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Waterless Wash Wax

Has anyone had success with any of the waterless wash/wax products available?

If the cold temperatures ever arrive here in the Northeast, I'd like to try the product, as the hose will be disconnected for the winter.
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I used both Meguiar's Ultimate Wash and Wax Anywhere and Mother's Waterless Wash & Wax. I like the Megs batter, I find it less streaky, cleaned better and leaves behind a nice slippery surface.

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Optimum No Rinse is my go to for waterless washing in the winter. Just make sure you don't try it with salt on the car.
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Optimum No Rinse is my go to for waterless washing in the winter. Just make sure you don't try it with salt on the car.

I go with ONR or Durogloss Rinseless Wash w/Aquawax since I have both. I have read many good things about the new Wolfgang Uber Rinseless Wash.

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I use Optimum No Rinse and Wax (Green formula) with pretty decent results for what it is. Its a pretty versatile product. You can use it as intended to wash a car, a detail spray for a quick touch up especially for windows/mirrors, wheel cleaner, and clay bar lube.

My go to wax is Collinite 845 Wax. My go to detailer wax is Eagle One Nanowax. My go to car wash is Meguiar's wash and wax.

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ONR or Detailers Pride rinseless wash produces the same shine with ONR, but way cheaper.
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