How to safely remove dust - Waterless wash Video

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  1. Wills.WindowsAndWheelsAz

    Wills.WindowsAndWheelsAz Hellcat Member Hellcat Supporting Vendor

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    Someone recently posted a question about removing dust from their car so i figured I'd share a video i did not too long ago regarding our Waterless Wash technique.

    Note that the materials you choose for this process is very important - and being gentle while using good technique is also equally important. Do those two things and you'll have great results in a short period of time.

    The video link can be viewed here:

    I purchase my towels and products from Corey at www.Carpro-Us.com
    The towel used is a Crazy Pile Microfiber Madness towel. Detail spray is Ultima Waterless Wash +
    Bam...thats pretty much all you need.

    If you want to clean rims or door jambs i suggest a separate set of towels since those are dirtier areas to have to clean and you do NOT want to use the same towels on your paint as you do on your rims.

    Hope this helps!
     
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    Shadow Silver Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member

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    Thanks for the video and tips. My C-Quartz guy gave me one of the Crazy Pile Towels, and I've been wondering where to get more. I just placed my order with Carpro for several of them. I assume it's safe to use the Ultima Waterless wash on a C-Quartz'ed car?
    Thanks again for the source info!
     
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    I've used it without any problem. But I only use it when I've very light light light dust.
     
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    No problem at all in posting the video. I'm glad it helped. The Crazy Pile towel is pretty awesome right lol?

    Yes, the Ultima Waterless Wash (UWW) is completely safe to use on Finest. I use it on my car quite often - and of course it too is coated in Finest. Its good for removing light dust as mentioned in the video - it is also good for touching up spots and streaks after doing a traditional wash.

    It has to "wax" type build up so it doesn't hinder your coatings self-cleaning properties.

    Enjoy those towels man!

    Sounds like you're using it 100% correctly. If you got caught in a rain/slush storm and have all kinds of crap on your car - do a traditional wash. If its light dust...then UWW is a great time saver. I love the B5 by the way - haven't had the pleasure of working on a Hellcat that color yet, but did get to work on a Sema Charger that was the B5...looks beautiful in person :cool:
     
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