While maintaining my cars over the years I've come to rely on what is called 'Speed Detailer', a watered down synthetic spray that I use to 'dry wash' the car when it's not too dirty. I've used Meguiar's and Turtlewax Ice, currently preferring the Ice spray.
I've also used Aerospace 303 for the exterior vinyl, tires, interior leather and vinyl and my convertible top, it is an amazing product.
I just noticed that they are now selling a 303 Speed Detailer, I bought some a couple weeks ago.
It may seem expensive but it's a 32oz bottle, Ice is 20oz.
Thursday I used it on the FFH which I'd washed 2 days prior and had some bugs and road dust on it.
I used the 303 Speed Detailer when the car was cool, sitting in the garage.
To make a short story out of it, the stuff is extremely easy to use, like other 303 products.
Spray on, wipe dry and the car was very smooth and dry, almost a satin feeling.
I had my wife come out and touch a portion of the paint that was not done yet and an area I'd just applied the 303 SD on, she liked it.
Your hand just glides over the paint, throw a towel on the hood and it slides off.
It's my new favorite for quick cleanups.
Edited by GrySql, 06 July 2013 - 11:27 AM.