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    you are kidding right?
    For the LOVE OF GOD!! I know they make the AUTO DRY SOAP!!! I have bought it before....I'm looking for an alternative that works well....if nobody has used anything else before...read the post
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    Quote Originally Posted by xBrady
    Use that on your car first and let us know how much it damages your paint.
    I do use it. I started using it after I realized my boss uses it to wash his cars. That's a black M3, a black 4Runner, and a black Lamborghini. Their paint is perfect.
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    It's not how you wash it, it's how you WAX it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bosstone74
    you are kidding right?
    For the LOVE OF GOD!! I know they make the AUTO DRY SOAP!!! I have bought it before....I'm looking for an alternative that works well....if nobody has used anything else before...read the post
    Quit being a tool, man.
    You've been offered several suggestions now. Why don't you try one of them and see if they work rather than getting ****ed off at the rest of the world?

    Better yet, why don't you contact P&G for an answer. They make the damn thing.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Yeah, I think if many people had tried alternatives someone would have said "this is what I tried and this is how it works"... since probably not many people had the same doubt, no one has a real experience but ppl are giving you suggestions, so either take them or leave them but lower your head big boy....
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    Odd, I had a Mr Clean Auto dry and it was a real piece. It worked for about 15 minutes and then started to spurt everywhere and leak all over the place, and then the fiter crumbled and shot all over my car. I spent 3 hours picking all the pieces off my Jeep. A real piece of **** for me. I returned it and proceded to wash it by hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bosstone74
    you are kidding right?
    For the LOVE OF GOD!! I know they make the AUTO DRY SOAP!!! I have bought it before....I'm looking for an alternative that works well....if nobody has used anything else before...read the post
    I think what he means to say is that Simple Green has a soap for car washing, and that it's worth looking at.
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    Mr. Clean isn't fit for my toilets, let alone my car.

    Nothing but Meguires touches my lil' miss sexy, and I can say it is one ******* hell of pain in the ***, but at the end of the literally day.... it is ******* buetifull!

    First Meguires paint cleaner (though I started using this Gold Class or whatever soap (from meguires) just because it comes in bulk sizes), then the polish, and then the wax. The key is to keep the car soaked throughout, you gotta keep going back, otherwise you get ****ty sun spots all over where the water dried. Yea.

    I actually called in sick tonight so I could finish waxing =P

    And I bought a buffer today too but wasn't too impressed, as someone said, you can't beat a hand job.

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