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      02-18-2013, 11:31 AM   #1
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show cleaning??

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Basically want to no what to use at a car show to get car to fresh clean look after a drive to the show.

Also what methods to use before the show.

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      02-18-2013, 11:36 AM   #2
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If you have access to water at the show, Optimum No Rinse is phenomenal and much faster than a full wet wash. 1 ounce of ONR in about 3 gallons of water and a couple/few WW MF drying towels.

I can do my entire car and wheels in 20-30 minutes.
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Cheers

Will look into this now
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Might also consider a waterless wash product as well. Several companies make a version.

Note "waterless" is different than "rinseless" which is the product that pander5 mentioned.
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which is better ???
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Personally I trust "rinsleless" more for removing dirt mar free but to do a proper wash at a car show would be kinda dumb IMO. Waterless is a product where you just spray it on to panels and wipe off the little bit of dust that got on it on your drive over. Meguairs has a product that can be purchased at like your pepboys or autozone that you could try out. I think it is called "ultimate wash and wax anywhere".
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If you have access to water at the show, Optimum No Rinse is phenomenal and much faster than a full wet wash. 1 ounce of ONR in about 3 gallons of water and a couple/few WW MF drying towels.

I can do my entire car and wheels in 20-30 minutes.


The "Gary Dean" method works as well. One gallon of distilled water, 8-9 MF towels, bucket, and a hand pump pressure sprayer from Home Depot.
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Cheers for advice guna go for the rinsless method with drying towels and a pressure bottle premix before the show travel down and then spray and wipe haha.

Have you guys used the auto glym quick detail spray my friend says it awsome.
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