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Old 06-10-2004, 12:35 AM   #11
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I USE TO USE EAGLE ONE ALL THE TIME AND NOW I FOUND A PRODUCT ON THE INTERNET CALLED FINAL DETAIL MUCH BETTER THAN EAGLE ONE.
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I saw the Eagle One Wax as you Dry today... and I was going to pick it up.
But then I saw the RainX Wash & Wax.... and I grabbed that instead... I figure I'll test it out for all you guys

It has pretty wax balls inside of it ... lol ...
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I used Wax as you Dry on my Bonneville and I use it on my Aurora...its GREAT!

I swear by the stuff
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I use that Wax-as-u-dry 80% of the time.. and honestly .. its ball-park of what regular wax does..and it only takes like 30 seconds.. so honestly.... why not just use it?
not sure what you mean by using it 80% of the time and it does the same as wax.........wax is a protectant........some lasting longer than others......if you get a good one it could last 6 monthes........if u wax as you dry 4 times a week, whats the benefits?

not sure if wax as you dry even has any "protective" properties...........i know a lot of quick details sprays are just for the appearance of "freshly waxed", not the durability of a TRUE WAX
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I think what BonnieAlien mean by saying 80% means the other 20% he uses normal elbow grease wax and buff it in instead of the wax-as you- dry ones.. from what I gather.. they're alright for those quickie jobs when you don't want to spend the whole day washing, waxing your car ( I know I did once.. and even a quickie job takes @ least 2 hours )
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I also use Meguires Detailer between waxing and it really does wonders! I don't have to wash my car as often and every piece of dirt comes off with ease! The best part is it does not smear or leave any film!
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I love the way wax as u dry looks on my car. I've been using it since the day I bought the car. I try to use it at least once a month. heres a pic i took today after using it.

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I used Eagle One Wax-as-U-Dry tonight and wow, it worked wonders...I'm going to see how it looks tomorrow morning or in sunlight see if it left any marks..but as I'm thinking...wow, it did a terrific job!
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I may have to pick some of that stuff up for those "in between" washes....
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