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Old 03-10-2012, 03:30 PM
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Mix rainx and water and spray onto the entire vehicle then rinse. Do I need to dry the vehicle still or what should I do? Thanks!
 
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Old 03-10-2012, 05:25 PM
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I would especially if you're using hard water, it will still leave water marks, rainx has stuff for the whole car?

I just use their window cleaner stuff and that you have to wipe off
 
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I was wondering the same thing never knew the had a product for the whole car.
 
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Old 03-10-2012, 07:59 PM
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ThisCLICK HERERain-X Fast Wax

Fast Wax Liquid Formula
Apply to either WET or DRY surfaces to wet and dry at the same time!

Rain-X Fast Wax is a premium wax that forms a protective barrier between your car's paint and damaging elements such as rain, sleet, snow, mud, tar or road grime. The spray-on Fast Wax formula is easier to use than conventional wax. Rain-X Fast Wax is safe for clearcoat and all automotive paint finishes.
For clearcoat and all automotive paint finishes
Prolongs protection and shine between washes and waxings
Eliminates the hassle and mess of paste wax





 
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Old 03-10-2012, 08:05 PM
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I wouldn't use it, wax your car the right way and you'll have better results!
 
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Originally Posted by trewyn15 View Post
I wouldn't use it, wax your car the right way and you'll have better results!
my thoughts exactlly
 
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Old 03-11-2012, 09:10 PM
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Its fine for in between waxing. Although I wouldn't recommend that one though.. Its just like a spray wax. i.e.. ill take Meguiars for example.. they have Ultimate quick detailer as well as Ultimate quick wax.. It just gives a little boost to the protection and keeps the original wax last longer as well as amp up gloss some.
 
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Originally Posted by jaws2008 View Post
Its fine for in between waxing. Although I wouldn't recommend that one though.. Its just like a spray wax. i.e.. ill take Meguiars for example.. they have Ultimate quick detailer as well as Ultimate quick wax.. It just gives a little boost to the protection and keeps the original wax last longer as well as amp up gloss some.
I use the Ultimate wax. I like the fact that it is synthetic, so it doesnt leave white marks on trim. It is also crazy water repellant.
 
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Old 03-13-2012, 04:51 AM
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Do yourself a favor and USE LUCAS OIL SLICK MIST!!!!

There's a thread around here that had someone recommend Slick Mist. It's a detailer, which basically tells me that it's like a spray wax to use between you're actual waxing. I usually wax twice a year, so i took a chance and picked it up hoping that it helps the shine last and keep the paint feeling smooth. It works AMAZINGLY and from now on, i only get stuff that people on here recommend.


...not to mention it smells like bubblegum
 
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Old 03-13-2012, 08:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Jester_20 View Post
Do yourself a favor and USE LUCAS OIL SLICK MIST!!!!

There's a thread around here that had someone recommend Slick Mist. It's a detailer, which basically tells me that it's like a spray wax to use between you're actual waxing. I usually wax twice a year, so i took a chance and picked it up hoping that it helps the shine last and keep the paint feeling smooth. It works AMAZINGLY and from now on, i only get stuff that people on here recommend.


...not to mention it smells like bubblegum
You should just wax with softened water!

Do it cuz I recommended it!

On a serious note, I haven't tried the lucas oil products really at all, I'll have to check that one out!
 

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