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Old 04-05-2005, 07:17 PM   #1
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Waterless car wash

This is just for Spector V, I know that you use waterless car wash, and I was wondering if you could link me to where I can get it, and tell me everything, that I need to get to clean and wax my car, its tough to use water in my yard, it floods and the car gets dirty before I can get it out of the yard, Thanks ahead of time. Matt
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Old 04-05-2005, 08:34 PM   #2
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I saw the thread title, and was gonna point you to Spector, but you got it on lock!

I can vouch though, his car is spotless, perfect shine.
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i have to try this thing sometime.
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Old 04-06-2005, 09:34 PM   #4
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When will Spector buzz in, or anyone who knows what he uses. Thanks
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www.dwgint.com as dom posted... im me at bhu4440611 for any questions you may have or what not, its great stuff it can be put on in the sun, the new stuff, but on my black car I alwasy do it in the shade lol.

If you want to break down the crap thats on it and start fresh, as you should, wash it with dawn detergent two times really good all over to remove all the old wax then dry her off, next clay bar the WHOLE car and wash it again with dawn, finally rubbing compound the whole car with 3m perfect it II CLEAR COAT SAFE rubbing compound, you dont have to do the rubbing compound, only do it if you have alot of feather scratches and what not, then DWG her once the car is dry, it doesnt mix with water, wont hurt anything but when your rag gets wet and what not you get no where.....

Application is easy, spray buff on with one 100% cotton towel, then buff off with another (but the mico fiber towels ARE AMAZING at buffing it off OMG)

Thats about all there is to it... takes about an hour to totaly detail your car and it will be smoother/shinnyer/better protected/then you probably have ever had it look and dwg also cleans windows/chrome/metal/black plastic/everything NOTHING on my car is faded I put it on EVERYTHING, for the black chrome and pretty much every area I spray on the rag first, do like the top half side of my car then buff and what not, in the sun i recomment just doing like half the hood, or half the roof, half the trunk etc.

pm/im me with any questions about price/usage etc..

an 8oz bottle should last you 4 uses... i get 6 or so cuz i dont use as much, you use more till you get used to it. if you like it you can buy a refill bottle and it costs ALOT less and you save a ton, it runs me like 3 bucks a month~ to use it.

Go to the sight and read the FAQ, since you have a red car if you have the least bit of oxydation look into the oxygone that stuff is AMAZING very very amazing... I drove though fresh paint in my old car and it got it off after it had dried totaly.... and it removes oxydation very nicly.

I have some and I CAN sell it but I only buy for my needs... so just look for a local dealer or order online.
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on a side note, anything you use if you use it right will keep the car looking good, I just choose this stuff since it is better than the rest, and goes on EVERYTHING from head lights to black chrome to the paint and is TONS faster for me.

Finally, the perhaps BEST thing about dwgint is inbetween applications... you put it on your car say... once a month... in between you use a bottle of water, distilled if you can but dont matter Get the car in the shade and spray an area of the car just as if you were applying the dwg and then use one towel to wipe the car and another to buff it dry... I know this sounds VERY bad for the paint but I have been doing it for over 3 years... and ask brent my car has not a one scratch on it... and is still in perfect shape. It was hard for me to do it at first also but trust me it WORKS lol.
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Will you list the things I need to buy from them, like size and all, yeah Im gonna do a fresh start, since I havnt since I got my car, Thanks, your the guy ive been waiting to buzz in.
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im talking to brent about selling it on the sight... basically you need a 8oz pump bottle with some stuff to put in it, they have a 29.95 buck option listed on products, i think its number one, and its the Ultra Ion DWG cleaner with an empty pump bottle and a 16oz bottle, which fills her up twice.
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thats the single best product i've ever used on a car, its really nice, another good product for cars with ailing paint jobs is 3M perfect it compound, use that and then some of the waterless car wash and your car will look amazing!

me and brandon did just that on my 96, it looks 10 times better when we were done, the only downside is it is alot of work... but worth it.
it wasn't worth it for me because i lived on a gravel road, meaning I would have had to done it like, every day... im just too lazy for that, however I don't live on a gravel road anymore, hrrrrrrrm hey brandon
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Old 04-06-2005, 11:24 PM   #11
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which is better for my car number 1 or number 2
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1 or 2 what?
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Old 04-06-2005, 11:30 PM   #13
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product 1 or 2 on that site, one is ultra ion or something, I just want to be sure that I order the right thing, Thanks
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DRI WASH 'n GUARD® ULTRA-ION™ DRI WASH 'n GUARD® ULTRA-ION™

DRI WASH 'n GUARD® ULTRA-ION™ is specifically designed for the 21st century paints used on cars manufactured since the year 2000. It's Ionic Technology helps repel dust from your vehicle's surface as well as reducing and removing existing minor feather scratches as you apply and buff the painted surfaces. DRI WASH 'n GUARD® ULTRA-ION™ will give a deeper, richer shine than any other product in the vehicle appearance industry. It is extremely aggressive in emulsifying all organic matter as well as bugs, bird droppings and tar and like DRI WASH 'n GUARD® CLASSIC it works exceptionally well on glass, mirrors and chrome!
$29.95 US 16 oz (35.95 CN)
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Old 04-06-2005, 11:42 PM   #15
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will the dawn take off either the thing down the side of my door, or my mustang letter inserts on my bumper?
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Old 04-21-2005, 09:28 PM   #16
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Dry Wash is a great product, but it dose not work well with a good wax. I have had it leave a fog on the paint when used after a good wax has been applied. IMO use dry wash if you keep your car in doors and drive often. If it sits or is left outside it dose not last long enough in the weather.

It is always nice to get it cleaned up quick however. I use it when I need to, but I would perfer to wash and wax my truck and car when I have the time.

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you should not apply dwg after you wax it defeats the purpose... dwg will out shine and protect what the wax does, the only reason to wax is to remove scratches by letting it smear around the clear coat, but rubbing compound does it better. The elements wont even bother my car, i clean it regularly of course but the paint wont fade nor will the black chrome or moldings I apply it to, it just has a far greater range of use and is far easier to upkeep over time, probably cheaper and DEFINATLY less time consumming lol but which ever just protect your car! and dont forget the trim!
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im gonna def have to give this method a try. im intrigued
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Old 04-22-2005, 12:01 AM   #19
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It's not that i don't like Dry Wash, I have just had better luck with wax since McGuiers(SP) came out with it's Next Gen wax. Dry wash has never lasted as long as wax out in the weather. I should know I've been using Dry Wash for 5 plus years now.

Remember this is just my $.02.

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