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    Re: Griot's Rinseless Wash

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    ^ to add.. if you would like to use in a spray bottle, dilute 6:1 (or 1 oz. of product to 6 oz.'s of water).

    an easy way of doing it is buy a gallon of water, pour out 18.3 (round it off to about 18 1/2 oz.'s)
    and add that amount of GG rinse/waterless wash into the gallon and you'll have a gallon of RTU rinseless wash/qd..
    exact amount for a 6:1 dilution for a gallon would be ---> (18.3 oz's product / 109.7 oz's of water)
    I used your ratio as a WW this morning and it worked GREAT! Did you mean to say you'd have a gallon of RTU WW/QD instead of RW? I mean for RW duty I just follow their directions, 1 oz per 1 gallon and make up about 3.5 gallons and use my 1000ML Kwazzer to pre-treat each panel (usually add 4 oz of product here, maybe more when winter gets here and use the grout sponge) using the GD method and it works flawlessly.

    When and I stress W H E N the GG3 2" backing plate conversion kit comes in from that VERY slow boat from China, I'll be buying some Brillant Shine rinseless wash with my order, along with some surface prep and surface wash. Haven't used surface prep but would like to use it come spring but surface wash is an outstanding product but this is Griot's Garage were talking about hereGriot's Rinseless WashGriot's Rinseless WashGriot's Rinseless Wash

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    Re: Griot's Rinseless Wash

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    Did you mean to say you'd have a gallon of RTU WW/QD /Pre-soak instead of RW?
    btw, your ride looks terrific roger!

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    Re: Griot's Rinseless Wash

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    ^ to add.. if you would like to use in a spray bottle, dilute 6:1 (or 1 oz. of product to 6 oz.'s of water).)
    I’ve been using it at this ratio as a presoak since they mentioned in during one of their YouTube videos. Overkill? Maybe. But for how cheap the bottle is I don’t feel bad erring to the side of caution.

    Also, My 5yo daughter cleans the glass table tops and sliding glass doors each weekend as part of her chores, using this and whichever microfiber I hand her she gets streak free glass each time. No issues cutting through dog, um, nose art.

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    Re: Griot's Rinseless Wash

    I used it as a WW at that ratio and yes, because of its price, overkill is ok but safely washing a corrected/coated surface is the #1 priority Griot's Rinseless Wash

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    Re: Griot's Rinseless Wash

    Can anyone report how well the dirt releases from the wash media using Griots? Meaning if using the 2bm with a microfiber mitt how well does the dirt release in the rinse bucket? If I recall ONR is notorious for dirt "sticking" to microfiber and N-914 and D114 were pretty good at contamination release and I'm curious where this falls on the spectrum.

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    I can tell you in the times I've used Griot's Garage Brilliant Shine rinseless wash and used my grout sponge the rinse bucket gets pretty dirty. FWIW I have those new generation grit guards too. This is really and outstanding product and just started using it as a WW too...most impressive but a much higher ratio than Mckee's N914 but that's NOT going to keep me from using it as a WW along with RW dutiesGriot's Rinseless WashGriot's Rinseless WashGriot's Rinseless Wash

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    Griots Rinseless Wash followed by Griots 3 in 1.


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    Re: Griot's Rinseless Wash

    Did a Griot's Garage Brillant Shine rinseless wash this past weekend, 2BM w/4 oz-3.5 gallon ratio. I always make more because I pre-treat every panel VERY well and still have some left over but it's not worth saving for next time because I'm using tap water and it gets a little "funky". I've tried to do multiple washes and while I'm using the modern grit guard I'm amazed at how much settle in the bottom when doing a 2nd wash using leftover RW and just "boosting" the wash solution!

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