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      09-04-2012, 09:50 AM   #20
eclipsisNA
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Ideally, none of us would ever go waterless. The primary benefit of washing with water is that you can blast dirt off of your paint without compressing dirt against the finish. You lose that with waterless obviously. With that said, waterless can be done properly with the right technique and tools so that swirling or marring is largely avoided.

The two CG products you linked to are great, I've tested them many times over the years and if you use them as advised, you won't cause any damage.

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Originally Posted by Bulb View Post
I'm in the same boat as the OP, and this thread is quite enlightening.
There seems to be a lot of disdain for even touchless wash places, so it looks like onr or ecosmart is the way to go.

Does anyone have experience with using this
http://www.chemicalguys.com/Waterles.../wac_707ru.htm
and
http://www.chemicalguys.com/FULL_FUN..._p/acc_117.htm

together to wash the car?
It claims to be able to tackle the grimier cars (unlike ONR), and it seems cheap enough. What do you guys think?
If you guys would like, I can make a video going into the process of using CG Waterless.

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Originally Posted by 6spdg37s View Post
waterless wash like this scares the crap out of me

Last edited by eclipsisNA; 09-04-2012 at 10:08 AM.