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    Exclamation NEW MC KEES sio2 WASH

    McKee's 37 Sio2 Auto Wash 128 oz.


    Stop worrying about water spots! Instead of washing your vehicle one panel at a time and then rinsing it off, wash the ENTIRE vehicle using Sio2 Auto Wash and THEN perform your last and final rinse. This is made possible thanks to the non-alkaline, pH-balanced formula. Water, not auto wash, creates water spots! WARNING! Don’t try this with any other auto wash except McKee’s 37 Sio2 Auto Wash!

    McKee’s 37 Sio2 Auto Wash is extremely concentrated. Just an ounce or two of this thick, watermelon-scented shampoo creates mounds of thick, frothy suds.
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    Re: NEW MC KEES sio2 WASH

    If this is as good as Hydro Blue then it will be another winner....
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    Re: NEW MC KEES sio2 WASH

    This has the noob in me intrigued. Wash car with Sio2 Auto Wash, rinse, apply Hydro Blue. Then just maintain with the Sio2 Auto Wash. Sounds good in theory.

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    Re: NEW MC KEES sio2 WASH

    I can't understand if it's a copy of Hydrofoam or Bathe+ or if it's just like reset and bathe which is why they are telling you follow up with hydroblue


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    Re: NEW MC KEES sio2 WASH

    I was just looking for a new soap. I've used all the usual suspects but you know how it goes with trying new things...

    • Can use in Direct Sunlight
    • Don't have to rinse immediately
    • Smells like watermelon
    • includes a bit of Sio2 for "brightness and strength of current paint coating(this one is interesting to me)


    i will definitely give it a shot.

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    Re: NEW MC KEES sio2 WASH

    Quote Originally Posted by MattPersman View Post
    I can't understand if it's a copy of Hydrofoam or Bathe+ or if it's just like reset and bathe which is why they are telling you follow up with hydroblue


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    If you leave either of those on for too long or in direct sunlight you get some nasty streaking. With the way this soap is presented I would liken it more to just Bathe and Reset.

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    Re: NEW MC KEES sio2 WASH

    If this product has a similar amount of silica as does Bathe+ or Mystic Repel, which are around d 5%, this is going to be a nice bargain at $50 per gallon.

    The test will be the incidence of streaking with dwell time.

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    Re: NEW MC KEES sio2 WASH

    Quote Originally Posted by atgonzales View Post
    If this is as good as Hydro Blue then it will be another winner....
    AGREE! Hydro blue and the new wash to maintain. DONE.
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    Re: NEW MC KEES sio2 WASH

    The formula in the shampoo is what helps prevents spots. But when you rinse the shampoo off, won't the rinse water cause spots because the shampoo (and formula) is gone? I think I'm missing something here.

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    Re: NEW MC KEES sio2 WASH

    Quote Originally Posted by Isewake View Post
    The formula in the shampoo is what helps prevents spots. But when you rinse the shampoo off, won't the rinse water cause spots because the shampoo (and formula) is gone? I think I'm missing something here.
    The idea is to let the soap dry on the paint.

    If you wash one side, you normally rinse off the soap and go to the other side. Leaving water to dry on the paint. (Causing water spots)

    So instead of rinsing off the soap solution you wash the entire vehicle before any rinsing.

    After the entire car is washed. Depending on temp the soap may or not of dried on the paint. It is now time to rinse and then start your drying procedure.



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