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    Waterless/Rinseless Wash without Wax

    I am currently looking for a waterless/rinseless wash that doesn't leave any wax behind.

    I know I will be using it A LOT, and wanted to be able to find something more cost effective than using Wolfgangs every time I do it, because I will be doing the washing over WG 3.0. But it seems if I used their waterless wash it would become very expensive over time.

    I noticed that Megs might have something in the D114.

    Does anyone have any good words or thoughts on this product?


    Thank you all!


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    Re: Waterless/Rinseless Wash without Wax

    People love D114. I would probably go with ONR if you want "no wax"...but honestly the Wolfgang rinseless is a great product.

    EDIT: They have the Wolfgang Uber Rinseless gallon on sale at the Wolfgang site for $65 plus 10% off and free shipping. That makes it approximately comparable to ONR in cost. That site is seriously impossible to navigate, let me know if you can't find the product.

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    Re: Waterless/Rinseless Wash without Wax

    D114 is great stuff.

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    Re: Waterless/Rinseless Wash without Wax

    WG Uber Rinseless really isn't that expensive; 64oz for $49 not on sale on AG, $65 for a gallon on WG site. Wait for a sale and stock up.

    Wolfgang Uber Rinseless Wash 128 oz.

    Wolfgang website also has free shipping over $50 & 10% off.

    IMHO WG is much better than ONR.

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    Re: Waterless/Rinseless Wash without Wax

    D114 is pretty much the go to Rinseless that leaves nothing behind. Cheap too at roughly $30/gallon. That being said I find my drying towels to feel pretty grabby compared to Uber.

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    Re: Waterless/Rinseless Wash without Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by willowcat11 View Post
    I am currently looking for a waterless/rinseless
    wash that doesn't leave any wax behind.

    Does anyone have any good words or thoughts on this product
    Quote Originally Posted by willowcat11 View Post
    noticed that Megs might have something in the D114.
    •You may, or may not, have noticed that:
    -Meguiar's D114 does not contain any
    Waxes that could be left behind.

    •It s a very economical product,
    -currently priced @$32.99 for a 1 gallon jug.
    -Dilution ratios for WW/RW = 1:128-1:258
    -That's extracting ~128-258 gallons of WW/RW
    from a 1 gallon jug of D114—that's up to 4.7
    55 gallon drums!!


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    Re: Waterless/Rinseless Wash without Wax

    Been a die hard Optimum ONR user forbears now. Recently tried Meguiar`s D114 and love it as well. Cant go wrong with either.
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    Re: Waterless/Rinseless Wash without Wax

    Looking for a new 3rd dedicated RW (possibly WG Uber). Currently using ONR, D114, Ultima+.

    1. Ebg18T: why is WG IYHO better than ONR?

    2. pheerix: why do you think your D114 towels are grabby compared to Uber? Is it the MF's or the RW solution?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Waterless/Rinseless Wash without Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by jmsc View Post
    Looking for a new 3rd dedicated RW (possibly WG Uber). Currently using ONR, D114, Ultima+.

    1. Ebg18T: why is WG IYHO better than ONR?

    2. pheerix: why do you think your D114 towels are grabby compared to Uber? Is it the MF's or the RW solution?
    That's pretty simple...it's because WURW (Wolfgang Uber Rinseless Wash--hey, I invented a new acronym!) has a bunch of sealant or something in it. A more apt comparison than ONR in the Optimum line would be ONRWW.

    I think it's kind of funny how the "default" trend in rinseless washes is to add "wax"; this has the dual effect of adding lubricity for drying while adding some protection, and leaving a slick surface which we all love.

    However, their does seem to be a splinter movement (like the OP) that wants their RW to have "nothing" in it.

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