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Old 05-13-2004, 02:44 PM   #21
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Dawn on Its own when you want the wax stripped off.....

ohh and when you go to get your chamois, go for this one....YOU WILL LOVE IT
nothing beats it!


Kewl.. thanx.. will look for it.. hopefully Crappy Tire or Wally World will have it.
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Wally world definately has it....along with most stores now
about $8.95

That thing sucks up gallons!
plus its always wet and ready to go...and you can machine wash it
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K.. now I have to go to Wally World after work to look for it.. * Cross fingers that has them *.. and to confirm Dawn blue stuff like the dish cleaner.. whats the mixture you use to water? Just skip washin car with car wash soap and use dawn as replacement ??
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Dawn wash, then car wash, then wax.....
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Wally world definately has it....along with most stores now
about $8.95

That thing sucks up gallons!
plus its always wet and ready to go...and you can machine wash it
Just picked it up.. $20 Canadian..

Mos.. thanx.. Wally World didn't have Dawn.. stupid
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Just about any dish liquid will work. You did look in the kitchen/cleaning area right???
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Just about any dish liquid will work. You did look in the kitchen/cleaning area right???


Yes I did.. I even had my friend who worked in Wally World look for it.. hahahahaha.. sad part is she didn't know what it was..
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why am i not surprised...wally world is too big for its own good. I was told that the meguiars that works the best is the deep crystal 3step system (I think its called deep crystal).
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All this talk about detailing...makes me want to get the wax done...hopefully its nice this weekend!
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Any dish soap should work, i think it'* all the degreasers in them.

The absorber is great, water blades are cool, but we have too many ridges for that to be your only means of drying.
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