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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    Quote Originally Posted by FUNX650 View Post
    RWs/WWs:
    So glad people come up with
    this kind of stuff---I like things
    that make life easier to cope with.

    Ritalin sandwiches have a
    similar affect.


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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    Only disadvantage is it wont do the wheels/wheel wells, tires and undercarriage like the old pressure washer.

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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

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    Only disadvantage is it wont do the wheels/wheel wells, tires and undercarriage like the old pressure washer.
    Lately I've rinseless washed some pretty dirty wheels (nothing like caked on black brake dust though) and tires with McKee's Tire and Rubber Rejuvenator and McKee's N-914 (at 1:32). So far they've all come out great, but they were not fancy and expensive wheels - just stock wheels on daily drivers. On higher-dollar wheels I still do a rinseless wash if they're not filthy. So far all is working well, but using something like Meguiar's D143, soap and running water is still very effective. I concede that rinseless washing, from my experience so far, does not do a great job at cleaning the wheel barrels or the wheel well liner.

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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    Fightnews, your first RW product is a VERY good one that I actually tried about a couple monthes ago as a sample, really impressive! I assume you too had a sample if your looking for your next one and I guess it depends upon your needs but here's a few that you just can't go wrong with, in no particular order:

    -CarPro Ech2o

    -McKee's N914

    -Wolfgang Uber

    All can be made up as a RW or WW that will most definitely impress you! If your looking to make a great clay lube, once again, can't go wrong with any of them but because N914 leaves nothing behind I would stick with the 1st or 3rd one for that.
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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    Crazy, I just made a post about converting to RW's!

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