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Free Shipping Dri Wash

Ok so we are running a special for shipping until the end of the month on orders of $75.00 use coupon code fbookship

If you are not wanting to spend $75.00 let me know and I will make a special for you guys maybee $5.00 shipping? or free towels? Let me know,
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uhmm...free towels!!



sorry for the question but what's the pump bottle for? and basically I wash my Versa and then apply the dri wash using the MicroFiber Applicator Pad and then buff using the Elite Microfiber Buffing Towel?
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No need to pre wash, you could use the microfiber applicator pad to apply, I would reccomend a microfiber towel (i reccomend the app pads for the inside trim and stuff like that.

The pump bottle is the applicator, you fill that bottle aabout 1/2 full and pump air into it.

Free towels, what i can do is give a free green towel (normally 4.25), and if you get the 32 oz size you get a free green one, we will upgrade that to the green for free as well.





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wow... looks easy, I will give the 32oz a try then


so I use a cotton towel to buff it and apply it around the area

then use the green microfiber towel and buff to a shine

I will place the order shortly
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You can utilize a hand santizer pump bottle for the product if you need an extra one, just sayin....
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wow... looks easy, I will give the 32oz a try then


so I use a cotton towel to buff it and apply it around the area

then use the green microfiber towel and buff to a shine

I will place the order shortly
I need to redo the video, I would recommend using a microfiber towel to apply as well. DWG also now approves it as well (before when i made the video they where saying cotton terry, even though I been using microfibers)
The main reason for the microfibers is the quality of the cotton terry
towels you get now are not soft and they wont touch my paint.

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You can utilize a hand santizer pump bottle for the product if you need an extra one, just sayin....
Not sure what you are saying, not sure if you realize what the pump actually does or not, it pressurizes the dri wash inside of it like an airosol type pressure. Also spray bottles are higly discouraged, as you get a better mist with the applicator pump (and use less product with the proper pump)


Also remember a little bit goes a long way, just a light coating is all that is needed, you dont need to soak the entire paint. You can use it as often as you like, and wont hurt or dull the paint, the paint will probably look better after the 2nd application (usually try and do within a week or so) but that isnt required.

Also Make sure to mention NVF in the order, your best to put that in the company name field so I know and wont miss it.
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This sounds awesome, I will have to try the product soon.

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