Sorry for making an off-topic post, but there's so much hands-on know-
how in this group, I know somebody here has had to find the right
Is there a good car-wash product that can be used to wash a car, but
still leave the wax on?
I'm waxing a newly compounded car and would like the wax to last.
Does washing the car with regular dish detergent remove wax?
I browsed through an auto parts store, but surprisingly, it was no
No, not a shamwow, a micro fiber towel. You find them at Sam's Club at
about $12 for 25 towels. Typically 2 or 3 towels will completely dry my
Tundra with out having to wring them out
I am a big fan of the turtle wax car wash. It has a wax component to
it that really makes for a great shine. I always wipe the vehicle
down with a synthetic cloth I bought for about $10 at Wal Mart. I get
lots of compliments...
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