Originally Posted by DocBrown
And I bet you smelled pretty and had nice soft hands when you were done!
I never heard of this before, I may just try this.
LOL! Yeah, they smelled for a while, and I had a tough time with the feeling they left on my hands, but when I saw my shiny new-looking truck, I got over it pretty quick!
I've seen people put a couple sheets and some water in a spray bottle, let it sit for a while and spray it on the area you want to clean. That seemed to work pretty well, but I'm too lazy for that, I just went inside and grabbed one, sprayed the truck with plain water and went to work. All told, I used 3 of them and they were filthy when I was done. The worst part was my hand cramping up because there's really nothing to grab to get leverage when you're wiping the sheet over the truck.
When I rinsed off the truck, the water beaded up like I had just waxed it. I gave it a good wash with a cleaner wax after I got all the bugs off and it's still the best car-wash I've ever had.
Anyway, I understand it works for grease and oil as well, but I haven't tried that yet.
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