January 29, 2012
Bought this along with the 8 oz jar of Poorboy's clay, since it recommended using this for lubricant. At $15, it's not as cheap as Meguiar's Last Touch 1 gal when we're talking about using it as a clay lubricant. I would have bought that but it wasn't in stock at the time. Still, it seems to work great as lube, even when diluted 2:1 with water. The fluid has about the same viscosity as water, is not slippery to the feel, and is heavily perfumed. I am not a fan of the perfume smell personally, since it is quite heavy and smells sweet/cheap. If Poorboy could tone the smell down and make it less cloying, it'd be better. Cleaning power seems good; it lifts weeks old dirt off of my car with ease, although you have to be consistent with flipping the towel over to expose fresh fabric to the paintwork.
I'd rate it a 4, simply because of the perfume smell. Its performance isn't in question; it works great.
Note: I've never used another waterless wash before, but it works as advertised in my experience.