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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-27-2004, 03:14 PM Thread Starter
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Arrow Any one use that new MR. Clean no dry stuff?

I was thinking about it, but it seems like a rip off. I don't think it would actually work. It seems like a lazy way of taking care of a car.

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My wife bought it for me, and it works as long as the car is clean. I mean if you want to wash and wax the car on a Saturday afternoon and then use this every few days to keep the car clean it works. If you car is dirty though, nothing cleans like a sponge or towel and a little elbow grease.

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i tried it. it wouldn't clean an even slightly dirty car. didn't dry streak free for that matter either. now i just put in my own liquid soap and use that to soap it up and hand wash at the same time, then turn the switch and rinse. chamois dry + water blade then wax.

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i tried it. it wouldn't clean an even slightly dirty car. didn't dry streak free for that matter either. now i just put in my own liquid soap and use that to soap it up and hand wash at the same time, then turn the switch and rinse. chamois dry + water blade then wax.
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I guess Im the only one that truely likes it I use it along with a sponge the switch it over to spot free and be done with it. All it does is filter the water so there is nothing there to spot up and it really does work, although I need a new filter for mine. O yeah and both my rides are black and I wash them in direct sunlight and still no spots.
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Im with Lason...

It DOES work but you gotta use it right. Clean the car really well and dont let the soap dry on the car. Really hot days ruins it just like any other car soap. Do it in the shade or evening when there isnt direct sunlight to bake the soap. Rinse it really well with the regular water, then use the spot free rinse thing from top to bottom. Do it like you would paint the car, go over it real slow and go back over what you did with 1/2 the spray. I had a black GT and it worked GREAT. Not having to try the car and not worrying about waterspots was AMAZING

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