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Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99-’05 ’06+ 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

Hose attachment with a built in water filter and soap dispenser

I first saw this at Pep Boys and decided to give it a shot. I bought the “Pro” series for the added “jet” setting of super strong water streams. The product works about as good as could be expected. The soap is, as stated by the manufacturer “very mild” and that about sums it up. I would recommend using a stronger soap, as the provided didnt get any dirt or leave residue off my car at all. It is very covenient in my opinion eliminating the need for a bucket off water and makes it very easy to douse the entire car in a soap froth for sponging down. The autodry setting is pretty cool and did admittingly leave virtually no spots, but it took a little practice to find the optimal way to achieve this result. Im not sure the price of the replacement filters but im sure they’re not too expensive

I would say if you’re a lazy SOB like me, this does make the job slightly more bearable, however at a price tag of $40 im not quite certain its totally worth it. The “jet” setting is pretty powerfull though, make a lot of other tasks other than carwashing easier though! i would give this product about 2 1/2 stars out of 5

Not an installed item

Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

A large hose end device that dispenses water, soap, and deionized rinse water. The soap is supposed to be a special type that sheets and, along with the soft water rinse, eliminates spots.

When used as intended, my experience is much the same as others. It does leave fewer spots than ordinary washing (without drying), but instead it leaves gray hazy streaks all over the car. However, with some changes it is quite useful. Do the following: 1. Take out the bottle of special soap. Carefully unscrew the lid, and pour it out. 2. Take a good quality car wash soap (I like Meguiars), fill the bottle 5% full. Then fill to 3/4 full with water and shake. 3. Put this solution in the device. It’s diluted so you can ignore the manufacturers clogging warnings. 4. Wash as per the directions that came with the Autodry, including the final rinse with filtered water. 5. Dry as you normally would. Admittedly this is no less work than normal, although if you use the soap sprayer to suds up your wash mitt, you don’t need a bucket. However the final result will have fewer and less noticeable spots where your drying was not totally thorough. Also, the! cost per wash just declined 50% since the soap cost is now pennies instead of 50 cents.

Not an installed item

Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

This product is a large, heavy plastic hose attachment for washing your car. You plug a Pur water filter into one compartment and fill another compartment with soap. There’s a large plastic knob with three settings, one for soaping, one for rinsing, and one for the de-ionized water rinse. There’s another plastic switch for turning the water on and off.

This product is supposed to allow you to wash your car and not have to hand dry it afterwards. The water is supposed to glide right off your car and air-dry without beading. Well, you know the old expression, If it sounds too good to be true. . Guys, DON’T throw away your towels and chamois. This thing does not work!

This does NOT work on chrome or metal pieces, it spots like crazy! This does not remove dirt from your car and leaves water spots all over the place. It comes with a small bottle of soap that is supposed to be enough for three car washes. I went through the whole bottle on one Miata! This thing went right back to the store for a refund. I used the refund to go get a REAL car wash. What a waste of time!

Not an installed item

Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

The Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash is _supposed_ to wash your car, using the same filter as a Purina Water system to deionize the water and not require you to dry the car, with the water just washing away like glass, leaving no spots.

The product is horrible! I received mine in the mail about a week ago and just got a chance to use it. Little to no dirt was removed, let alone water spots. I’m stuck washing my car again, and I’m out $20. Avoid this product at all costs.


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Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99-’05 ’06+ 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

Hose attachment with a built in water filter and soap dispenser

I first saw this at Pep Boys and decided to give it a shot. I bought the “Pro” series for the added “jet” setting of super strong water streams. The product works about as good as could be expected. The soap is, as stated by the manufacturer “very mild” and that about sums it up. I would recommend using a stronger soap, as the provided didnt get any dirt or leave residue off my car at all. It is very covenient in my opinion eliminating the need for a bucket off water and makes it very easy to douse the entire car in a soap froth for sponging down. The autodry setting is pretty cool and did admittingly leave virtually no spots, but it took a little practice to find the optimal way to achieve this result. Im not sure the price of the replacement filters but im sure they’re not too expensive

I would say if you’re a lazy SOB like me, this does make the job slightly more bearable, however at a price tag of $40 im not quite certain its totally worth it. The “jet” setting is pretty powerfull though, make a lot of other tasks other than carwashing easier though! i would give this product about 2 1/2 stars out of 5

Not an installed item

Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

A large hose end device that dispenses water, soap, and deionized rinse water. The soap is supposed to be a special type that sheets and, along with the soft water rinse, eliminates spots.

When used as intended, my experience is much the same as others. It does leave fewer spots than ordinary washing (without drying), but instead it leaves gray hazy streaks all over the car. However, with some changes it is quite useful. Do the following: 1. Take out the bottle of special soap. Carefully unscrew the lid, and pour it out. 2. Take a good quality car wash soap (I like Meguiars), fill the bottle 5% full. Then fill to 3/4 full with water and shake. 3. Put this solution in the device. It’s diluted so you can ignore the manufacturers clogging warnings. 4. Wash as per the directions that came with the Autodry, including the final rinse with filtered water. 5. Dry as you normally would. Admittedly this is no less work than normal, although if you use the soap sprayer to suds up your wash mitt, you don’t need a bucket. However the final result will have fewer and less noticeable spots where your drying was not totally thorough. Also, the! cost per wash just declined 50% since the soap cost is now pennies instead of 50 cents.

Not an installed item

Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

This product is a large, heavy plastic hose attachment for washing your car. You plug a Pur water filter into one compartment and fill another compartment with soap. There’s a large plastic knob with three settings, one for soaping, one for rinsing, and one for the de-ionized water rinse. There’s another plastic switch for turning the water on and off.

This product is supposed to allow you to wash your car and not have to hand dry it afterwards. The water is supposed to glide right off your car and air-dry without beading. Well, you know the old expression, If it sounds too good to be true. . Guys, DON’T throw away your towels and chamois. This thing does not work!

This does NOT work on chrome or metal pieces, it spots like crazy! This does not remove dirt from your car and leaves water spots all over the place. It comes with a small bottle of soap that is supposed to be enough for three car washes. I went through the whole bottle on one Miata! This thing went right back to the store for a refund. I used the refund to go get a REAL car wash. What a waste of time!

Not an installed item

Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

The Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash is _supposed_ to wash your car, using the same filter as a Purina Water system to deionize the water and not require you to dry the car, with the water just washing away like glass, leaving no spots.

The product is horrible! I received mine in the mail about a week ago and just got a chance to use it. Little to no dirt was removed, let alone water spots. I’m stuck washing my car again, and I’m out $20. Avoid this product at all costs.


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Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99-’05 ’06+ 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

Hose attachment with a built in water filter and soap dispenser

I first saw this at Pep Boys and decided to give it a shot. I bought the “Pro” series for the added “jet” setting of super strong water streams. The product works about as good as could be expected. The soap is, as stated by the manufacturer “very mild” and that about sums it up. I would recommend using a stronger soap, as the provided didnt get any dirt or leave residue off my car at all. It is very covenient in my opinion eliminating the need for a bucket off water and makes it very easy to douse the entire car in a soap froth for sponging down. The autodry setting is pretty cool and did admittingly leave virtually no spots, but it took a little practice to find the optimal way to achieve this result. Im not sure the price of the replacement filters but im sure they’re not too expensive

I would say if you’re a lazy SOB like me, this does make the job slightly more bearable, however at a price tag of $40 im not quite certain its totally worth it. The “jet” setting is pretty powerfull though, make a lot of other tasks other than carwashing easier though! i would give this product about 2 1/2 stars out of 5

Not an installed item

Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

A large hose end device that dispenses water, soap, and deionized rinse water. The soap is supposed to be a special type that sheets and, along with the soft water rinse, eliminates spots.

When used as intended, my experience is much the same as others. It does leave fewer spots than ordinary washing (without drying), but instead it leaves gray hazy streaks all over the car. However, with some changes it is quite useful. Do the following: 1. Take out the bottle of special soap. Carefully unscrew the lid, and pour it out. 2. Take a good quality car wash soap (I like Meguiars), fill the bottle 5% full. Then fill to 3/4 full with water and shake. 3. Put this solution in the device. It’s diluted so you can ignore the manufacturers clogging warnings. 4. Wash as per the directions that came with the Autodry, including the final rinse with filtered water. 5. Dry as you normally would. Admittedly this is no less work than normal, although if you use the soap sprayer to suds up your wash mitt, you don’t need a bucket. However the final result will have fewer and less noticeable spots where your drying was not totally thorough. Also, the! cost per wash just declined 50% since the soap cost is now pennies instead of 50 cents.

Not an installed item

Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

This product is a large, heavy plastic hose attachment for washing your car. You plug a Pur water filter into one compartment and fill another compartment with soap. There’s a large plastic knob with three settings, one for soaping, one for rinsing, and one for the de-ionized water rinse. There’s another plastic switch for turning the water on and off.

This product is supposed to allow you to wash your car and not have to hand dry it afterwards. The water is supposed to glide right off your car and air-dry without beading. Well, you know the old expression, If it sounds too good to be true. . Guys, DON’T throw away your towels and chamois. This thing does not work!

This does NOT work on chrome or metal pieces, it spots like crazy! This does not remove dirt from your car and leaves water spots all over the place. It comes with a small bottle of soap that is supposed to be enough for three car washes. I went through the whole bottle on one Miata! This thing went right back to the store for a refund. I used the refund to go get a REAL car wash. What a waste of time!

Not an installed item

Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

The Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash is _supposed_ to wash your car, using the same filter as a Purina Water system to deionize the water and not require you to dry the car, with the water just washing away like glass, leaving no spots.

The product is horrible! I received mine in the mail about a week ago and just got a chance to use it. Little to no dirt was removed, let alone water spots. I’m stuck washing my car again, and I’m out $20. Avoid this product at all costs.


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Mr. Clean Carwash & Auto Dry Product Review

If you’re like us (and we hope for your sake you aren’t!) you don’t enjoy washing cars. Actually, it’s not the washing so much as the drying that we find distasteful. We need to keep clean towels in the garage – not an easy task, since we’re always kicking up dust, metal shavings and all sorts of debris – so that they are on hand when washing takes place.

Assuming the towels are clean, there’s still a chance that we’ll create micro-scratches in the car’s finish while wiping. If we miss a spot while washing we will grind that dirt into the finish while drying. Typically after a car wash we find ourselves hanging wet towels on the trunk lids of our cars. There’s got to be something better.

Enter Proctor Gamble with their new product: Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash. This is the same Mr. Clean product line that’s been around for 45 years, although never directed toward the car-care market. What they came up with is this:

We spoke with Dr. Alan Goldstein, P G’s chemist who developed the system. He’s a car guy who steered the company to create a product that addresses the fact that people are still washing and drying their cars the same way they’ve done for the last 100 years, in spite of major improvements in car finishes. In fact, people are still using harsh detergents (dishwasher soap, for instance) on car finishes, not to mention the incorrect use of towels and chamois.

Instead, Dr. Goldstein reasoned, a product should be offered that contains the correct soap formulation, the ability to control all wash functions in one unit, and a “drying” system that will eliminate hand-drying. That’s where the chemistry comes in.

The system uses a specially-formulated soap that helps to float the dirt/grease away, plus a deionizing cartridge that filters particulates and other impurities out of the wash water during final rinse. Theoretically, then, the rinse water will “sheet” away, leaving the car dry and free of water spots. Since the system is self-contained, there is no need of a wash bucket. According to instructions, all you do is hold the wash system in one hand and your sponge/rag/brush in the other.

We loaded the liquid soap (it smells great, by the way!) into the system’s tank and then inserted the deionizing cartridge. Once the hose was connected we were ready to wash.

It only took a minute or two to get used to the controls. The thumb-switch on the top turns the water on and off, and the rotating control at the front moves from “rinse” to “soap” to “dry” mode. As with all other forms of washing you first start with an overall rinse.

You start by rinsing the car.


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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Mr. Clean AutoDry Car Wash System

Mr. Clean AutoDry Car Wash System. a powerful auto cleaning system includes Proctor Gamble 95158035 that will give your car a cleaner that stays longer. Is it harmful? Specially formulated soap and filtered water does not strip wax, and resists water spotting. A truly clean car stays cleaner longer, without hand drying and less hassle.

What about the features? Mr. Clean Carwash System features an Autodry soap and filter .

Mr. Clean as AutoDry Soap. it has Dry Rinse Polymer sheets water off your car for fast drying; Easily removes dirt and grime ; Leaves no film or residue; and Works with Mr.Clean AutoDry Filter to leave your car incredibly clean and shiny

Mr. Clean as AutoDry Filter, Removes water impurities which cause spots, even in hard water ; Includes a color-change indicator that changes from black to brown when it is exhausted; Works with Mr.Clean AutoDry Soap to dry your car spot-free every time; Number of uses varies on factors such as water hardness and usage

You can buy Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash System includes Proctor Gamble 95158035 only for $2.99 + $5 shippingt. Avail now and have a powerful cleanser for you car.

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Mr. Clean Carwash & Auto Dry Product Review

If you’re like us (and we hope for your sake you aren’t!) you don’t enjoy washing cars. Actually, it’s not the washing so much as the drying that we find distasteful. We need to keep clean towels in the garage – not an easy task, since we’re always kicking up dust, metal shavings and all sorts of debris – so that they are on hand when washing takes place.

Assuming the towels are clean, there’s still a chance that we’ll create micro-scratches in the car’s finish while wiping. If we miss a spot while washing we will grind that dirt into the finish while drying. Typically after a car wash we find ourselves hanging wet towels on the trunk lids of our cars. There’s got to be something better.

Enter Proctor Gamble with their new product: Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash. This is the same Mr. Clean product line that’s been around for 45 years, although never directed toward the car-care market. What they came up with is this:

We spoke with Dr. Alan Goldstein, P G’s chemist who developed the system. He’s a car guy who steered the company to create a product that addresses the fact that people are still washing and drying their cars the same way they’ve done for the last 100 years, in spite of major improvements in car finishes. In fact, people are still using harsh detergents (dishwasher soap, for instance) on car finishes, not to mention the incorrect use of towels and chamois.

Instead, Dr. Goldstein reasoned, a product should be offered that contains the correct soap formulation, the ability to control all wash functions in one unit, and a “drying” system that will eliminate hand-drying. That’s where the chemistry comes in.

The system uses a specially-formulated soap that helps to float the dirt/grease away, plus a deionizing cartridge that filters particulates and other impurities out of the wash water during final rinse. Theoretically, then, the rinse water will “sheet” away, leaving the car dry and free of water spots. Since the system is self-contained, there is no need of a wash bucket. According to instructions, all you do is hold the wash system in one hand and your sponge/rag/brush in the other.

We loaded the liquid soap (it smells great, by the way!) into the system’s tank and then inserted the deionizing cartridge. Once the hose was connected we were ready to wash.

It only took a minute or two to get used to the controls. The thumb-switch on the top turns the water on and off, and the rotating control at the front moves from “rinse” to “soap” to “dry” mode. As with all other forms of washing you first start with an overall rinse.

You start by rinsing the car.


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Mr. Clean Carwash & Auto Dry Product Review

If you’re like us (and we hope for your sake you aren’t!) you don’t enjoy washing cars. Actually, it’s not the washing so much as the drying that we find distasteful. We need to keep clean towels in the garage – not an easy task, since we’re always kicking up dust, metal shavings and all sorts of debris – so that they are on hand when washing takes place.

Assuming the towels are clean, there’s still a chance that we’ll create micro-scratches in the car’s finish while wiping. If we miss a spot while washing we will grind that dirt into the finish while drying. Typically after a car wash we find ourselves hanging wet towels on the trunk lids of our cars. There’s got to be something better.

Enter Proctor Gamble with their new product: Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash. This is the same Mr. Clean product line that’s been around for 45 years, although never directed toward the car-care market. What they came up with is this:

We spoke with Dr. Alan Goldstein, P G’s chemist who developed the system. He’s a car guy who steered the company to create a product that addresses the fact that people are still washing and drying their cars the same way they’ve done for the last 100 years, in spite of major improvements in car finishes. In fact, people are still using harsh detergents (dishwasher soap, for instance) on car finishes, not to mention the incorrect use of towels and chamois.

Instead, Dr. Goldstein reasoned, a product should be offered that contains the correct soap formulation, the ability to control all wash functions in one unit, and a “drying” system that will eliminate hand-drying. That’s where the chemistry comes in.

The system uses a specially-formulated soap that helps to float the dirt/grease away, plus a deionizing cartridge that filters particulates and other impurities out of the wash water during final rinse. Theoretically, then, the rinse water will “sheet” away, leaving the car dry and free of water spots. Since the system is self-contained, there is no need of a wash bucket. According to instructions, all you do is hold the wash system in one hand and your sponge/rag/brush in the other.

We loaded the liquid soap (it smells great, by the way!) into the system’s tank and then inserted the deionizing cartridge. Once the hose was connected we were ready to wash.

It only took a minute or two to get used to the controls. The thumb-switch on the top turns the water on and off, and the rotating control at the front moves from “rinse” to “soap” to “dry” mode. As with all other forms of washing you first start with an overall rinse.

You start by rinsing the car.


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Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99-’05 ’06+ 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

Hose attachment with a built in water filter and soap dispenser

I first saw this at Pep Boys and decided to give it a shot. I bought the “Pro” series for the added “jet” setting of super strong water streams. The product works about as good as could be expected. The soap is, as stated by the manufacturer “very mild” and that about sums it up. I would recommend using a stronger soap, as the provided didnt get any dirt or leave residue off my car at all. It is very covenient in my opinion eliminating the need for a bucket off water and makes it very easy to douse the entire car in a soap froth for sponging down. The autodry setting is pretty cool and did admittingly leave virtually no spots, but it took a little practice to find the optimal way to achieve this result. Im not sure the price of the replacement filters but im sure they’re not too expensive

I would say if you’re a lazy SOB like me, this does make the job slightly more bearable, however at a price tag of $40 im not quite certain its totally worth it. The “jet” setting is pretty powerfull though, make a lot of other tasks other than carwashing easier though! i would give this product about 2 1/2 stars out of 5

Not an installed item

Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

A large hose end device that dispenses water, soap, and deionized rinse water. The soap is supposed to be a special type that sheets and, along with the soft water rinse, eliminates spots.

When used as intended, my experience is much the same as others. It does leave fewer spots than ordinary washing (without drying), but instead it leaves gray hazy streaks all over the car. However, with some changes it is quite useful. Do the following: 1. Take out the bottle of special soap. Carefully unscrew the lid, and pour it out. 2. Take a good quality car wash soap (I like Meguiars), fill the bottle 5% full. Then fill to 3/4 full with water and shake. 3. Put this solution in the device. It’s diluted so you can ignore the manufacturers clogging warnings. 4. Wash as per the directions that came with the Autodry, including the final rinse with filtered water. 5. Dry as you normally would. Admittedly this is no less work than normal, although if you use the soap sprayer to suds up your wash mitt, you don’t need a bucket. However the final result will have fewer and less noticeable spots where your drying was not totally thorough. Also, the! cost per wash just declined 50% since the soap cost is now pennies instead of 50 cents.

Not an installed item

Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

This product is a large, heavy plastic hose attachment for washing your car. You plug a Pur water filter into one compartment and fill another compartment with soap. There’s a large plastic knob with three settings, one for soaping, one for rinsing, and one for the de-ionized water rinse. There’s another plastic switch for turning the water on and off.

This product is supposed to allow you to wash your car and not have to hand dry it afterwards. The water is supposed to glide right off your car and air-dry without beading. Well, you know the old expression, If it sounds too good to be true. . Guys, DON’T throw away your towels and chamois. This thing does not work!

This does NOT work on chrome or metal pieces, it spots like crazy! This does not remove dirt from your car and leaves water spots all over the place. It comes with a small bottle of soap that is supposed to be enough for three car washes. I went through the whole bottle on one Miata! This thing went right back to the store for a refund. I used the refund to go get a REAL car wash. What a waste of time!

Not an installed item

Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash

Applicable to: ’90 – ’97 ’99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

The Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash is _supposed_ to wash your car, using the same filter as a Purina Water system to deionize the water and not require you to dry the car, with the water just washing away like glass, leaving no spots.

The product is horrible! I received mine in the mail about a week ago and just got a chance to use it. Little to no dirt was removed, let alone water spots. I’m stuck washing my car again, and I’m out $20. Avoid this product at all costs.


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Mr. Clean Carwash & Auto Dry Product Review

If you’re like us (and we hope for your sake you aren’t!) you don’t enjoy washing cars. Actually, it’s not the washing so much as the drying that we find distasteful. We need to keep clean towels in the garage – not an easy task, since we’re always kicking up dust, metal shavings and all sorts of debris – so that they are on hand when washing takes place.

Assuming the towels are clean, there’s still a chance that we’ll create micro-scratches in the car’s finish while wiping. If we miss a spot while washing we will grind that dirt into the finish while drying. Typically after a car wash we find ourselves hanging wet towels on the trunk lids of our cars. There’s got to be something better.

Enter Proctor Gamble with their new product: Mr. Clean AutoDry Carwash. This is the same Mr. Clean product line that’s been around for 45 years, although never directed toward the car-care market. What they came up with is this:

We spoke with Dr. Alan Goldstein, P G’s chemist who developed the system. He’s a car guy who steered the company to create a product that addresses the fact that people are still washing and drying their cars the same way they’ve done for the last 100 years, in spite of major improvements in car finishes. In fact, people are still using harsh detergents (dishwasher soap, for instance) on car finishes, not to mention the incorrect use of towels and chamois.

Instead, Dr. Goldstein reasoned, a product should be offered that contains the correct soap formulation, the ability to control all wash functions in one unit, and a “drying” system that will eliminate hand-drying. That’s where the chemistry comes in.

The system uses a specially-formulated soap that helps to float the dirt/grease away, plus a deionizing cartridge that filters particulates and other impurities out of the wash water during final rinse. Theoretically, then, the rinse water will “sheet” away, leaving the car dry and free of water spots. Since the system is self-contained, there is no need of a wash bucket. According to instructions, all you do is hold the wash system in one hand and your sponge/rag/brush in the other.

We loaded the liquid soap (it smells great, by the way!) into the system’s tank and then inserted the deionizing cartridge. Once the hose was connected we were ready to wash.

It only took a minute or two to get used to the controls. The thumb-switch on the top turns the water on and off, and the rotating control at the front moves from “rinse” to “soap” to “dry” mode. As with all other forms of washing you first start with an overall rinse.

You start by rinsing the car.