The Best Rinseless Wash I've used
November 5, 2010
This product has excellent lubricity, certainly enough to clean a very dusty or a little grimy car safely without inducing scratches, yet it is thin enough to spray in a fine mist with the Griot's World's Finest Sprayer, and do so very evenly, so as to use the product most effectively and efficiently. Other products I have used come with really sloppy sprayers which splatter product unevenly, forcing me to use more to get even coverage, and hence waste product. You really want to get an even application of WW on the paint so as to let it encapsulate the dirt BEFORE you wipe, and you can't do that with a sloppy sprayer without wasting product. It has excellent cleaning ability, as well, so I don't need to use a 5 minute detailer product, like Griot's Speed Shine after wards, as I have to do with PB, because it cleans so well without leaving behind a slimy film. Granted, it doesn't clean as well as a regular car wash, as no waterless wash product can in my experience, but it cleans well enough to take care of that built up dust and dirt after 3 days after washing if left outside, or is perfect for cleaning the dust that came through a car cover without needing to do a full car wash. It's my go to product for that. It also leaves behind a phenomenal shine without needing a follow up with Speed Shine or 5 minute detailer. Other WW products I have used don't leave behind a nice shine, or if they do, they leave behind little specks of dirt, stuck to the paint by film that the products leave behind. I really like the Pina Colada scent, as well. It smells wonderful. It smells more like a true Pina Colada scent, rather than just a coconut pineapple scent, which is more fruity.