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    Retired Telco / IT (MSCCS, MLRP, MIT)
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  • Join Date: 12-01-03

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  1. 11-03-11 08:02 AM
    You said that most of insurance company covers the windshield repair at no cost?
    But my is not full insurance coverage.
    And where to repair?
    do I just go somewhere and get repair, then let them send the bill to my insurance company?
  2. jfelbab
    11-26-08 06:30 AM
    Hi Dvid,

    I've tried the Mr. Clean. I didn't care for the soap and you still needed to wash with a mitt. The mitt would come away black with dirt and I think the wax was largely removed by the soap. The really good thing about the Mr. Clean is the rinse. It does not have much pressure in the mist mode but it does dry mostly spot free as they claim. The spot free filter must be replaced every wash or two to be effective though.

    I don't recommend it. Better you use the two bucket method to wash your car and use good quality car wash. Use new wash mitts and sheet off the water using an open hose with low water flow. Gently dab dry with waffle-weave microfiber towels.

  3. 11-18-08 09:34 PM
    Hi, I have enjoyed reading your postings in the Detail Forum tonight. You gave the same instructions I have been told since washing my Dad's car as a child. I wanted to ask if you have any experience with using the spray on soap process kind of like the "Mr. Clean" hose attachment you find in Walmart? I have read this is a new process almost like a prewash some people are doing on very high end cars. They do this spray wash first then a hand wash. I mention this because I have recently purchased an 06 LS that is black and I fear will scratch easier than the cars I have been used to.
    Thanks for all the information you have shared.

    Thank you,
    North Carolina

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