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ADAM'S RINSELESS CAR WASH

  • Wash Anywhere, Anytime, Without a Hose
  • High Tech Polymers Prevent Scratching and Swirl Marks
  • Highly Concentrated Formula 
  • Dilute Into A Spray Bottle To Make Waterless Wash

 

Sometimes washing your vehicles isn't easy. Weather, water restriction, or access to a hose can make keeping your ride clean almost impossible. Other times you just don't want to have to drag out a hose and go through an entire wash process. Luckily Adam's Rinseless Car Wash is a solution thats easy to use, safe, and can be used virtually anywhere at anytime!

 

Advanced lubricating polymers and emulsifiers allow Adam's Rinseless Car Wash to safely and effectively remove dirt, grime, and dust from your vehicle with nothing more than a bucket of clean water. The formula lifts contamination away from your delicate paint and encapsulates it allowing it to be wiped away without risk of scratches or swirls. Thanks to the highly concentrated formula just 2 ounces of Adam's Rinseless Wash, a couple quality microfiber towels, and 5 gallons of water is all you'll need to clean your entire car from top to bottom! 

 

Because there is no running water, hose, or need to rinse away soaps you can clean your car anywhere at anytime! Those cold winters in parts of the US make using a hose and bucket in your driveway not only uncomfortable, but dangerous. Use Adam's Rinseless Car Wash to clean your entire car in the comfort of your garage and never worry about a mess. Live in an apartment complex where a hose isn't easy to access? Just fill a 5 gallon bucket with water and wash your ride anywhere without fear of scratches or need for running water. Even if you live with water restrictions in the summer your vehicles can remain spotless the entire season without ever needing a hose.

 

What about the times you just need a quick touchup? Maybe your car is only lightly dusty and you need a solution to wipe it down. Adam's Rinseless Car Wash also makes a fantastic spray on waterless wash product! Simply dilute a few ounces with water in a spray bottle and you have a fantastic waterless washing solution, great for removing dust for a quick wipe down without swirl marks. 

 

Our highly concentrated formula can be used for up to sixteen rinseless washes or makes over 250 ounces of waterless washing spray making Adam's Rinseless Wash not only economical but friendly on the environment by utilizing less water and creating zero run off like a regular hose and bucket wash. 

 

110% guaranteed by Adam's industry leading satisfaction guarantee to be the best product of its kind we're sure you'll love Adam's Rinseless Car Wash and so will your cars.

 

 

 

Instructions for use: 
 

 
Adam's Rinseless Wash is a super concentrated multi-use cleaning chemical that can be used for both rinseless and waterless washing techniques. Safe for all exterior surfaces, this pleasantly scented liquid will have you washing your car safely with less water, faster than ever before. Guaranteed to be the finest waterless and rinseless washing product you've ever used! 
 
Instructions For Rinseless Washing
1. Prepare two 5 gallon buckets with clean water and grit guard bucket inserts.
 
Instructions For Waterless Washing
1. Mix approximately 1oz - 2oz of Adam's Rinseless Wash concentrate with 32oz of clean water in a spray bottle, shake well to mix. 

 

 

2. Spray mixture liberally onto the panel to be cleaned, saturating any dust, dirt, or contamination. 
3. Using an Adam's Waterless Wash towel wipe gently in a straight line from one end of the panel to the other. 
4. Flip or fold the towel to a fresh side and repeat until all cleaner has been removed from the surface. Use a separate, clean, dry towel to remove any streaks or excess residues. 
5. Repeat the process on each panel, completing the vehicle above the mid-door line first, then the lower sections, saving wheels till last. 
 
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Thanks! Its gotten easier over the years for sure... 

 

I'll happily take some static from internet keyboard warriors instead of from my wife who would give me much more crap for NOT wearing it. :)

I was going to say it's better than getting divorced, bwahah

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Would there be any reason not to dry with a great white and detail spray?

 

 

You can if you want to, but since the product itself (in addition to the polymer lubrication) has a wax that its leaving behind it kind of would be double the work. I'd follow the process outlined in the video, THEN follow up with Detail Spray if you want. 

 

 

 

Would there be any dilution to make a good clay lube?

 

 

The 1oz dilution in 16oz of water worked decent enough for me as a clay lube... still trying to find the sweet spot for this use, haven't had the same results repeatable enough to recommend it. 

 

 

 

Will there be a gallon size?

 

 

Eventually, yes, if demand justifies it. Given that the stuff is so concentrated as it is 16oz will be plenty for most people... thats 16 bottles of Waterless Wash level dilution or 8 full rinseless washes out of one bottle. Pretty good.

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I think this is going to be a good option for washing the gto. I drive it maybe once a week for a little bit and the rest of the time it collects dust in the garage. It's kind of a hassle doing a full on wash for just light dust on the car once a month or so.

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This one is near and dear to my heart.  I've always been skeptical of rinseless washes... And I used this stuff on my beloved ST with nearly perfect paint. After a rainstorm!

 

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I am now pretty much a rinseless guy.  I've only been getting my hose out for major clean ups... This stuff is just so convenient.  Prior to this stuff I would spend the better part of 6 hours cleaning up the three vehicles in my garage.  Now I can do all three in about 2-2 1/2hrs depending on the dirtyness of the cars.  Yep... this stuff is three shades of awesome!

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uote name="Dylan@Adams" post="401805" timestamp="1385419548"]You will use the snot out of this knowing (somewhat) how your car is Donny... especially in that dry/dusty AZ climate. This will be IDEAL for you.

I am super happy to hear about this stuff. 5 hours a.week to do full washes is taxing. Makes me not want to mess with it more often than I like

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Dylan, I beg of you. Please give me at least a gallon of this stuff somehow someway. Look at the size of my truck for crying out loud! I've been keeping the last few drops in my test bottle as a shrine of detailing excitement coming my way! And now it's here.

 

This will easily move to the top of my 'Favorite Adam's Products' list!

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Like I mention in the video "chunks" if you have big chunks of mud, debris, gravel, ice, salt.. thats too dirty for the bucket use, but if its just dirty, you're safe. 

 

I know, it freaks me out to use it when the paint is that dirty, but its crazy how well the stuff lubricates. If its absolutely filthy, be sure to use more towels and maybe even change your rinse water out part of the way thru. I've cleaned snow storm level filth off of my truck with it (after using a pressure washer to dislodge the chunky stuff) and it didn't leave a scratch. 

 

For the spray on version, stick to the same rules as waterless... nothing more than just dusty. The addition of rinsing in the bucket and the extra water gives you much more safety, in the spray on use it has limitations. 

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WW gone?  I use a ton of it so +1 for me on the gallon version of rinse less.  If Adams got rid of WW based on RW performance I can assume it performs better, is safer, etc in waterless form. Thats a win for us, but as someone who uses WW like its going out of style, and see myself solely washing my Camaro with RW, I'm going to need a lot.  :)

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I'm down when you guys start having gallons available. I still have 4 gal of ONR but I use rinseless for everything and since the price point is so cheap for dilution I am able to clean my car every day if I want.

 

I have been waiting to support Adams in this product, glad I don't have to go elsewhere now.

 

 

 

Also, for the pre rinse what I do now is use one of those 4 gal backpack sprayers you can get for like pesticides and stuff. I fill it with my rinseless solution and I can pre soak the car so fast. Best investment I've made for rinseless washes.

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WW gone?  I use a ton of it so +1 for me on the gallon version of rinse less.  If Adams got rid of WW based on RW performance I can assume it performs better, is safer, etc in waterless form. Thats a win for us, but as someone who uses WW like its going out of style, and see myself solely washing my Camaro with RW, I'm going to need a lot.   :)

 

But consider this... you were buying a gallon (128oz) of waterless wash, which is a ready to use product. 

 

The new stuff, (1) 16oz bottle can make you up to (16) 16oz bottles or 256oz of waterless wash so effectively a 16oz bottle (which ships cheaper than a gallon) can make you 2 gallons worth of the stuff its replacing. 

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I'm really excited for this stuff!  Just watched the video and it looks great.  Since this is a rinseless wash discussion I'll add my $.02 about what I do without trying to step on anyone's toes.  The method in the video works great.

 

Since the rinseless is so cheap to dilute into solution, I pre-soak the car in my solution with a 4 gal backpack sprayer before I go at it with the wash towel.  I can't tell people that it's absolutely necessary but for the price point per gal of this rinseless I like the piece of mind.

 

I also use about 7-9 towels for the wash and just use a new clean towel for each panel.

 

 

Dylan:  Any thoughts about having a start package for this?  Like a gallon of Rinseless with several towels and a bucket or something?

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