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Old 04-07-2013, 02:03 PM   #1
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I tried the turtle wax car wash with no hose and worked really well. I followed the directions but added a twist when I wiped it dry I also used Griot's speed shine.

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Only way to go is waterless....I now use only Croftgate waterless wash and other awesome products. So very happy with them...I now also deal for them to help promote the products. Hit me up if you want any info !!
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Only way to go is waterless....I now use only Croftgate waterless wash and other awesome products. So very happy with them...I now also deal for them to help promote the products. Hit me up if you want any info !!
Waterless washing wouldnt cause 'build up' would it?
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How do you use waterless on detailing your rims?
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How do you use waterless on detailing your rims?
Good effn question!
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Good effn question!
No waterless does not create any buildup of any kind. Do me a favor...visit the Croftgate.com web page and you can review each if the products specifically for paint,tires,rims,interior,etc. if you like what you see...I can hook you up with the products below the web price as well as discuss these products in depth. If you provide me with your location...I may also be able to hook you up with a local dealer and maybe reduce shipping.

I detail only my own personal rides and after using these products I also decided to help promote the amazing results. No sales pitch here...you look and let me know.

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How do you use waterless on detailing your rims?
Croftgate Tire Shine is perfect for this.

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How do you use waterless on detailing your rims?
Lovin your name...."always broke"...I know the feeling. The Crofgate products are not "cheap"...but worth every penny in the results.
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Im gonna check em out asap.
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I will check'em out then
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Okayy so how do you use it? I dont get how it washes your car without water.. But i want to know more cause it looks like a product that would come in handy for me
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Okayy so how do you use it? I dont get how it washes your car without water.. But i want to know more cause it looks like a product that would come in handy for me
There are two options...the first is Aquanil X which is a spray on wipe off product. The key is using quality microfiber towels...32 ounces on a daily driver will do about 8 normal sized cars. This is great because no water needed. Other option is Wash N Wax...one ounce in a gallon of water and again two microfiber towels. The products contain polymers that trap the dirt and do not scratch the surface as you wipe away. There are many products over the counter that work great and are less expensive and will do the same....but for me of all the products I have tried the Croftgate line is amazing. Visit the Croftgate website and there are all kinds of videos and info about he entire line. If you like what you see let me know and I can get you pricing...but believe me you can also get some good stuff at your local stores that will work, just not as awesome. Waterless works...I am 100% behind the technology and I have a hose a driveway and no water restrictions. And for car shows...being able to clean from the drive in...that sold me.

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If you like...just send me an email at Croftgateil@comcast.net I will help you with any questions you have and also attempt to find you a local dealer if possible.
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I was thinking of getting the sample pack off colfgate for 16$
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I was thinking of getting the sample pack off colfgate for 16$
Go for it...and I agree that was how I started....and it is a deal.. Please send me an email after you try it ....I guarantee you will be blown away. Questions or anything...just email at CroftgateIL@comcast.net I will be more than happy to answer anything I can OR get you an answer.
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Go for it...and I agree that was how I started....and it is a deal.. Please send me an email after you try it ....I guarantee you will be blown away. Questions or anything...just email at CroftgateIL@comcast.net I will be more than happy to answer anything I can OR get you an answer.
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If my car sat in the garage over night I would invest in better products, but since it sits outside it gets dirty over night. I can detail it one day and it gets dirty by the next day.
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If my car sat in the garage over night I would invest in better products, but since it sits outside it gets dirty over night. I can detail it one day and it gets dirty by the next day.
I understand and I am lucky to have a garage. Check out the Quick N Slick on the Croftgate website....it will not eliminate dust from collecting....but Mother Nature will run right off your car as well as most other containments. I will try a test on my daughters car which sits outside and see how it goes for a few days.
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