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    On heavily soiled vehicles, I am now spraying with eco-wash, then shooting with steam and following behind with a micro-fiber as I am steaming, then come through again and give it a nice buff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Touch View Post
    On heavily soiled vehicles, I am now spraying with eco-wash, then shooting with steam and following behind with a micro-fiber as I am steaming, then come through again and give it a nice buff.
    How long does it take you to wash an average sized sedan using your method? I'm looking for something quick I can use on cars where Waterless wash falls short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattMan View Post
    4 oz of EcoSmart will detail an average mid-sized car. one gallon of EcoSmart RU can clean up to 32 cars for a cost of about $0.18/car.
    I am at 16oz per wash for a New England driven salt covered car. I think this is a combination of the road salt and colder temps that really challenge ECOSmart.
    A dust garaged car I could do in 4oz.

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    Honestly. I think hose free ecowash in a bucket with your microfiber towels, plus ecosmart would be way more economical and safer for heavy salted roads...
    what do you guys think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shahsmerdis View Post
    Honestly. I think hose free ecowash in a bucket with your microfiber towels, plus ecosmart would be way more economical and safer for heavy salted roads...
    what do you guys think?
    agree 100% Waterless washes are not, IMO, meant to be used on heavily contaminated vehicles. They're good for an "in-betwen" your weekly wash (summer/spring) or , gawd forbid, you miss a week and need to clean to car. when used on a contaminated surface, there will be marring. Winterwashing, I do one of two things: (1) "the Shah method" hose free Ecowash followed by Ecosmart and then some V07 or (2) touchless wash for heavy contamination, followed by Ecosmart and V07.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenblade2001 View Post
    (2) touchless wash for heavy contamination, followed by Ecosmart and V07.
    I like the coin-op pressure washer followed by a warm water two bucket ONR wash.


    I do find it funny how CG says how safe ecosmart is then in the next video they say newspaper scratches glass. I wish they considered the Northeast more when developing products - we take ice scrapers to our windows and need to remove salt and sand from our cars in cold temperatures.

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