Mr. Clean Auto Dry Car Wash

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Mr. Clean Auto Dry Car Wash

Post by BlueR/T » Sat Sep 01, 2007 12:53 am

this thing is awesome, it takes the pain out of washing your car, it works exactly like it says on the box, every one should get one

all you do it spray your car down, set it to soap mode, walk around with a auto wash-cloth scrubbing your car, rinse the soap off, then go over your car with the ionised water, after than just sit on your ass and watch your car dry



Cost: $14.95 at walmart



*i'll post pics of my freshly washed car tomorrow*

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Post by Tyler » Sat Sep 01, 2007 8:54 am

I always wanted to know if it was as good as advertised.
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Post by Lackof » Sat Sep 01, 2007 10:02 pm

I feel more safe using my shammy (sp?).
Always carry one with me, and have another at my house.
Gotta get her dried off on those early dewed up mornings if it happens to be sitting outside that is.

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Post by I8yourVtec » Sat Sep 01, 2007 10:54 pm

my dad has one, uses it on his Black concorde, um..water spots like whoa. Im kinda sketchy on it. I have to dry my car off everytime it gets wet. This thing seems unnatural to me
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Post by BlueR/T » Sun Sep 02, 2007 2:54 am

I8yourVtec wrote:my dad has one, uses it on his Black concorde, um..water spots like whoa. Im kinda sketchy on it. I have to dry my car off everytime it gets wet. This thing seems unnatural to me
the main key is to FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS, if you don't do it properly then you will still have spots

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Post by I8yourVtec » Sun Sep 02, 2007 9:40 pm

BlueR/T wrote:
I8yourVtec wrote:my dad has one, uses it on his Black concorde, um..water spots like whoa. Im kinda sketchy on it. I have to dry my car off everytime it gets wet. This thing seems unnatural to me
the main key is to FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS, if you don't do it properly then you will still have spots
He did, and still got spots, not many but he did. I guess the VA water just sucks

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