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Duragloss Rinseless Wash with Aquawax 16 oz. #931

Rinse-free auto wash and wax booster in one!

Duragloss Rinseless Wash with Aquawax combines a convenient, all-weather car wash with their top-selling Aquawax! The result is one product that cleans well and coats the paint in gloss and wax-boosting polymers. Now you can wash your vehicle any time, without rinsing, and skip the quick detailer. Duragloss Rinseless Wash with Aquawax does it all!

Rinseless washes are excellent for maintaining a clean vehicle when you do not have access to a water hose. Maybe it's wintertime and you can't detail outside, or you live in an apartment and your access to a water hose is limited. Duragloss Rinseless Wash with Aquawax enables you to wash your vehicle anyway. All you need is a bucket of water, a wash mitt or sponge, and a drying towel.

Duragloss Rinseless Wash has the added benefit of Aquawax. This super slippery wax bonds to your vehicle's existing paint protection, even after you've dried the vehicle. In one step, your vehicle is left clean and incredibly glossy.

Rinseless washes are designed for vehicles that are dusty or mildly dirty. You don't want to use it on a vehicle covered in grit because you might scratch the paint. However, Duragloss Rinseless Wash with Aquawax is a great way to maintain an ordinarily clean vehicle.


Add a half ounce to each gallon of water you use. For most mid-size cars or small SUVs, you will need about 3 gallons of solution to perform a thorough wash. We strongly recommend putting a Grit Guard Insert in the bottom of your wash bucket to help keep dirt in the bottom of the bucket, where it is less likely to transfer back to the paint. Use a clean, soft wash mitt to wash your vehicle section by section, working from the top down. You want to towel-dry your vehicle before it has a chance to dry on its own. Use a Cobra Guzzler Microfiber Waffle Weave Drying Towel. Then use a Deluxe Jr. 600 Microfiber Towel to give it a final buff.

16 oz.

Duragloss Rinseless Wash with Aquawax 16 oz. #931

Our Price: $11.99
Item ID: DG-931
Availability: Usually ships the same business day
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63% Recommend this product (5 of 8 responses)
wilmington, DE
This is an amazing Product . It "flash's " or wipes dry unbelievable easy . Really , owning an Black Car , 2 actually , I absolutely love this Rinseless Wash . Rarely have I needed to wipe dry more then 2 light passes .Black trim even looks dressed . Try it , you will not be disappointed .
ProsDoesn't streak , exceptional cleaning abilities even more exceptional when drying . Gives Black Trim an nice clean and dressed look
ConsIf mixed to stiff it will streak , not con really, follow the directions and you be good .
Strongsville, Ohio
Works Great.....
I was using a wax as you dry product and switched to Duragloss #931. What a difference, much deeper and non-streaking finish. I have a dark blue almost black paint and other products would streak and would require a second coat and major hand buffing. I'm only using 1oz in a 20oz spray bottle and mist car as I dry. I rarely write reviews but this product works great, going to order the Duragloss car wash next.
ProsLeaves a deep glossy finish with easy application.
Portland, OR
Must have
I wound't be without this stuff. I use and like Opt ONR as well. Hard to say which is better. I use a two-bucket wash with this and also put it in a large pump sprayer for a water less wash. I saturate a panel with it and then wipe down. (I would not do this with a lot of visible dirt, of course. I use it as a waterless only for light cleaning.)
Love it
I have been using another rinseless but i think Duragloss may have taken the lead. I would have to say the shine is better than what i was using.
ProsDries nice with no streaking.
United States
Good, but is it really necessary to add Aquawax?
I tried this because I am so impressed with the value and utility of the Duraglosss Aquawax product. True to Duragloss's approach, its fairly priced and works very well.
ProsWorks well--value for money. Has Aquawax in it.
ConsIs it really necessary to have this as a 2 in 1 product? It only takes about 5 minutes to spray wax with Aquawax. . I'm only slightly embarrassed to say I spray with Aquawax anyway. I can't bring myself to test whether the stuff in the wash is as good as an application sprayed on. conventionally. Can go sour if mixed batch not used immediately. I'm in the habit of washing my mf towels (I use the "Garry Dean" method, where you soak a couple of dozen towels in your rinseless and then slap them on the finish for a couple of swipes to wash). and then putting them a newly made batch of rinseless with a lid on the bucket. In warm weather the mixture can sour in a couple of weeks although it still worked well. This did not happen with the rinse-only brand I used.