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      Raining a lot here. For this type of dust
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      https://i.imgur.com/JqeUY7g.jpg
      Is it recommended to pour water on the car before going for proklear cx treatment or should I go directly for the garry dean washless method?

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      Quote Originally Posted by akop.4040 View Post
      coolash PROKLEAR

      Satish Ji and Ashish Ji,

      Raining a lot here. For this type of dust
      https://i.imgur.com/cHyqzAh.jpg
      https://i.imgur.com/JqeUY7g.jpg
      Is it recommended to pour water on the car before going for proklear cx treatment or should I go directly for the garry dean washless method?
      this level of dirt require a proper wash if you have the time, patience and equipment, however for me, have no electricity point near my parking so its garry dean method whatever the level of dirt. I always spray proklear (5ml in 1 litre dilution) before rinse less (2ml per litre).
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      Quote Originally Posted by coolash View Post
      this level of dirt require a proper wash if you have the time, patience and equipment, however for me, have no electricity point near my parking so its garry dean method whatever the level of dirt. I always spray proklear (5ml in 1 litre dilution) before rinse less (2ml per litre).

      Thanks Ashish ji. No time and equipment so have to settle for proklear cx. What exactly is the use of the second dilution of 2ml per litre?

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      Quote Originally Posted by akop.4040 View Post
      What exactly is the use of the second dilution of 2ml per litre?
      the spray dilution is 5ml to 1 litre and the rinse less solution dilution is 2ml per litre.
      Some of my Threads:
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      Quote Originally Posted by akop.4040 View Post
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      Satish Ji and Ashish Ji,

      Raining a lot here. For this type of dust
      https://i.imgur.com/cHyqzAh.jpg
      https://i.imgur.com/JqeUY7g.jpg
      Is it recommended to pour water on the car before going for proklear cx treatment or should I go directly for the garry dean washless method?
      Since I live in a flat I make sure to clean the car at least 4 times a week. Best is to do daily. Otherwise 2 or 3 bucket style is the way to go if the car is really dirty as in the pic you posted. I do not have the duster but may be that is a good way to wipe the dust on daily basis

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      Quote Originally Posted by KimiRaikkonen View Post
      Since I live in a flat I make sure to clean the car at least 4 times a week. Best is to do daily. Otherwise 2 or 3 bucket style is the way to go if the car is really dirty as in the pic you posted. I do not have the duster but may be that is a good way to wipe the dust on daily basis
      I use Gary Dean method. What is 2 bucket style?

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      One bucket with shampoo water and other for rinsing it. Now days some people use 3 bucket where the 3rd one is exclusively for wheels. They do not use to that water or towel for anything except cleaning wheels.

      This is an example of 2 bucket system:


      Last edited by KimiRaikkonen; 25th Apr 2018 at 08:14.

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      Quote Originally Posted by KimiRaikkonen View Post
      One bucket with shampoo water and other for rinsing it. Now days some people use 3 bucket where the 3rd one is exclusively for wheels. They do not use to that water or towel for anything except cleaning wheels.

      This is an example of 2 bucket system:


      Kimi Ji, no provision of tap and bucket in the parking lot. Any other help?

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      I would say the best thing to do it do daily wash with wet towels so that car is not too dirty otherwise you will have to use generous amount of water if the car is too dirty. As most detailers if not tall try to remove 80-90% of dust even without touching the car as that is the best way to protect the car paint from improper washing. If that is not possible then may be consider car cover if you do not use the car much.

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