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Old 08-27-2014, 06:24 PM   #1
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Anyone using "The Solution" waterless carwash?

I posted this some time back and didn't get any feedback, so here goes again.

Our experience in the motorhome world introduced us to a product called, "The Solution - Worlds best waterless carwash & protectant." It is kind of a standard in the motorhome crowd.

It worked great on the motorhome and car. We faithfully use Walbernize on the AS but were wondering if anyone has used "The Solution." I would switch over as it is very easy to use. I tested it on some waterspots from a neighbor's sprinkler and it did the job nicely. I'd just like to hear from someone that has used it on aluminum over time.

Thanks.
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Old 08-27-2014, 06:49 PM   #2
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I can’t give you any input on this Product you mentioned, but i have been using for a while no “Wash-Wax-All” and it is working great for me on Airstreams and my Cars. Google the Name and you find their webpage.
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I don't use that product, but I myself use a similar waterless wash product.

I use Detailers Choice Waterless Wash that I mix myself to keep the truck clean.
DP Waterless Auto Wash Concentrate & Detail Bottle, DP Waterless Wash Spray Bottle Combo

On my truck, I clay bar it twice a year, then polish > sealant > wax. And use the waterless wash to maintain. And touchup with detailers spray.

I plan on using something similar I think on the Airstream. But I dunno if it will be practical full timing.

Being a Corvette owner I'm someone particular about how I detail my vehicles.

I've had really great results with this method though.
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