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    Mr. Clean Auto Dry soap Alternatives?

    I have the Mr. Clean Auto Dry and I really like it. It does a MUCH better job at helping me clean my car than the Dance Team did earlier today for a $10 donation. (but it was worth just watching them in their bikini's!!!)

    Anyway, their soap is a little on the spendy side for the ammount that you get. Does anyone know of or have they used a different type of car soap in their Mr. Clean Auto Dry and have it work well?


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    The cool thing about the Mr. Clean unit is it uses a filter to ionize the water for rinsing. It causes the water to sheet off, thus not leaving spots.
    I believe the soap is just a gentle soap, proably Mr. Clean (go figure). Are the bottles refillable? If so, just use some Mr. Clean, possibly diluting it.
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    I know what it does...I have one,
    I need to get soap for it, and was wondering if a person can or has used a different type of soap other than the Mr. Clean Auto dry polymer soap because it's a bit to spendy...
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    Try some simple green and see if it works.
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    maybe I'll just **** in it to see if that works....
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    try some other car soap geesh. Wonder if that one dish soap would work? the spot free shine one.
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    Bowel movement....hee hee
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    Quote Originally Posted by lgbr
    Try some simple green and see if it works.
    Use that on your car first and let us know how much it damages your paint.
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    And again this is why I posed the question in the first place...

    Does anyone know of or have they used a different type of car soap in their Mr. Clean Auto Dry and have it work well?
    BossTone74

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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 just looked and they make a car wash soap.
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