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Great post! Thanks for sharing your cleaning kit with us. I started using ONR this winter, and it really is worth all the hype. I've inspected my car very closely under halogens and havent seen any signs of micromarring or swirls. It's just good stuff! I also use optimum car wax...great stuff as well. I think I'll pick up one of those Griot wash buckets. Does it come with that half grit guard?


Moe, I'd really like to read your review of ONR after your tests. I'm curious as to what you'll think of it.
 
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Great post! Thanks for sharing your cleaning kit with us. I started using ONR this winter, and it really is worth all the hype. I've inspected my car very closely under halogens and havent seen any signs of micromarring or swirls. It's just good stuff! I also use optimum car wax...great stuff as well. I think I'll pick up one of those Griot wash buckets. Does it come with that half grit guard?


Moe, I'd really like to read your review of ONR after your tests. I'm curious as to what you'll think of it.
Thanks.
Yes, those Griot's buckets come with a removable shelf which helps wring out your wash mitt. They also sell castors for them but I prefer them the way they are. They're also quite sturdy/solid quality. I think the last Griot's catalog I got shows them in red now.
 
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wow is that in backbay or brookline?

great post!
 
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wow is that in backbay or brookline?

great post!
South End...lots and lots of bricks!
 
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Originally Posted by Coochas View Post
Thanks.
Yes, those Griot's buckets come with a removable shelf which helps wring out your wash mitt. They also sell castors for them but I prefer them the way they are. They're also quite sturdy/solid quality. I think the last Griot's catalog I got shows them in red now.
Griot's makes some neat gadgets sometimes. I like looking through his catalog and enjoy his sense of humor.
 
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South End...lots and lots of bricks!
very cool.
 
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