In some of the earlier threads, some people had tried to go to a automatic car wash and there wheels were damage. I use turtle wax cars or eagle one car wash. I don't use much of anything on the inside because the vehicle sets more than it is driven and protectant on the dash collects so much dust. I use eagle one on the tires .ricardo said:Reading the 'buffer' post had me thinking about what everyone uses to wash their SSR's, especially since I happened to be at the store today for a look see.....
I have never used an auto car wash for fear of tire and wheel damage and during the winter use a manual wash (spray only) and never the hand brush for fear of scratches. Never really gets all the grime off and never really looks washed afterwards. :cuss
I have never used any kind of wash brush (always by hand with a good dose of Zaino afterwards) but water at house is shut off for winter.
Almost bought an electric power sprayer today cause it is way less than gas models and I figured it would be more than enough power (1500PSI). I did buy instead a hand brush and wand power model since $20 was easier than $150.
Don't know if it'll do any good but I'm happy to try it for the twenty dollars.
Any ideas out there people?
Good luck with your wash.