Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Ryuhei, Apr 8, 2004.
...if they don't have water tanks?
Quite a few use QEW
Quick, easy, and waterless - it's a special pommade extracted from scottwax's purple teet of detailing knowledge.
Quick 'N Easy Wash it's called. Only requires a few gallons of water.
Anyone care to elaborate? Like where it can be bought and how it works (and if it's any good)?
search for it or go to www.autopia.org and search for it
I read up on it. Sounds cool. So now that I'm learned up on that, how do mobile detailers vacuum in the midlde of a parking lot? Thanks all.
I have 3 vacuums. One is a full sized plug in vacuum and most office complexes do have available plugs (and using their outlet means no generator making noise all afternoon) but if no outlet is available, I have a 12v Campbell-Hausen (spelling?) that is like a hand held Dirt Devil (with rotating brushes and hose attachments) that is suprisingly powerful and I also have a rechargable Euro Shark that worked great for about 6 months but now the battery life blows. I am going to get a Riyobi 18v rechargable wet/dry vac that is supposed to be really good.