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mach_y
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mach_y Jun 23, 7:01pm - #205738 
2000 silver Toyota Celica GT
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Review: Mr. Clean Autodry

I recently bought this thing, very skeptical from the get-go.

The water in my town is VERY hard... I get water spots on EVERYTHING in my house and on my car, even towel drying it off.

I tried it on my dark grey 2002 Camry first. Set the car in the sun for about 2 hours (95 degrees outside) to get nice and hot. With the sun full on the car, I proceeded to wash my car by the directions of the Mr. Clean. No drying whatsoever. Stepped back and waited.


I could NOT find a single water spot anywhere on the car, and I looked. Not on the windows, not on the paint, nothing.

With this thing only costing $1 a wash in the long run for refills, I'm hooked smile
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RicePowered Jun 23, 7:02pm - #205739 
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round2gts Jun 23, 7:02pm - #205740 

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yea i heard it wa good stuff i think i need to get some myself

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