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Old 05-06-2018, 10:27 PM   #1
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Recommends for holiday road trip please

Going remote self catering soon and being a) a little bit obsessive about clean and b) keen to perhaps get some decent pics, I've been looking deeper into the waterless and rinseless options.
I reckon I can get a bucket, a stash of cloths and a bottle of something packed without my mrs rolling her eyes too much but I really can't decide the way to go.

What are peoples thoughts (all opinions welcome but similar experience in particular would be good) as to rinseless vs waterless, adams, carpro, opt, CG etc etc?
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Old 05-06-2018, 10:34 PM   #2
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Prep your car before hand and just enjoy your trip, maybe keep something for bird bombs but that's about it I would say

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Old 05-06-2018, 11:23 PM   #3
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That's the thing, I enjoy the cleaning and having/being in a clean car. 2 weeks away and many hundreds of miles, I'd like something I can use standalone to keep it nice.
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ONR and collapsible camping bucket
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Old 06-06-2018, 06:50 AM   #5
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Then as above onr will be your friend but you will need quite a few microfibers, maybe try and make use of service station jet washes and use your own bucket, mitt etc

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ONR and if you can take a small pressure or hand sprayer, spritz the ONR solution on, allow to dwell and wipe away with a well soaked (in ONR solution) MF.

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So ONR the only horse in the race then?
Not worth looking at the others?
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I only have experience with ONR. I was sceptical before I got it but am very happy with the results. Use the search tool as there are loads of threads.

As for the others, I am sure they are OK but as I said, no personal experience but again, use that search button and decide for yourself.
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I’ve use Adams rinse less wash , was very similar to onr. Onr is better value .


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So ONR the only horse in the race then?
Not worth looking at the others?
I wouldn't suggest 'not worth looking at the others' but to do the job you are after I would say, if you get ONR there's no need to look at others.

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