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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    I've been doing waterless washes exclusively for at least 3 years and Wolfgang Uber can't be beat for effectiveness, ease of use and value. Meguiar's UWWA was great and left behind nice protection but it didn't buff off as easily. Blackfire was great as well but it didn't justify the extra $10 per bottle when I had to refill so I ended up with Wolfgang.
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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    Quote Originally Posted by MrOneEyedBoh View Post
    Would the forest green or the gold plush towels work well? I have several of each not being used
    I use the Griots PFM for rinseless washes and one towel will dry the entire vehicle. I will use an additional towel if I see any dirt on the PFM.

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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    This time of year with all of the crap on the road that ends up on the vehicle, I usually end up using two mitts per panel. One mitt for the bottom half and one mitt for the top half. I also usually have to change the water in the rinse bucket 3 or 4 times.

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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    Thatís how I use mitts year round just to be on the safe side.
    Treat it like it's the only one in the world.

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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    I use Uber on most of our cars. Except my Cayman which I use Duragloss Rinseless wash with Aquawax 931 since the coating is Duragloss (which works great)
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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    Quote Originally Posted by MrOneEyedBoh View Post
    What I wanted to do is use my towels that I use for QD. They're TRC Eagle edgeless.. I currently and will continue to use them for QD and looking to also use them for RW and WW.

    My concern is the RW/WW may or may not leave something behind in the towel to reduce it's effectiveness, or maybe cause the towel to degrade somehow from the cleaners in the solution
    Iíd worry more about the QDís leaving polymers or what not behind. If your worrying about that McKeeís 914 has no polymers or waxes. Donít know about the Meguiars or duragloss. Wolfgang Definitely leaves something behind. Looks good tho.


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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    They're all good enough. If you get one you don't like, one spray per panel of a few detailers I can think of will solve that.

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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMys View Post
    Uber works very well for both WW & RW.

    Love that stuff.
    clear your PMs!

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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    Quote Originally Posted by Coatingsarecrack View Post
    I’d worry more about the QD’s leaving polymers or what not behind. If your worrying about that McKee’s 914 has no polymers or waxes. Don’t know about the Meguiars or duragloss. Wolfgang Definitely leaves something behind. Looks good tho.


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    True... I guess that is why some towels seem to loose their absorption over time. I wondering if there is a way to soak the towels to breakdown the polymers left behind. Is APC even strong enough to do that?

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    Re: Finally going to start doing/using RW and WW's... Here are my options

    Depending on the size of your vehicle, you're going to go through many bottles of this. My personal favorite is Adams Waterless Wash but all of the ones you list will work fine.

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