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Old 08-18-2009, 10:01 PM
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Default Yet another review: Mr. Clean Auto Dry

So you've just gotten back from a big long drive to find that your ride is COVERED in dead bugs and dust. In frusturation you wash your car very very thoroughly making sure there is not a single spec of dust. Once finished you pull out your shammy and ring it out over and over only to find that you missed some places and there is water spots everywhere... it's every car enthusiasts worst fear.

Now there IS a solution!

The Mr. Clean Auto Dry.

Me and my dad have been using this system since about early 2007 when he purchased a brand new corvette c6. It was all black, so keeping it clean was a neccessity.

This system is very effective and very fast.

You wash your car without using a single bucket and running back and forth to re-soap your mit. There is a pressurized water nozzle that shoots the water as a hose would. Then you twist the knob on the back, and next thing you know it's blasting soap onto the car. I know...your probably getting ancy "that's it?"

Actually it's not. 1 more twist of the knob, and you have 100% purified tap water. This actually uses water, to dry the water. Weird concept right? This purified water has the ability to gently blow away any particles on the surface which leaves your surface always shiny and water spot free!

I highly reccomend this product to anybody who always has their ride on the back of their mind. Always have used it on my cars, and always will.

You can pick this up at your local o'reilly auto parts, napa, even grocery store for about 20 bucks. Refill filters and soap are available.
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Last edited by 98sst; 08-18-2009 at 10:02 PM. Reason: Spelled "refill" wrong... :)
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