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Old 30-10-2016, 06:56 AM   #11
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Onr with the 2bm meaning you have onr in one bucket and rinse water in the other.

Chongo..I dont know what your ego wants to hear but I NEVER said rinseless washes DONT damage paint...and no one else said it either. I does...but so does your beloved shampoos or else you woudnt have to polish your cars every now and then and your paint would be perfect from day 1 to the day you sell it so clearly you are doing something wrong.
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Old 30-10-2016, 07:30 AM   #12
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Onr with the 2bm meaning you have onr in one bucket and rinse water in the other.

Chongo..I dont know what your ego wants to hear but I NEVER said rinseless washes DONT damage paint...and no one else said it either. I does...but so does your beloved shampoos or else you woudnt have to polish your cars every now and then and your paint would be perfect from day 1 to the day you sell it so clearly you are doing something wrong.
A&J you are digging your own grave mate theses are cars I look after and are used on a daily basis and are NOT my cars so remember again, stop saying things you haven't got a clue about I really am hitting a sore point with you, so I will say one thing, I could carry on with this but am not that old stubborn person I was. So friend let's just leave it like that

Oh A&J, I do have an ego, but a controlled one
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I never gave false claims about rinseless washes...Thats what bohers me about what you say because I get the feeling you think I did. I know their limits and the fact they can damage the paintwork if you use it like an idiot. Same goes for every other way of washing.

Ive always said to use what you like and what you trust in, and I still stand by that
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Old 02-11-2016, 11:09 AM   #14
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Wow, that got messed up.

I'm looking forward to seeing this progress it'll be interesting to see.
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Looking forward to how this pans out.

Personally applying an LSP makes sense to me as that is how most of us protect our cars - a typical visitor of DW is likely to have some form of protection on their car regardless of their wash method.
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Looking forward to how this pans out.

Personally applying an LSP makes sense to me as that is how most of us protect our cars - a typical visitor of DW is likely to have some form of protection on their car regardless of their wash method.
Not always true
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I can tell you from now you won't see any swirls with your regimen.
Maybe some very light marring, but that will be it.
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I can tell you from now you won't see any swirls with your regimen.
Maybe some very light marring, but that will be it.
So I take it you mean A&J regimen and light marring is ok
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I said "maybe" and the same maybe applies to any wash type, even if you use hundreds of liters of water and the best shampoo.
Don't get too hung up on light marring, it will appear even with the best products and techniques. By light marring I mean those scratches you really really have to look for with a very targeted light.
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Not always true
I agree, hence why I say typical visitor!
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