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    Default Mr Clean, Auto Dry

    Today i bought a mr clean auto dry. It seriously works amazing, i dident touch my car with a towel and it looks like a just waxed it! only costed 30 bucks! very good investment, any questions or comments let me know!

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    Got any before/after pics by chance? Or at least something of the finished product?

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    Ya ill try to get some soon

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    and where can you purchas this mr. clean auto dry?

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    canadian tire, is your car black

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    no its silver

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    yeah i got one today at walmart for 28 bucks/......i have 2 black cars....i washed them this afternoon...sware it looks like i just had them detailed....best hand wash ive ever had


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    Originally posted by SIRCANADA
    ....best hand wash ive ever had
    HHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

    I bet it was the best, I'll have to try for myself

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    I tired mine today. Some small things they left out is that for hard on stains and dirt you need a sponge or wash mit. Mine was able to dry by its self in some areas and not in others, going to have to give it another run I guess
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    You forsure need to use a mit or something to scrub after u soap it, thats just a given, its no the drying part thats amazing, i used it on my red integra and my silver mdx and they both looked like i just waxed em

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    Where is the cheapest place to get this?

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    ^^^^never mind, just piked one up. will post results soon.

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    yea..the stuff is great, I've used it 3 or 4 times now. The only catch, is that you have to get filter and soap refills.

    The starter kit cost about $27 at walmart.
    It comes with a small soap bottle and a filter which are good for about 3 -5 washes. The filters then cost about $8 and according to Mr. clean people are good for 10-15 washes. A big bottle of soap is about $7
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    Just curious here .. do you just grab the garden hose, fill up a bucket with the wash soap the ygive you .. and scrub away with a sponge?

    then after your done rinse it off quickly set it to a nozzle setting andthe mr .clean takes all the water off?

    i've just seen the commercials and it shows the water jetting off the car ... i supposed a terry cloth towel after to get rid of the couple drops after is needed?
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    good question, heres how its done, u connect ur garden hose, put in the filter, and fill it with the special soap, u then put it on rince and u spray down ur car, then u putit on soap, and u spray the soap on and u can all scrub it if u wish too, then put it on rince again removing all the soap. once the car is soup free, put it on spot free rince, and mist ur car, covering the whole thing, then put in the shade to dry. come back in a lil while, and it looks like u just waxed it!

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    And the results to towel dry right after to get the last of it .. same deal or?
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    no no just let it sit in the shade, thats all, no drying at all

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    wtf! i need to give this stuff a try!
    Machining, Fabricating, Welding etc.

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    k...so I've used the Mr Clean wash about 5 times or so. Does anyone else have a sort of white powder left over on their car? You can't see it when you look at it, but if you take your hand and gentaly wipe the car, you can see what I'm talking about (hopfully)

    Also, I find my car feels VERY coarse in some areas. (Almost like sandpaper) Anyone else feel that? Or is that just a sign of the car requiring wax?
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    Default mr. clean auto dry

    Has anyone tried the mr clean auto dry for their cars?
    I was thinking of buying it but I want to know if it's good or not from you guys.
    Thanks.
    whomp! there it is

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