Easy number to find, what did he/she/recording say? The next person/recording
may say something very different, so share your wealth of knowledge gleaned from
Their reply to me was that it hadn't been tested for that so they don't
recommend it, understandable and a safe answer. They do make a soap that can be
used under the Mr. Clean label. Again the makeup of the 2 can't be compared as
easily as the results can. Dawn is fine.
What did you say your Corvette was? Just a question you should be able to answer
with some fact and no hearsay.
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And that soap
is completely different than Dawn. It has a sheeting agent in it. And
actually leaves a narly
film on your car. I use the Mr. Clean thingie just for the Deionizing
filter in it. Not with the crappy soap.
Andy, I may agree more than less on your method of washing a car but
resorting to cheap shots calling someone "cheap" because they don't
agree with you is immature. You can do better than that.
And to be honest, I do NOT know Dad but my first impression is that he
is not doing this because he's cheap. I think he really believes in
what he says. Even if I don't totally agree with Dad (or you for that
matter), nothing wrong in doing what you believe in especially if it
works for you, right?
Maybe just agree to disagree and remain newsgroup friends and move on
to the next topic????
On Thu, 14 Dec 2006 06:27:08 -0600, No Vette Yet wrote:
I think from his postings that he doen't feel the need to buy a car
wash product because he thinks Dawn is the same thing. Which of
course it's not. So he'd rather save a few pennies.
It would be interesting to see the photographs of the car washed for
years with Dawn that was as good as new.
You don't have to "dry" your car if you sheet the water off and use a blower,
then just dab up the seam trickles. You guy's are making far to much work out of
this. By the way I have one stall in my garage to do just wash and paint jobs.
Other than with pure cotton diapers I never touch the finish on my cars after
Yeah Ric, I try to wash them out first or at least shake out any large deposits.
most times I sheet wash the car, the water slides off like big pools of
that's after I hit it with a high pressure water nozzle to remove the
dust and the occasional bird dropping.
I wax the car once a month with the spray on wash liquid that you need
to work up to a lather with using a sponge and it leaves a good shine
on the car after I sheet dry it...
Sometimes to dry I use that super absorbent rubbery chamois cloth
(forget its name)
It (the cloth) gets hard as a board when it's dry...
what blower do you use ? leaf blower ? or blow dryer ? ??
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