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I used some of this stuff over this past weekend, and it shocked the hell out of me. I was at the place that tinted my windows to get a few windows fixed and one of the guys there pulled this stuff out and told me it was waterless car wash. I said, "Come again?" He said ,"Yeah, it works great." As he sprayed some on the hood of my car, and started to rub it in, it stood there waiting to see scratches all over the hood. (shortly following my flying fists) After he buffed it off, there was nothing left but a bright shine!! I was floored. If I didn't see it with my own eyes, I wouldn't have believed it.




http://www.dri-waterless-car-wash.com/Waterless_Car_Wash.htm

Now, it's not the cheapest stuff in the world, but it sure does work like a charm. I just ordered me a bottle.
 

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I've used this stuff before and I like it alot. I can vouch for it, as well as get a good deal on it through a friend that is a seller of it.

Let me know if you need a hookup.
 

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This stuff is good for the occasional wash in your garage when you have no access to water or it is raining outside. But you should still give your car a regular wash with soap and water to get the winter grime off. Waterless car washes are only meant to be used on a light coat of dirt or dust.
 

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I have never used the car wash but the leather cleaner works great :D
 

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I looking at purchasing Optimum No Rinse (ONR). It costs about $15 for a quart and $35 to $40 per gallon. You use about 2 ounces per gallon. It can also double as a clay lube or instant detailer.
 
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