bmxfreak said:I tried the autodry....
I guess my opinion is weighted by my past washings. I was/still am very set in my ways. I never get any water spots without the mr clean, but i thought i would try it to see if it saved me time.
Honestly, i didnt really like it. I guess it just felt too wierd for me to totally leave out the drying stage of detailing my car. It worked...okay. I had a few water spots...dripped out from under the mirrors. But i only used it twice.
My method (assuming your car is waxed) is eagle one car-wash soap, with 2 mitts (one for body; 1 for wheels, wheelwells, and exhaust), and after completely rinsing the car, using "The Absorber (wallmart baby)". By washign my car in the shade, and keeping the car wet the entire time i'm washing it, i clean my car, and totally dry it, in about the same time the mr clean took, and since i dried my car, i know there is no spots of dirt i missed.
Mr. cleans not for me.. mho.
"The Absorber" Chamois Clothmichaeldpotter said:What is this "Absorber" that you speak of ? Is it some type of chamois? Everyone seems to like it very much, I may have to pick one up.
Agreed. I never have a shady spot to wash mine at so in the end I got some water marks and I got dried soap streaks. Those were a pain to get off too. :stab:BlkRaidersrt4 said:I used it and, while, at first I thought it did a good job, in the end was dissapointed. It leaves tiny waterspots and is more trouble than it is worth in many ways. You stress about whether the softening agent is done and it leaves some streaks. I have one if you want to buy it for 10$ lol