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Old 01-17-2015, 06:54 PM   #1
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Waterless car wash.

Bought a big container at the Tampa show. Got home (back to the RV) that night and after a couple of cocktails I started to get down on myself for buying into such a thing. Well, I used it on both my 2003 coach and my 2003 Mini, and they were both filthy. I would have never considered doing such a thing. All I can say is I LOVE the stuff. I used maybe 3 times more then what they said the bottle would be good for. I will order more of this stuff, though pricey. I was getting frustrated that I was learning that washing your A class RV when on a journey is near impossible unless you pay. This waterless car wash is the perfect answer.

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I agree, I have carried it with me since I studied up on it and bought it a couple of years ago.........really shines things up! Always have it with me.......
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Old 01-17-2015, 07:05 PM   #3
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I didn't attend the Tampa show, but would be interested in the "Waterless" car wash. Do you have a website for the company?
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Old 01-17-2015, 07:07 PM   #4
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This is what I use Freedom Waterless Car Wash
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Old 01-17-2015, 07:15 PM   #5
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I've had great results with The Solution waterless wash.
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Curious... Where does the dirt go?
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Old 01-17-2015, 07:30 PM   #7
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Curious... Where does the dirt go?
Down deep into the micro fiber towels.......so as not to scratch like cotton towels do......Have to buy a high quality one's, not the cheap one's.


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Of course you have to wash off all the surface dirt and grit???
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I like the optimum product line for waterless.

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Of course you have to wash off all the surface dirt and grit???
Nope........I drove from Penna. to Arizona 2 years ago, through rain, one day, Used the waterless wash to clean the entire Coach, no water used, shined like I just waxed it when done. I was skeptical until I took the time, over months of reading and watching video's on y-tube before I did give it a try, I won't be without now, works wonderful on auto's also......Take the time to learn/study on this product............Also, to point out, I do not use any pressure at all, with the first wiping........ then , the second towel is for polishing/shining. The good quality towels that I bought, don't even look that dirty when done using them, but when I wash them out, wow, just a ton of dirty water! dirt is "Inside" per say, under the fibers, not on the surface, I have found. No scratching or swirling marks to date..........
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Pleased with the results from this: Aircraft RV Cleaner Waterless Wash Wax Detailing Products Supplies
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X2 This is what I have been using also.
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Me, too. Love the product!
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