Any other rinseless users?

Discussion in 'Detailing / Cleaning' started by HoosierJeeper, Aug 12, 2017.

  1. HoosierJeeper

    HoosierJeeper Gold Supporter/Admin Staff Member Administrator

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    Been using rinseless wash for a few years now when I can. I use Optimum No Rinse Wash and Wax. Works great for cleaning it up when it's just a bit road grimy...or after blasting it off at the DIY wash in the winter. Just two buckets (with grit guards!) and some microfiber cloths. A lot easier than dragging out the pressure washer. Can do the KJ in 15-20 mins. No swirls....the black LR3 would let me know.
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    Looks good there HJ. Where do you get it? How expensive is that product?
    My KJ needs a good cleaning after all the smoke & particles here lately from the forest fires.
    Going to let the rain rinse it tonight and hand wash it ASAP.
    I just use a clean sponge and have had good luck with this...
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    Used something like that 25 years ago or so when I showed cars.
    Can't remember the name now but I know I ran out and couldn't find it any longer back then.
    Good for dust and road grime you'd pickup going to a show.
    Used it on my black Ford van as well when I went to Van Ins