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Optimum No Rinse Wash & Shine $12.13 - (32 oz.) Amazon

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Lowest price for 32oz. according to camel camel camel ($12.13).
This stuff is great to clean all but the dirtiest of cars. Especially good for those that live in apartment complexes and don't have access to water hoses.



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Created 12-05-2017 at 11:16 AM by ELcheapo1
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edit: there it is...Thanks!
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Oh nice! I'm sure the hardcore car wash crowd will come in to chastise everyone soon, but for my needs I love this stuff. I have a car parked that isn't getting driven while I work on it. This stuff is perfect to wash it down and keep the dust off, etc. I use it on my beater/daily driver too and don't even bother to use two buckets.. just wash it down with the same water (although one of those grit guards in the bucket helps) and have never had scratches or problems.
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Oh nice! I'm sure the hardcore car wash crowd will come in to chastise everyone soon, but for my needs I love this stuff. I have a car parked that isn't getting driven while I work on it. This stuff is perfect to wash it down and keep the dust off, etc. I use it on my beater/daily driver too and don't even bother to use two buckets.. just wash it down with the same water (although one of those grit guards in the bucket helps) and have never had scratches or problems.
I use 8 small MF wash clothes in a very little bit of solution, and fold the wash clothes so there are eight clean sides. I wash an entire car panel with one washcloth, then set aside, so as not to contaminate the solution. It's more economical and safer for ur car this way!
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Nerd math:
The cap = 1 table spoon, which is good for 1 gallon of water

The instructions suggest 2 gallons of water + 1 ounce ONR per wash. 1 ounce = 2 table spoons. So 2 caps per 2 gallons for one wash.

32 oz in this bottle = 32 washes.

You can also do just 1 gallon water / 1 cap full if the car is just dusty and not dirty.

I recommend this cheap $7 pump sprayer @ Home Depot for detail, spot, and interior work knocking down the dust in the interior, windows, etc.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RL-Fl.../100164531

ONR is also AMAZING at cleaning home windows/shower glass etc.
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And OP, edit title with price and seller plz.
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And OP, edit title with price and seller plz.

Done, thanks!
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Good price on this. I've been using it for years and have recently switched to their wash and wax version.

You can also ONR as a quick detailing spray and a clay lube (details in link below). Many people use it as a clay lube, but I hear mixed results as a quick detailer.

http://www.detailedimage.com/Ask-...ail-spray/
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Oh nice! I'm sure the hardcore car wash crowd will come in to chastise everyone soon, but for my needs I love this stuff. I have a car parked that isn't getting driven while I work on it. This stuff is perfect to wash it down and keep the dust off, etc. I use it on my beater/daily driver too and don't even bother to use two buckets.. just wash it down with the same water (although one of those grit guards in the bucket helps) and have never had scratches or problems.
I don't think the hardcore car wash people have anything against ONR.. at least when it's not claimed to replaced a good wash. They are two different things. You mention several great uses for ONR.

I use it mainly in a spray bottle to mist the whole vehicle after a wash. Helps with the drying process.

I bought a 32 ounce bottle and then a gallon of ONR. Don' think I'll ever go through it all.
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