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Old 10-27-2013, 06:54 PM
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Ups dropped off my new foam gun today. Filled with PS21 wash and used the Deionized water to wet, wash and rinse.

Am I imagining (I already know I'm nuts when it comes to this car) or does using treated water result in a "wetter" slicker look to the car's finish?

Just beat the rain had to move into the garage.

Oh, and my wife did something really useful while I was screwing around with the car.
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Can't agree more, deionized water is a must... Also, strongly recommend a Master Blaster 4.0+4.0... I use it to dry the entire car... Water just rolls off... I have never touched the body of my car with a towel... Air only...
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Good grief. I thought I already had a ridiculous amount of detailing supplies. Deionized rinse water? You guys are killing me.
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RNL, Can't agree more, deionized water is a must... Also, strongly recommend a Master Blaster 4.0+4.0... I use it to dry the entire car... Water just rolls off... I have never touched the body of my car with a towel... Air only...
I use a Stihl leaf blower and yes, there is no end to the acquisition of wash therapy equipment
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Deionized water? Leaf blowers? I just hire a 100 ton crane, two jeroboams of Dom and dip the car. The grime just bubbles off. And never touching the car? Good love requires a whole lot of contact. And here is real bread my wife made while the car is drying!
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And here is real bread my wife made while the car is drying!

Thumbsup. Looks delicious. Sesame seeds ?
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Deionized water? Leaf blowers? I just hire a 100 ton crane, two jeroboams of Dom and dip the car. The grime just bubbles off. And never touching the car? Good love requires a whole lot of contact. And here is real bread my wife made while the car is drying!
Picture is upside down, i almost flipped my screen at work just to see that bread
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