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Old 10-13-2009, 11:07 PM
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Anyone try this polish yet??

http://www.fw1shine.com/ They say it is waterless and works well. A little on the pricey side but they do claim 1 can will do 3 cars.

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Nonsense, absolute nonsense, wax your car without washing it...gimme a break

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Waterless products are great for show cars. A friend of mine uses some of the waterless products, but- his car is garaged, nice weather driver only, and gets a California Duster wipe down before he uses the waterless product. All this stuff does is eliminate the use of water for washing and rinsing. If a car was pretty dirty, I wouldn't consider using the w.l. cleaner. On the other hand, Windex, some glass cleaners, some commercial cleaners will do the same job, you're just looking for something that doesn't streak when you wipe it down. Motorcycles would be a good application. I use Windex on my motorcycle, it's cheap, like me.... it doesn't leave the phony wax finish. Like Vince says, rubbish for most uses.
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My thoughts were rubbing the dirt into the finish didn't sound all that appealing to me. That is why I asked, they won't be selling any of it to me.
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