|Item Weight||2.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.2 x 3.8 x 3.2 inches|
|Item model number||NR2010Q|
|Manufacturer Part Number||NR2010Q|
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Optimum (NR2010Q) No Rinse Wash & Shine - 32 oz.
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- Optimum No Rinse Wash and Shine contains exclusive blend of high lubricating polymers that bond to paint while releasing dirt and grime for a safe, brilliant finish
- Optimum No Rinse Wash and Shine allows car washing virtually anywhere, anytime
- Get a brilliant shine using only one or two gallons of water
- Optimum No Rinse Wash and Shine is preferred by professional car detailers and enthusiasts for faster, cleaner results
- Safe for any vehicle surface on cars, trucks, motorcycles, RVs, ORVs, fiberglass or wood boats and airplanes
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I'm 34 years old. From the age of 12 until just 6 months ago, I thought that the "Right Way" to wash a car was the way my Dad taught me: on a nice day, maybe 3 or 4 times a year, always in the sun, take a bucket, an old sponge, and a bottle of car wash that will generally last for ever, or until you move house and forget which box its in. Lazily spray the car with water from a hose. Then cover the whole thing with lovely soapy sudsy water. Spray the car again with water to get the suds off. Make a token effort to dry it using a nasty old piece of Chamois, then go for a fast drive around the neighborhood to finish it off. The water spots and streaks were just a normal part of car ownership, and anyone that spent all weekend getting their car shiny was just obsessed.
Well, all that changed when I bought my first NEW car. I suddenly gave a damn about the paintwork. I did not like the streaks. I did not like the swirls. I decided to see whats changed in the world of car washing since my Dad learned the art - some 50 years ago. I spent many days in the office reading up on the Two Bucket Method, the Importance of a Good Sponge (actually called a Wash Medium), and finally I heard about ONR (Optimum No Rinse)
Can it be true?
The ONR are useless at marketing themselves. They have no facebook page, they have no twitter account, and no hot models draping themselves over mustang hoods.
Only a few people on a few car detailing forums seem to speak out in favor, most normal people are of the opinion: "hmm, sounds like it might scratch the paint" or "seems like it leaves a film behind" or the more general "Even though I don't have any first-hand experience, my intuition provides many great excuses why I should not leave my comfort zone".Read more ›
Just two capfuls of Optimum No Rinse, plus 1 bucket of water and some microfiber towels and my car is CLEAN. Amazingly clean. No rinsing. No hose or anything. The dirt bonds to the liquid somehow and after soaking the microfiber towel in the "soapy" bucket and cleaning off the dirt, you just wipe your car dry. I know it makes no sense whatsoever to NOT rinse off your car, but it really works. No scratches or swirls or anything. Now I can clean my car in the garage, even in the winter - without wasting water! It was really cold outside, so my hands were frozen by the time I was finished, so next time I am going to use a pair of really long rubber gloves. (And after cleaning I did follow with an application of Klasse All in One - a non-wax protectant, which is also new to me and I would also recommend).
This product would be a perfect gift for earth-friendly or car-loving types.
I tested it out on my g/f's 2009 BMW first, it was filthy with dirt and some traces of salt from driving in the rain. I used a 2 bucket system, one rinse bucket and one wash bucket with 2 gallons of water to 1 oz of product as instructed. I used a decent microfiber mitt, and made sure I used light pressure and side to side movements and rinsed out the mitt thoroughly in between small areas once the mitt looked dirty. I did about 1/6 of the car at a time, drying each section I washed with a Cobra Waffle Towel, which worked wonderfully I might add, and I dried two cars with one towel before the end of the day and only wrung it out a few times.
My drying towel stayed pretty clean through the process other than a few small areas due to carelessness on my part. Also the rise bucket was almost black with filth when I was done the body, and the wash bucket was very clean with only a few particles in it. Showing that the wash was doing it's job in cleaning and protecting the clear coat.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This stuff is great for washing my car at my apartment. Without a ready source of water this is a lifesaver for someone who owns a black car. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Nick Tate
To be fair, I haven't tried a ton of home car washing products, and this is my first no-rinse product. Read morePublished 12 days ago by G. Murphey
This product is great especially if you live in California. Ive used this product since i bought my car and it is only 8 months and im already less than a quarter of the jug. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Fasha15
I just used this stuff for the first time and I'm honestly blown away - far exceeded my expectations!! Read morePublished 18 days ago by S. Levitt