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Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-08-2011, 04:18 PM

I just used this stuff for the first time yesterday and I must say that it is at minimum equally as good if not better than ONR as a rinseless wash and as a quick detailer. I will start to buy this instead because I really enjoy the bubble gum scent.

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Re: Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-08-2011, 05:01 PM

I really enjoy it too. I bought some 32 oz. bottles last year when they were on BOGO, and this summer I still have 1 32 oz. bottle left, but I went ahead and bought a gallon of it lol.
   
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Re: Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-08-2011, 05:10 PM

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I really enjoy it too. I bought some 32 oz. bottles last year when they were on BOGO, and this summer I still have 1 32 oz. bottle left, but I went ahead and bought a gallon of it lol.
I believe I am going to switch to it after the 2 gallons of ONR I have are gone.
   
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Re: Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-08-2011, 05:24 PM

I will admit that I didn't give it much of a chance against ONR for the simple reason that I was convinced that NOTHING could ever equal ONR. I would say that it is, IMO, slightly better (this is hard for me to admit).
   
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Re: Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-08-2011, 05:32 PM

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I will admit that I didn't give it much of a chance against ONR for the simple reason that I was convinced that NOTHING could ever equal ONR. I would say that it is, IMO, slightly better (this is hard for me to admit).
I felt the same way initially, but I felt compelled to share my thoughts after actually using it and getting awesome results.
   
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Re: Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-08-2011, 05:56 PM

Thanks Garry, its post like this that keeps me spending money on new products instead of keeping to my usual arsenal. I guess when my gallon of ONR is up I know what to buy.


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Re: Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-08-2011, 06:07 PM

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Thanks Garry, its post like this that keeps me spending money on new products instead of keeping to my usual arsenal. I guess when my gallon of ONR is up I know what to buy.
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Re: Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-08-2011, 07:11 PM

I've only used ONR but I have a box coming tomorrow with Ultima WW+. Have you tried WW+? How does it compare?

I'll admit that I still have the old formula ONR so I don't know how the new stuff is. I'll probably have to start using these products more with the lack of rain and water restrictions.
   
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Re: Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-08-2011, 07:22 PM

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I've only used ONR but I have a box coming tomorrow with Ultima WW+. Have you tried WW+? How does it compare?

I'll admit that I still have the old formula ONR so I don't know how the new stuff is. I'll probably have to start using these products more with the lack of rain and water restrictions.
I use UWWP all of the time. I have been working with the people over at Premium Finish Care (the people who make Ultima, Sonus, Four Star, and Gel Coat Labs) directly lately. It works well as a rinseless wash as well. The polycharger polymer takes about 45 minutes to cure, but the slickness is rediculous after that.
   
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Re: Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-08-2011, 07:57 PM

I think I'll try DP once my ONR runs out. I bought WW+ because itwas on BOGO and heard good stuff about it. I figured I should give it a try
   
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Re: Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-08-2011, 08:52 PM

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I think I'll try DP once my ONR runs out. I bought WW+ because itwas on BOGO and heard good stuff about it. I figured I should give it a try
UWWP is another product that never disappoints.
   
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Re: Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-09-2011, 10:12 AM

Hi There...

Washing cars in the Winter up here in Ontario is a problem. It can really get cold in January and February, so this sort of product sounds like it would work well.

As anyone used this while it's very cold outside like 0 farenheit?
Do you use cold or warm, or hot water?
   
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Re: Detailers Pro Series Rinseless Wash and Gloss. - 08-09-2011, 10:16 AM

I have the DP Rinseless before the rebranding so not sure how much the formula changed.

Any comments about Detailer's Pride versus the Detailer's Pro or was there no change?

I think the waterless wash had a more dramatic change when Optimum came out with their Opti-clean.



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