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    ONR and freezing temperature

    I am back in Spokane. Been in Texas for the last five years. Finally on the road to retirement. How do I best rinseless wash in freezing temperature. I have ONR, handheld pressure sprayers, quality microfiber towels, buckets, microfiber for windows. Part of the Durango is being warmed by the sun. What is the best way with my supplies to clean my wife's Durango?

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    Re: ONR and freezing temperature

    panel by panel, definitely let those panels soak for a bit, I tend to spray the whole side, start on one panel and work my way down, re soaking as needed as I work my way down the car

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    Re: ONR and freezing temperature

    A bucket of warm water helps a lot. Also use rubber gloves. Pre spray a panel, and wash and dry a panel at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruzscarwash View Post
    panel by panel, definitely let those panels soak for a bit, I tend to spray the whole side, start on one panel and work my way down, re soaking as needed as I work my way down the car
    But you never get that cold or do you?
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    Re: ONR and freezing temperature

    I used two bucket wash with Griots red or pink soap. ONR in a pressure sprayer. To dry a large microfiber drying towel. Presoaked each panel, let dwell. Used synthetic wool mitt to wash each panel.

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    Re: ONR and freezing temperature

    When it's cold, a Master Blaster Sidekick w/ a 16" towel works well (the air is heated).

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    Re: ONR and freezing temperature

    Quote Originally Posted by ducksfan View Post
    When it's cold, a Master Blaster Sidekick w/ a 16" towel works well (the air is heated).
    I have a Sidekick, should have thought about this^^^^^^

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    Re: ONR and freezing temperature

    Quote Originally Posted by DogRescuer View Post
    But you never get that cold or do you?
    It was 20° today and we get ice, but prior to this I lived in England and it gets much colder there

    Here's a pic from the other morning. The right side is mckees ceramic coating

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    I didn't know that it got that cold there.
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    Re: ONR and freezing temperature

    Short of 40 and the Sun on the panels washing anything is a disaster. While doing a rinseless at 40 in the shade the hood turned to ice. The only panels I could dry were in the Sun.

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