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Rinseless as a Drying spray?


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Following a two bucket wash, I typically use either H2O G&G or Detail Spray to help towel dry my vehicles.

 

Can the 16:1 or 32:1 dilution of Rinseless be used in place of these two products to use as a drying spray?

 

Don't get me wrong I love the H2O and the Detail Spray, but I have a whole gallon of Rinseless and don't actually do the rinseless washes very often so I have a ton on hand and I like to save the more expensive Detail Spray for quick details or dustings.

 

Thanks for any input. 

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At 16:1 its very comparable as a drying agent or as a spray and wipe product like Detail Spray - do some testing if you'd like more shine kick it up a bit to 8:1 - at a certain point you may get streaking on a dry surface (i'm talking high dilutions like 1:1) since its a product meant to be diluted, but if you're spraying it on an already wet panel, I think you could kick up the shine more at 8:1 for sure

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How does it compare to Detail Spray in terms of shine?

 

As Jason said play with the dilution. I seem to like the shine better then Detail Spray and only then need to have one product to do the job of two.

I have even used the diluted Rinseless as a interior detail spray on the dash and door panels, and has also worked well at that also.

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