free Express Wash

    Yes! The pricing and dilution certainly blows ONR out of the water.

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    Re: Rinse Free Express Wash

    Quote Originally Posted by ethereal45 View Post
    Yes! The pricing and dilution certainly blows ONR out of the water.
    I'm not following your math. ONR is $39.99/ gallon also and only requires 1 oz. for two gallons. Express wash is the same cost and requires 1 oz./gallon. Nevertheless, I'm glad to see Meg's in the rinseless and waterless wash markets. What I'd really like to see is a consumer-sized product, 16-22oz., that would be available OTC. I'd prefer to send a customer to Advance or Wally World than give away some of my own stock. Looks like the Meg's staff has been quite busy this year. A bunch of nice additions to the product line!

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    Re: Rinse Free Express Wash

    Can this product be used as a clay lubricant and qd (depending on the dilution) in the same fashion as ONR?

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    Re: Rinse Free Express Wash

    Bill, when I posted I had forgotten the pricing and dilution of ONR. At first glance, I thought this was a much better deal....I thought ONR was more expensive than it actually is. I'm with you that ONR is more cost effective at first appraisal. I'm guessing this would make a decent clay lube also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ethereal45:487778
    Yes! The pricing and dilution certainly blows ONR out of the water.
    Price is competitive, and the suggested dilution ratio for ONR is 1-2 oz per gallon. That being said, I know this product will likely meet or exceed ONRs performance. Can't wait to try this out!
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    Re: Rinse Free Express Wash

    Quote Originally Posted by BillyJack View Post
    What I'd really like to see is a consumer-sized product, 16-22oz., that would be available OTC. I'd prefer to send a customer to Advance or Wally World than give away some of my own stock. Looks like the Meg's staff has been quite busy this year. A bunch of nice additions to the product line!

    Bill
    Then you'd want to hook them up with Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere - ready to use in a trigger spray, and it contains a hydrophobic polymer wax.

    Quote Originally Posted by umi000 View Post
    Can this product be used as a clay lubricant and qd (depending on the dilution) in the same fashion as ONR?
    We're still working out the final details on this regarding dilution ratios, etc.
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    Re: Rinse Free Express Wash

    Finally a hoseless wash from the most trusted name in car care. have been waiting a long time for this one. Will this replace other waterless wash products or kits offered in markets outside the USA?
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    Re: Rinse Free Express Wash

    Looks good! I appreciate it Meguiars! Time to deplete my ONR!!!!!!!
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    Re: Rinse Free Express Wash

    I have been waiting for this forever from Meguiars!!! Awesome everyone!!

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