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Old 03-05-2010, 02:56 PM   #1
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"Green"/ eco friendly car wash?

I saw a few green/ eco friendly car wash products just a Canadian Tire. I'm wondering if any one would know how good these type of products are? This is just for personal use.
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Old 03-05-2010, 05:16 PM   #2
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I have never tried Canadian tire eco friendly washes so I can not really comment on that.

However I have had experience with other rinseless wash products like Optimum No Rinse. I swear by it and so do other professional detailers as well as hobbyist.

Basically the idea with Optimum No Rinse is that you use your basic two bucket wash with grit guards. You have 2-3 ounces of product in each bucket, microfiber towels, sheepskin washmitt or sponge and a spray bottle. You spray the panel down with your sprayer, soak your sheepskin washmitt in the solution then wash away. After you are done washing place the dirty mitt in the dirty bucket, then use your next mitt. After you are finished with the panel simply dry it with your favourite dry media. I would suggest using a microfiber waffleweave drying towel. Once you're done the panel you move onto the next panel and repeat.

*Tip: One panel is addressed at a time.

I have a 32oz and a 128oz available.

Hope this helps. If you have questions about this or other eco friendly products feel free to email or call me.

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