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

    So Ive finally convinced myself to start using RW or WW more often during the colder months. I think the technology is there and has been there, but Ive I guess grown confortable with it. What I plan on doing is using a bottle of whatever to pre-treat/spray the panels and then use The Rag Company's Eagle Edgeless towels soaked in solution to wipe down each panel. My conumdrum is what should I use? I have:

    Duragloss Rinseless wash with Aquawax 931
    McKees N-914
    Wolfgang Uber
    Meguiar's D114

    What Im wondering is if one of these accel over the other and if so at RW or WW?

    My truck sits pretty much all week and is driven only 203 times a week. Normally not in the rain ( although it sits in the rain ), and basically it just has light dust/pollen/dirt on it. Im not sure how Im going to tackle the wheels just yet, maybe just spraying them with solution and then wiping them down?

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

    IMO Wolfgang @3oz. per gallon is better @waterless wash than D114 & N-914. Just make sure to spray a liberal amount on the panel when waterless washing.

    I haven’t tried the Duragloss.

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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
    So Ive finally convinced myself to start using RW or WW more often during the colder months. I think the technology is there and has been there, but Ive I guess grown confortable with it. What I plan on doing is using a bottle of whatever to pre-treat/spray the panels and then use The Rag Company's Eagle Edgeless towels soaked in solution to wipe down each panel. My conumdrum is what should I use? I have:

    Duragloss Rinseless wash with Aquawax 931
    McKees N-914
    Wolfgang Uber
    Meguiar's D114

    What Im wondering is if one of these accel over the other and if so at RW or WW?

    My truck sits pretty much all week and is driven only 203 times a week. Normally not in the rain ( although it sits in the rain ), and basically it just has light dust/pollen/dirt on it. Im not sure how Im going to tackle the wheels just yet, maybe just spraying them with solution and then wiping them down?
    Of that list I've only used the Wolfgang and McKees 37. For me Uber is very good as a RW and N 914 is the best product (that I've used) for WW.

    My personal favorite RW though is CarPro Ech2o.

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

    Appreciate the replies guys.

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

    Uber works very well for both WW & RW.

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

    What LSP do you have on the truck? Because depending on what it is and if you want something that leaves nothing behind then N-914 is the way to go. If you have a regular wax or sealant then Uber is very nice, leaves good gloss behind. Same with Ech2o
    Bruno Soares


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

    I have Collinite 476 and I honestly dont care what happens or what it imparts on the wax/sealant. It'll all work in the end to one goal - more protection. Appreciate it!

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

    Then you’ll be happy with Uber. I think McKee’s cleans better but Uber left a nice gloss and smelled nicer. I was happy with it but have switched to N-914 as the cars are coated and I didn’t want polymers/gloss enhancers left behind.
    Bruno Soares


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

    I'm not a fan of waterless , except for my garage queen Camino, which never sees rain. I do much more rinseless than soap 'n bucket for the DD's in the fleet. All of the ones you mentioned are good, but my favorite in colder temps is the DG. It just seems to dry faster and clearer.

    Bill

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

    •If you’re wanting to use RWs/WWs that have,
    essentially, no effect on existing LSPs—that is
    to say: “leaves nothing behind”...
    -then: Meguiar’s D114 and/or McKee’s 37 N-914
    is what you’re looking for.


    Otherwise:
    •If it doesn’t matter to you if a RW/WW
    “does leave something behind”...
    -then: the selection from the remaining field
    of RWs/WWs is wide open. Your choice.


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