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Old 04-13-2012, 01:34 PM   #1
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I didn't think it would work

I finally decided to use the product we bought last year at the Mid Atlantic. The wash and wax by Croftgate. Boy was I surprised. 1 gal water 2 ozs w&w did my whole TV paint windows plastic rubber everything. About 2 hrs. What a product!!
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Thanks for the info. I'll have to try and get some.
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Larry,...we used the product we bought and works great....we did our camper right after we got it and had not washed my camper off since last Oct. and when we did we did not use any soap...just sprayed it wet, used a brush and rinsed off...black streaks and all..I was surprised to say the least...even the bugs on front cap came off very easy compared to before we used the waterless wash and wax....I will be buying more of it to use on all of our police cruisers at work as well...worth the work and money...did the truck and explorer also....
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If you use the sealer on the caps after you wash it, The bugs will wipe off so easy it's amazing.
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Do you think a soft brush with long handle will work or MUST one use the micro-fiber cloth method.
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Do you think a soft brush with long handle will work or MUST one use the micro-fiber cloth method.
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When you put the mixture on you must scrub a little , then you wipe it off with a dry micro cloth. I suppose you could wrap the cloth arOund another dry tool and do it that way.
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