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Spray detailer

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What do you guys think about using a spray detailer between washes for the dirty spring 5 minute rains that leave dirty water spots?
 
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Been using Lucas slick mist on mine everyday for a week and a half dam rain it works great to get off water spots but am going to look at chemical guys and poor boys next time around
 
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From what I understand using a spray detailer is a waterless wash? Yes no?
 
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From what I understand using a spray detailer is a waterless wash? Yes no?
Well, yes in the fact that you spray it on and wipe it off, but rinseless wash mixes are geared more towards removing dirt than say a quick detailer which is meant for very light dust or fingerprints.

I use Mckees N914, but Wolfgang Uber is excellent as well.
 
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Been using Lucas slick mist on mine everyday for a week and a half dam rain it works great to get off water spots but am going to look at chemical guys and poor boys next time around
I like Slick Mist, and also use Meguiars Ultimate Detailer. Clean the windshield, wipe the bugs off the nose too.
 

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CG Ecosmart for me. I buy the 32oz concentrate and mix up a gallon or two.
 

Symetry

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Meguiars ultimate detailer for dust and rain spots.
Also Turtle Wax Ice.

After a good application of Sonus Ion.

Jim
 


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