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Ron3rd

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Hi Folks, I read with interest the posts about WASH WAX ALL so I ordered a jug. How is everyone applying the product? Do you use a spray bottle, pump sprayer, or some other method?


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I use the spray bottle that came with my "kit".. You can use any spray bottle, although I am not so sure I would use a large pump sprayer..

I usually do a smaller ( 2' x 2' ) section at a time, I found its easier that way... The large pump sprayer may cover too much area at one time.

my process -

I spray a 24" x 24" or 1 section at a time, spread with clean cloth,,, wipe and buff with separate clean soft cloth. repeat till finished.

I found it works better if spread before it dries, less streaky that way.... The large pump sprayer may give you streaks.. perhaps someone else on here has tried that with success and can report.


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Good post Ron! I'm curious too, as my spray bottle of WWA is arriving today. Yes, I said spray bottle, which is not the best buy, but I wanted the spray option first. If I like the product, I'll order the jug, and refill the sprayer. I think I will after hearing good things, from members that I consider good sources.

Hoping to read some replies.

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MFL wrote:

Good post Ron! I'm curious too, as my spray bottle of WWA is arriving today. Yes, I said spray bottle, which is not the best buy, but I wanted the spray option first. If I like the product, I'll order the jug, and refill the sprayer. I think I will after hearing good things, from members that I consider good sources.

Hoping to read some replies.

Jerry


As said a small area at a time ,spray on ,and wipe dry, couldn't be easier .
Sounds like you are still a bit skeptical ??

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here -

was wax all directions

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Good info folks. Not skeptical at all, just looking for the most efficient way to apply.

Also, do most was the rig first or use the "dirty" method?

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if mine is cruddy with road grime, i hose it off real well first

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Ron3rd wrote:

Good info folks. Not skeptical at all, just looking for the most efficient way to apply.

Also, do most was the rig first or use the "dirty" method?


Not skeptical at all, if my forum friends say good product, then it is just that! Have to admit, there is a lot of wind blowing on these forums, but I've been around here long enough to separate the wheat/chaff members.

I am guessing, for best results, a car soap wash first would give superior results???

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MFL wrote:

Ron3rd wrote:

Good info folks. Not skeptical at all, just looking for the most efficient way to apply.

Also, do most was the rig first or use the "dirty" method?


Not skeptical at all, if my forum friends say good product, then it is just that! Have to admit, there is a lot of wind blowing on these forums, but I've been around here long enough to separate the wheat/chaff members.

I am guessing, for best results, a car soap wash first would give superior results???

Jerry


That's what I do.. I usually treat Wash Wax All as a WAX more so than a wash.... but this is JUST ME....

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Got it, thanks folks.

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