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      08-31-2012, 01:36 PM   #12
lorinzo
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Originally Posted by Z K View Post
I have used Optimum No Rinse before. It works pretty good for low to medium level cleaning. I usually fill a pump sprayer with the solution at wash dilution and liberally spray the surface before wiping with a microfiber "muppet head" mitt in a wash bucket with ONR solution going panel by panel. The bucket only wash does cause some light marring in my experience. If your car is very dirty, I would not use ONR washing.

Chemical Guys out in SoCal has a Eco Wash wash system which looks decent. I have no experience with it though. Looks interesting.
http://www.chemicalguys.com/WATERLES...g_p/pow_01.htm

I attended a local meet at the Chemical Guys shop in Los Angeles and attended a DIY detail seminar there as well.

The waterless system would seem to fit your needs perfectly. The POD system is great if you want to spend some dough and/or want to start a business. However, you can purchsase the Eco Smart by the gallon and apply it with a regular hand spray bottle.
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