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Mr. Clean Auto Dry #204412 Jun 22, 10:18am Jun 22, 10:18am
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Mr. Clean Auto Dry
This product works very well! The only spot that it left water spots on was on the Hood..so next time I will have to make sure and dry that area. Other than that, it did a very good job.

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: BeQuietAndDrive] #204413 Jun 22, 10:26am Jun 22, 10:26am
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yup this stuff is outstanding thumbsup

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: RicePowered] #204414 Jun 22, 12:58pm Jun 22, 12:58pm
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also you can get their free $3.00 off coupon...

http://www.homemadesimple.com/mrcleanautodry/coupon.shtml happywink


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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: RicePowered] #204415 Jun 22, 1:11pm Jun 22, 1:11pm
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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: gtscelica05] #204416 Jun 22, 1:15pm Jun 22, 1:15pm
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Good for 10 washes right?

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: falkkor] #204417 Jun 22, 1:28pm Jun 22, 1:28pm
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many people seem to like it... personally, I still prefer hand-drying

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: Sultan] #204418 Jun 22, 1:48pm Jun 22, 1:48pm
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It fooled me one day...i thought it washed the car without scrubbing...i was wrong. but i guess it works well for the Auto Drying hehe, cheapest place i found it at was walmart! go there!

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: Sultan] #204419 Jun 22, 1:48pm Jun 22, 1:48pm
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got it, used it 1 time and now it sitting there collecting dust. Yeah, a lots of people like it, but I prefer hand-drying better.


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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: kevin2] #204420 Jun 22, 2:40pm Jun 22, 2:40pm
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thumbsup thumbsup thumbsup I have it, its great!!!

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: Virgilson] #204421 Jun 22, 2:41pm Jun 22, 2:41pm
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so what does it do?? Sprays the soap on, but then you have to actually scrub the car, then rinse and then thats it???

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: Celicacutie] #204422 Jun 22, 2:56pm Jun 22, 2:56pm
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I dont like it, its does not clean as well as a good ol hand wash for obvious reasons and holding that damm huge CAN for a long period of time is annoying... The fine spray rinse off thingy is TOO fine and it takes for everrrrrrr to rinse the car so you dont get any spots... I think maybe a version two is needed... ya know like "DADDY CLEAN" or sommin thumbsup rofl


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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: Celicacutie] #204423 Jun 22, 2:58pm Jun 22, 2:58pm
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Yes, it's fabulous. It's got a dial with 3 settings (regular water, soap, de-ionized water). You spray the de-ionized water at the end and drys all pretty without spots.
Then, of course, as soon as I was done, a bird crapped all over my door. Grrrrr.

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: DJ_Curtiz] #204424 Jun 22, 3:03pm Jun 22, 3:03pm
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I think the reason why this product works and doesn't work for some people is due to hard or soft water.


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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: SPec_ceLICA] #204425 Jun 22, 6:36pm Jun 22, 6:36pm

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i have heard nuttin but good stuff from the product thumbsup

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry #204426 Jun 22, 6:41pm Jun 22, 6:41pm
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i want to try one out... they sound cool

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: cycocelica] #204427 Jun 22, 6:46pm Jun 22, 6:46pm
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someone find me a place where i can hook up a hose and i'll try it. damn apts!


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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: Maxx] #204428 Jun 22, 6:51pm Jun 22, 6:51pm
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i heard you have to use it in the shade...correct me if im wrong because when my roomate tried it and it still left water spots

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: SmutasticGT] #204429 Jun 22, 8:55pm Jun 22, 8:55pm
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it's always a good idea to wash and wax in the shade - no matter what you're using...

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: SmutasticGT] #204430 Jun 22, 8:58pm Jun 22, 8:58pm
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I've had it since it first hit the market. The first time I used it, it was about 85 degrees out and about 2 o' clock in the afternoon. No spots, not a single one. Yes, you do have to go over the car with a sponge, wash mitt, rag, etc. It states that very clearly on the box. Then, you go slowly over with the auto dry deionized water. This part is kind of time comsuming, but make sure to get all parts of the car. Auto dry does not mean it dries fast, just that the water doesn't leave spots when it dries.

Also, I have found that using other brands of soap in conjunction with the auto dry feature is NOT effective. It's something about the makeup of the Mr. Clean soap that works along with the auto dry. I tried using Meguiars gold class soap, then auto drying, NO GOOD. Had to dry by hand.


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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: BeQuietAndDrive] #204431 Jun 22, 9:08pm Jun 22, 9:08pm
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i love it! it did a really good job cleaning the car. no water spots or anything.

the auto dry is great. no streaks and saves time.

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: CelicaGirl25] #204432 Jun 23, 6:46am Jun 23, 6:46am
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how does it work on BLACK cars?

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: Celicacutie] #204433 Jun 23, 6:49am Jun 23, 6:49am
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why would you want to hand dry, it's a PITA. spineyes

I've been using this for awhile, it works great!

I've used it on a Carbon Blue car, Susan, and it dried clear. wave


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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: DiabloGTS] #204434 Jun 23, 7:01am Jun 23, 7:01am
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my dad swears by it but i've yet to try it.. i like had drying too... i use that wiper blade thing to get off most of the water then just hand dry the rest..

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: Justice] #204435 Jun 23, 7:13am Jun 23, 7:13am
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works very well thumbsup


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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: CELIBORGY] #204436 Jun 23, 7:19am Jun 23, 7:19am
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hand drying to me takes 2 seconds...honest.

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: Celicacutie] #204437 Jun 23, 7:21am Jun 23, 7:21am
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it takes me 15 minutes to dry my silver car spineyes

autodry takes 30 seconds


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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: DiabloGTS] #204438 Jun 23, 7:26am Jun 23, 7:26am
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Hmm, maybe my car is special? I just run my shamois over it and its all dry and sparkly, no spots either confused

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: Celicacutie] #204439 Jun 23, 7:31am Jun 23, 7:31am
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maybe you have good water.

the water where I live is so hard, it's ice laughsilly


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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: DiabloGTS] #204440 Jun 23, 7:54am Jun 23, 7:54am
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i like it! works well. thumbsup


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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: falkkor] #204441 Jun 23, 8:20am Jun 23, 8:20am
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Originally Posted by falkkor
Good for 10 washes right?

the one that is included with the package is only good for 3. the refills are 10. wtf

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: greaser_lee] #204442 Jun 23, 8:55am Jun 23, 8:55am
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How much is the kit?


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Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: celicatalbot] #204443 Jun 23, 10:02am Jun 23, 10:02am
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Originally Posted by celicatalbot
How much is the kit?

less than $20 at wal-mart.

Re: Mr. Clean Auto Dry [Re: greaser_lee] #204444 Jun 23, 10:25am Jun 23, 10:25am
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im rollin to wal-mart to go try it, see ya's!


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