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post #1 of 49 Old 09-01-2008, 02:03 AM Thread Starter
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How to wash a car without water.


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http://www.waterlesscarwashproducts.com

If you order drop a note and mention the forum for a free towel on a 32oz or larger bottle.

Questions feel free to ask here as well.
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alright so with a 32oz bottle, how many times could you wash your car? Lets say something the size of a versa, sentra, or something equal in size. For the most part this stuff roughly equals a dollar an once, unless you buy something like the 64oz.




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alright so with a 32oz bottle, how many times could you wash your car? Lets say something the size of a versa, sentra, or something equal in size. For the most part this stuff roughly equals a dollar an once, unless you buy something like the 64oz.

Doing it weekly on the ranger, i was using about 1oz,

Typically i say 2oz on an average size, depends on the person using it, after the first application it will use about 1-1.5oz's.

Some people use it monthly just as a wax as well really up to preference.

I use it all the time.
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1oz to do the whole car? thats pretty good.




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i use less than 1oz on the versa, again it depends on the person using it, some people spray way to much on, all you need is a super light mist.
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Water is still the cheapest way to go while washing a car, but this stuff looks neat!! I guess is you got to a meet or car show this stuff would come in handy, but I am on an Island and its full of holes (lol, ponds, lakes and rivers).

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that is cool... i use turtle wax ice and it attracts dirt as soon as i finish buffing off the wax lol... but 200 dollars for a kit is a little steep... but when i get 200 dollars i might order a kit :P and try it out and post some pictures here...
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that is cool... i use turtle wax ice and it attracts dirt as soon as i finish buffing off the wax lol... but 200 dollars for a kit is a little steep... but when i get 200 dollars i might order a kit :P and try it out and post some pictures here...
not sure what you are seeing for $200.00

All you really need for the outside of the versa, is the ultra-ion, and tire and trim that would take care of the entire outside.

16oz ultra-ion is only $20 and a 32oz is only $34 (the 32oz comes with free towel as well as use code versa for 10% off your total)

Typically it comes out to about $3 per use.
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o.O i was looking at the detailer kit... this is what i found can you give me a direct link please?

nvm i was looking at a different site hahahhaa
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o.O i was looking at the detailer kit... this is what i found can you give me a direct link please?

nvm i was looking at a different site hahahhaa
http://www.waterlesscarwashproducts....on=show_detail
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