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    Re: ONR: The Definitive Thread

    never saw this before.. this needs to be a sticky.
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    Re: ONR: The Definitive Thread

    woot now is sticky! :D
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    Re: ONR: The Definitive Thread

    ONR is some great stuff, I have used it on some of the nastiest cars I have ever worked on and it has never let me down. On top of this, it cuts down on work time as well since you can wash and dry quickly. It also makes one of the best QDs in terms of cleaning ability.

    ONR RULEZ!

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    Re: ONR: The Definitive Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by ryandamartini View Post
    woot now is sticky! :D
    goof. lol
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    Re: ONR: The Definitive Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Emile View Post
    This is my only gripe with Optimum No-Rinse. There is no good way to clean the fender wells, especially if there is not enough room to get a brush up in the fender wells.

    For this I use terry cloth rags at the end of the wash... I spray QD strength ONR on wheel and well... and wipe with the rags... I am much less afraid of damaging and will scrub the well if needed with the rag... I also will use other cleaners like tar/bug remover, APC's and degreasers then go over with ONR as a final wash if needed. I usually clean/polish wheels as a separate step if they are really bad.


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    Re: ONR: The Definitive Thread

    Since this is an ONR thread, i decided to just seek for your experience with the product here as well.

    ONR as a QD

    how would you guys rate the ONR as a QD? Does it really assist in the longevity of a wax/sealant on succeeding washes after the wax/sealant has fully cured? How would you rate its performance in 1-10? Thanks!!!

    Sorry for a lot of questions lately on the forum, it's my first time to try a lot of specialty products, i just settled for OTC stuff before i ordered the XP.

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    Re: ONR: The Definitive Thread

    One of my favorite combos is to use ONR as a wash and spray on Duragloss Aquawax during the drying process. Great wash and wax in minimal time.

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    Re: ONR: The Definitive Thread

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    Alternate Method w/Presoak (Thanks SUPERBEE364 and EXCELDETAIL)
    1. Spray down each panel with QD strength ONR. (pump type garden sprayer)
    2. Wipe each panel down gently with a dripping wet MF from the ONR bucket.
    3. Rinse and squeeze out the MF, get it dripping wet again, and redo the same panel.
    4. Dry the panel with a clean MF followed by a second MF
    (Sup prefers to use distilled water exclusively, too.)

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    Re: ONR: The Definitive Thread

    Well, decided to order some ONR. Have high expectations after reading this thread lol Looked on amazon, then on the AG site. AG has a deal right now if anyone hasn't noticed. 2 32oz bottles for the price of one.

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    ...The polymers in No Rinse have reactive groups that bond and trap dirt particles making the dirt particles virtually non-abrasive. They also bond to oily particles and emulsify them into water...
    That later statement interests me. There is no arguing how well ONR cleans, and I've used it a number of times with great success. Maybe its just me, though but it seems that after only a couple of washes my wax had lost its luster and smoothness. Has anybody else noticed this? Maybe its my wash media, or something else, but all I know is if I wanted to sacrifice my wax that quickly I'd be just as well off to go through a pray'n'spray wash or the like.

    I'm not trying to troll, just looking for a effective and safe way to maintain a clean car during winter months without a garage to wash in. Thanks for any advice!

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