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Washed, detail - sprayed car on Sunday.
Monday, as I'm otw to work, rain starts.
Sun comes out in the afternoon, drying the rain drops into water spots all over the freshly cleaned car.

I go home Monday, spend 5 min. with Speed Shine. Water spots gone, and car looks like it did on Sunday.

If I was limited to one product, this would be it!
 

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Well, I never put a stop watch to it, but I suppose it does indeed take me longer than 5 mn. "5 min" is just a buzz word for "quick" :)
 

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Hehe, yep! What cracks me up is when someone equates "time spent" as a measurement of "a job well done"... I've seen some horrendous jobs taken hours, and seen some well done jobs take minutes..."time spent" does not equal "quality" IMO. ;)
 

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Is that like Eagle One (Wet) Wipe 'n Shine?

I use it every night (after the Cal. Duster) to get any spots off.

Just before I put on the cover (yes, in the Garage)

I went over a month without washing my car, although I'm still doing the Rims twice a week....
 

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Try a little in the wash bucket, say 1/2 cup in two gallons. Gives a little better depth in the shine. Be sure to rinse quickly.
 
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