Im falling off the wagon...

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Robb, Feb 24, 2006.

  1. Robb

    Robb Guest

    So, its been pretty cold here for the past couple weeks, and yestrday it finally warmed up to around 45. So, instead of using qew like i usually do, I took my car to the local car wash. It was a stall type w/ a power washer. One thing was that the soap worked really well, although it probably stripped protection. Another interesting thing was, they had a small hand held nozzle w/ Tri-Gloss, it was a foam stuff that you sprayed on then rinsed off. I thought id give it a try, it seemed to be awesome, i sprayed it on, then rinsed my car off, then drove my car pretty fast to dry it off. By the time i got home my car looked awesome and was totally spot-free.

    It seems that the tri-gloss product really worked well, and my car looked as good as it does after i wash it and quick detail.

    So, now im wondering, are all my hours in vain, it takes me an hr to wash my car when it took 5 mins to do it at the car wash.

    I could do maybe 4 full details a year and use the car wash to maintain it.

    I dont know, just kind of thinking out loud, anyone else have experience w/ tri-gloss? It seemed to make the water really bead up and it just flew off the car at around 60mph. it was pretty cool.
     
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