Discussion in 'Cleaning and Detailing' started by FutureOxfordwhiteowner, Mar 7, 2017.
Recommend any cleaning/detailing products
been using these products for years. If you talk to 5 different people, you'll get 5 different opinions. I take care of my own rides plus a couple Ferrari's, Aston Martins, ect. Adam's is one stop shopping, and the products are excellent. Souveran is my go to top wax.
+1 on Adam's. Quality products, great deimonstration videos and excellent customer service should you need to contact them for anything. They tyipiclally run a 15% off promotion for a period each month. One just ended but my guess would be to look for a promo a week before Memorial Day that's targeting those weekend warriors.
That looks professional like on my rig
equipment are you doing that with ?
It came with a plastic bottle container and the nozzle to connect to my pressure washer.
As you can see, I only used a bit and it was more than enough.
So with this stuff do you still need to scrub, dry, etc. I know it's probably dumb questions but i know they have all sorts of new shit out there.
No scrubbing just rinse and dry. With all the dust and madness I get for having a Shadow Black, now all I need is rinse and dry. Great on rims too.
Bah, foamy, schmoamy. It's a gimmick, a fun gimmick, but still a gimmick...
next we'll be talkin about what windshield wiper fluid or air freshner to use!!
I like the rain-x washer fluid. And of course any vent clip on air freshener besides clean linen.
I agree vikes which brand of vent clip air fresh do you prefer? I like air wick!!
Here's my ingredient list:
Optimum No Rinse Wash and Shine - 32 oz. $17
The Grit Guard Insert (Red) - Fits 12 inch Diameter Bucket $9
Encore 30448 3.5-Gallon White Industrial Bucket (or get a 5-gallon orange one from Home Depot) $6
Meguiar's Microfiber Wash Mitt $5
Meguiar's Supreme Shine Microfiber Cloths (Pack of 3) $8
Your investment of $45 gives you 32 car washes @ ~ $1.40/ea and your car will shine like crazy!
Essentially you're using only a few gallons of water, you can wash your car in a garage if you have snow outside
Here's a good autogeek writeup on how to use it Optimum No Rinse Wash & Shine: clay lubricant, optimum rinseless wash, no rinse car wash, optimum detailing products
We use it exclusively on all 5 of our cars now, just awesome stuff and you only have to use a few gallons of water - no hose!
and here are some washing tips! Winter Washing with Optimum No Rinse (ONR) | Ask a Pro Blog
hopefully this helps
You guys are scaring the shit outta me....
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