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Old 01-07-2013, 03:03 PM   #1
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ONR Wash & Wax

Firstly, I've been a huge Optimum brand nut for a couple years. ONR was the first product I used and several other products was purchased quickly after. This is another product that does not disappoint. Initially, I was on the fence of where its place would be in my collection, but I figured I would occasionally use it during the winter only. More specifically, before snow/salt hits when I see it in the forecast as some additional protection prior, otherwise I would just stick with ONR during my weekly washes. I thought this would be a good use since Optimum's spray wax isn't recommended for less then 55 F, so it is a good way to get some wax throughout the car (although the car is prepped for winter with their sealant and spray wax). Only had camera phone so not the best quality, and the sun was coming down when I finished, but here it goes.


ONRWW 2 bucket method (using a grout sponge)
Cobra Hd Guzzler
Optimum Power Clean
Optimum Opti Bond

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Here it goes not long after next to my GF's car, after getting her some new tints



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Looks great!! ONR is some good stuff for us cold weather folks.
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Thanks! yea it is great especially for cold weather, I use it all year around.
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nice coupe.

saving pennies for the CTS-V2 coupe after i finish paying off my V1 sedan
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