Originally Posted by ITSNO60
I've been using Griots Garage waterless wash on the motorhome but it is fairly expensive, and can only be used for light dirt, nothing like heavy deposits from driving in the rain etc. First I dust with California Duster then apply the Griot's generously then wipe off in one direction with clean microfiber cloths. The stuff No Noise linked looks interesting and I may give it a try when available. I could be wrong but I didn't think any of them work on heavy, rained on dirt. The Griot's implies it is mainly for a clean vehicle that may have got some dust on it on the way to the car show
You are correct, none of the waterless systems recommend washing with grit and dirt. If you read through the FAQ on the Aero Wax website it specifically recommends against cleaning with dirt and grime. Always rinse first, I guess it is not for everyone, but it is a pretty good product in my opinion.
Best of luck to everyone searching for a new way to make life easier. Please share any ideas with the rest so we may learn from you.
Time for a Margarita!