Almost out of ONR....should I get more or try DP Rinseless Wash?

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  1. TQ

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    Buy one get one for 32 oz is tempting, and while I love to try new products- if it ain't broke...

    Maybe someone here can provide a glowing review and convince me.
     
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    Most of the reviews I saw of it on Autopia were underwhelming.
     
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    No no no no no no no.

    It sucks compared to ONR. You cant beat the king.
     
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    exactly.
     
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    Ok thanks guys!
     
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    You guys tried the new formula that just came out and didn't like it...?

    I haven't seen any bad reviews on the stuff yet, and it works every bit as good as ONR if not better IMO.
     
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    Don't really see a point in trying it. Happy with ONR and I can get it locally. Plus I know that the good doctor is looking for ways to make it even better-although I can't imagine what he could do to improve how it works now.
     
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    If it was the same price as ONR I wouldn't bother trying it but the fact that autogeek has it 2 for 1 right now makes me wanna try it :dunno:

    I think I'll buy some and if it sucks I'll just give it to my brother in law :mamoru:
     
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    NRWS FTW....
     
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    :rofl:
     
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    do a search for justin's threads. he used to use this stuff when it was 4 in 1. Or PM him, he can probably give you a good opinion on it. IIRC, he ended up going back to using foam gun and a PW.
     
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    Ok I got my DP today...........I'd say its probably not quite as..... "lubricating" as ONR but its definately worth 64oz for $15.99 :bigthumb:
     
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    You guys think debating ONR/DP is bad... I'm still using up my stock of QEW! :eek3:
     
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    I actually still have QEW. After using ONR, I just couldn't go back. I used up some on wheels/fenderwells but even stopped using it for that. I still have a nearly full 16 oz bottle and my kids have two but after giving them ONR, their bottles sit unused too.
     
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    QEW and DP are not bad products by any means, its just that there is a better product out there.
     
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    Wow... I might just have to bite the bullet and order some ONR... and put yet another half empty bottle of old product I don't use anymore on the shelf in my garage :wtc:

    :noes:
     

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