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I have used this once a long time ago with ok results.
I have tested a spot and it removes :evil: water-spots :evil:
Someone said this is a pyramid thingy.
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I tried one of these " revolutionary " products back in 1998. The problem with it was 3 fold. A) You need about a pick-up truckful of clean soft rags. As the fabric gets soaked up in that solution pretty quickly. B) A thick coat of dust is about as much as it will handle. If you were trying to remove something like dry mud, forget it. C) Any which way I tried it, I still ended up with smudges on the exterior easily seen from the distance. So all in all the verdict would be - B.S.
 

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the pictures i posted were done with dri-wash's new ion formula..i have been using their products for years with great results i think. it certainly takes a **** of a lot less time than zaino. i have my zaino order but have not had the time yet to do a comparison; i am curious to see the difference. zaino might give a little better shine (we'll see) but it will take about 10 X's as long. i'll post a before pic (with dri-wash) and after with zaino when i get around to it.
 

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Well, I tried it anyway tonight. (washed on sunday)


1. It really only took off some of the top water-spots and some of the road-grime dirt that did not come off with a hand wash.

2. It left behind a fine dust and Zanio does not.

3. I spent more than an hour doing the whole car.

4. The whole buffing thing, and than buffing some more. Oh missed a spot, re-spray and buff.....

5. In the end would not use again but hey my car is polished on a Monday night. :D
 

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