Originally Posted by PaulMys
Hey, thanks a lot guys for all the good advice on this.
Megs 62 is a good clean rinsing shampoo. I never got around to using it, but it gets great reviews.
What I have used with great success is Optimum Car Wash, which smells great and cleans great. It is mild on the car's wax or sealant but leaves an incredible gloss. The Adam's Shampoo is comparable though, I don't like it as well but that could be a personal preference where I like the smell and suds of the Optimum Wash.
The duragloss product gets very good reviews as well. If they had it locally I would have bought it by now.
Lastly, I do have and currently use Chemical Guys Citrus Wash and Gloss. It is a 1oz per 4 gallon of water dilution so it lasts a long time. It is very effective at stripping waxes at well when used at a 1 oz per gallon ratio. I use it mixed very strong in a spray bottle to presoak my wheels and tires [the wheels have opticoat on them and can't be stripped with chemicals]. At $22 a gallon and 1oz per wash that's 128 washes, which seems like a ton, but I use it often on a few vehicles and I use it at higher dilutions when stripping the paint or making a prewash solution.