Has anyone had experience with the ONR rinse-less car wash? Seems like an attractive in-door method for those cold winter months.
Yes, I will avoid using ONR if car is real dirty. I have been washing/waxing, and using Meguiar's Fast Finish every 7 to 10 days so the car is generally pretty clean. I bought both the ONR wash and shine and the ONR wash and wax. I will post when I get a chance to use each of these products.ONR is widely used in the detailing community. It does an excellent job. The only time I wouldn't use it is if there's significant amounts of dirt or contamination (i.e. caked on) in those cases I'd try to rinse the dirt off first.
ONR also makes a good quick detailer concentrate and clay lube.
Thank you my friend.....I intend to try it out real soon.@Porsche2018: I use Optimum products almost exclusively, and have since discovering the company when it was tiny back in the early 2000s. I used some ONR on my car just last week about a day after rolling through some mud-flavored runoff mere minutes after having the car washed. The stuff is amazing. As with any cleaning agent, just be sure to use two clean microfibers: one to wipe (lightly) and one to buff. 0