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Old 03-02-2006
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Waterless Wash

Anyone know of a good waterless product? I saw one at a car show one time, can't remember he name for the life of me.
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Look in the vendor's section.
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I was filling up with gas and the product was just called "WaterLess Wash" the same name as your topic.
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like mentioned before go to the vendors section and then go to waterless car wash products. The stuff many be a little pricy but it works great. Im been meaning to get pics of how well it works oh well it will give me something todo this weekend.
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Old 03-05-2006
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The most popular waterless wash is Dri wash n guard. I sell it on my site at

www.waterlesscarwashproducts.com If you order it make sure in the comments section to put range-forums or RF or something so that you get a free towel with a full size bottle purchase.

Also if you have any questions on it please feel free to ask me, if you cant get ahold of me here use the email adress on my website, as I just moved and cant check this site as oftem as i used to

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Old 03-13-2006
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I used a product called "quick shine 99" and it worked great. you have to order it off the internet though.
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I would go with dave's product. Its a superior product and hes a great guy.

I have used it before and its very good.

Check out his site.. its not bs its all actual photos and stuff..



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Testamony.
Cathy ( angrySyko ) and I drove in a VERY BAD Noreastern Snowstorm from Detroit to Buffalo. Going through Canada.. it normally takea 2-2.5 hrs. took us 11 hrs .

I worte something on Cathys tailgate and Dave decided to clean her truck ( He was being a nice guy ) . We drove thriough all that weather and NOTHING stuck to her truck.. Mine looked white from all the roadsalt and junk.

I only use drywash from dave to clean my truck endless its REALLY muddy ( which is rare as I'm a pavement pounder ) .
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Old 04-06-2006
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wait wait wait.. dry wash? I, personally, have never even heard of this... someone wanna explain how it all works?
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Cathy ( angrySyko ) and I drove in a VERY BAD Noreastern Snowstorm from Detroit to Buffalo. Going through Canada.. it normally takea 2-2.5 hrs. took us 11 hrs .

Your looking at...at least 4 hours from Detroit to Buffalo through Canada. At the very least

but 11 hours is still a freaking long time compared to 4..must have been a doozy
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wait wait wait.. dry wash? I, personally, have never even heard of this... someone wanna explain how it all works?
Basically what it is, is a liquid you use to clean and protect your vehicle without using any water. For further reading check out my website for more details
www.waterlesscarwashproducts.com

I will be able to explain further later, but I have to run right now
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