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[carzilla.ca] Wolfgang Uber Rinseless Wash 16oz $36.00 Cdn shipped to me

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Wolfgang Uber Rinseless Wash 16oz $36.00 Cdn shipped to me

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This is a concentration makes gallons of quick detailer. Haven't used it myself yet but at least the vids look promising, pretty inexpensive if it works as advertised. Not a sale persay but like I said if pans out as a good product it is a steal. Over $40 from amazon.com ($19 us= $40>shipped-can funds), $99 though was once $84 amazon.ca.

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How does this compare to optimum ONR?
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ahhchoo wrote:
Jul 8th, 2019 9:32 pm
How does this compare to optimum ONR?
Watch the second video.
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I use this setup for the last yr. Leaves a much glossier looks and better anti static properties as compared to ONR. When Wolfgang is used as a detail spray, you get a nice glossy warm finish with great squeaky clean paint. I think ONR cleans better. I have light colored cars, so I can't speak to dark colors.
You won't be disappointed by Wolfgang at the mix levels.
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They make some good stuff! Boutique for sure but worth every penny if you ask me. Another source is Autogeek.net

Lots of sale there and they do ship to Canada. Reasonable rates but even better if you have a box in the states. 5.95 to states vs 44 bucks to canada. It's only worth it if you put in a big order to ship up here.

I have not tried this one yet but will put that on my list to try once I use up my current senseless wash.
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So, this is a detailer, for a clean car, not technically a wash? I have watched a few different videos from other sources as well and they have said it is used as a detailer for a clean car, to remove minor dust, finger prints, etc.
Still seems like a great deal for a quick shine before heading out for a cruise!
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jackass_ca wrote:
Jul 9th, 2019 2:06 am
So, this is a detailer, for a clean car, not technically a wash? I have watched a few different videos from other sources as well and they have said it is used as a detailer for a clean car, to remove minor dust, finger prints, etc.
Still seems like a great deal for a quick shine before heading out for a cruise!
You can use it for both, based on dilution ratio.
I have used for cleaning the car (just like ONR), and as a quick detailer - works well for both. Visit the website for dilution ratios.
I have this pre mixed for use at any time in 1 gallon jugs.

from their site: https://www.wolfgangcarcare.com/wolfgan ... -wash.html

Add 1/3 ounce to an empty 16 ounce bottle and fill it up with water to create a waterless wash. This application works especially well to pre-treat each panel before washing it using the rinseless wash method.

Add ½ ounce to wash water made with your favorite car wash soap. Uber Rinseless Wash contains water softeners that improve the quality of the water, helping eliminate water spots. Super slippery German polymers increase the lubricity of your wash solution, reducing friction to prevent swirl marks and spider web scratches.

Add 1 ounce of Uber Rinseless Wash to a gallon of filtered or tap water to create a super slick clay bar lubricant that costs a fraction of what a dedicated clay bar lubricant does.

Add 3 ounces of Uber Rinseless Wash to a gallon of filtered or tap water to create a gloss-intensive detail spray.
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Nice, I am on my last spray bottle of ONR,I'll try this.

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ahhchoo wrote:
Jul 8th, 2019 9:32 pm
How does this compare to optimum ONR?
It is slicker and it dilutes better than Onr but even on sale it is more than double the cost.
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Jul 9th, 2019 1:06 pm
You can use it for both, based on dilution ratio.
I have used for cleaning the car (just like ONR), and as a quick detailer - works well for both. Visit the website for dilution ratios.
I have this pre mixed for use at any time in 1 gallon jugs.

from their site: https://www.wolfgangcarcare.com/wolfgan ... -wash.html

Add 1/3 ounce to an empty 16 ounce bottle and fill it up with water to create a waterless wash. This application works especially well to pre-treat each panel before washing it using the rinseless wash method.

Add ½ ounce to wash water made with your favorite car wash soap. Uber Rinseless Wash contains water softeners that improve the quality of the water, helping eliminate water spots. Super slippery German polymers increase the lubricity of your wash solution, reducing friction to prevent swirl marks and spider web scratches.

Add 1 ounce of Uber Rinseless Wash to a gallon of filtered or tap water to create a super slick clay bar lubricant that costs a fraction of what a dedicated clay bar lubricant does.

Add 3 ounces of Uber Rinseless Wash to a gallon of filtered or tap water to create a gloss-intensive detail spray.
OK, I see all of that, for the detailing spray, on the one video showed an ounce in a gallon jug, but their site says 3 ounces? I am looking mostly for quick detailing for cars and the motorcycle.
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jackass_ca wrote:
Jul 9th, 2019 9:17 pm
OK, I see all of that, for the detailing spray, on the one video showed an ounce in a gallon jug, but their site says 3 ounces? I am looking mostly for quick detailing for cars and the motorcycle.
The dilution ratio to use it as a quick detailer is 3 oz product to 1 gal water. There's 128 oz to a gallon, so the dilution ratio can also be expressed as 3:128

Scott puts 3oz (1/3 cup) into 1 gallon. Nothing special going on there, just following the instructions.

Pan puts 0.75 oz into a 32 oz spray bottle. That's just adjusting the dilution ratio for a smaller container. In case you don't feel like mixing up an entire gallon. You just use cross multiplication. This works for any size bottle.

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I use a similar concentrate. It's a pretty good value when you make quick detailer with it.
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derass wrote:
Jul 10th, 2019 12:31 am
The dilution ratio to use it as a quick detailer is 3 oz product to 1 gal water. There's 128 oz to a gallon, so the dilution ratio can also be expressed as 3:128

Scott puts 3oz (1/3 cup) into 1 gallon. Nothing special going on there, just following the instructions.

Pan puts 0.75 oz into a 32 oz spray bottle. That's just adjusting the dilution ratio for a smaller container. In case you don't feel like mixing up an entire gallon. You just use cross multiplication. This works for any size bottle.

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I use a similar concentrate. It's a pretty good value when you make quick detailer with it.
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I'm a diehard fan of ONR but just purchased the Wolfgang Uber Rinseless Wash recently because of the great reviews. Haven't tried it yet so can't comment on my own experience with it.
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Thanks OP. Been using this for the last few years and prefer it over ONR, and just ran out yesterday :)
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I am still using ONR (which I love)....sounds like this one might be better though?

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