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    First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    So I finally did my first rinseless wash yesterday. I can't believe how much I liked it. Usually i use the pressure washer or waterless wash.. I used Mckee's 37 rinseless wash and gloss. Mixed up 2 gallons of rinseless and 32oz of spray detailer. I used the detailer to pre-treat the panels, then i did the 1 bucket, don't put the used towel back into the mix method.


    1, I like how it gets the panel much cleaner then just a waterless because you can move the wet towel back and forth to really loosen up the dirt

    2, I like how you have the control to do 1 panel at a time and the fact that it works on trim as well.

    3, Loved the way my car looked after, Here's a pic of the hood


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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    Enjoy.
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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    Quote Originally Posted by fightnews View Post
    So I finally did my first rinseless wash yesterday. I can't believe how much I liked it. Usually i use the pressure washer or waterless wash.. I used Mckee's 37 rinseless wash and gloss. Mixed up 2 gallons of rinseless and 32oz of spray detailer. I used the detailer to pre-treat the panels, then i did the 1 bucket, don't put the used towel back into the mix method.


    1, I like how it gets the panel much cleaner then just a waterless because you can move the wet towel back and forth to really loosen up the dirt

    2, I like how you have the control to do 1 panel at a time and the fact that it works on trim as well.

    3, Loved the way my car looked after, Here's a pic of the hood


    I use that product weekly and thoroughly happy with it.

    ScottH

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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    Rinseless is the way to go I'll try Uber next time

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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    - no water spotting
    - no standing water
    - no or little water runoff
    - can work in little sections, even in the sun
    - can wash and protect all in one step
    - can use it as a qd, clay lube, interior plastic cleaner, leather cleaner, glass cleaner
    - can save product till next time
    - can clean in sections like you mentioned...can clean half the car now, half later if I need to
    - dont need expensive PW and tons of water
    - dont need electricity
    - can clean the car anywhere, indoor, outdoor, holiday, parking garage, in the summer with high sun or winter at low temps
    - faster clean...

    yep rinseless products do have its advantages over traditional soap.

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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    I love ONR.
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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    I'm definitely keen on the rinseless washing as well. This is my go to washing method in the winter around here, and I do it at least once per month or more in the summer time as well. I just purchased 16 oz of McKee's N914, and I'm looking forward to trying this. However, I have been a huge (bigley!) WH Uber fan since I tried the prototype. Everyone has praised N-914, so I'm excited to see it in action.

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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    I, too, love the rinseless wash. Even did one in my garage this winter. Only water on the floor was from the wheels.

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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    Count me as a convert too!

    My favorites: 1. Time saved on setup/tear down
    2. Not having to race to beat hard water from drying on the paint.

    Only part that's slowing me down is how dirty the cars get during the winter since I don't have time to do them as often as needed (and there's no coin-op near by). Using the logic that a gentle rinseless wash has to be less abrasive than your standard beater brush automatic car wash, I have been impressed with how dirty it can be with no apparent added marring.

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    Re: First time rinseless wash, New convert inside!

    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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