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    Wow, great method!

    Is there anything similar to this that you would recommend for daily drivers? Obviously this method is meant for weekend cars.

    Or maybe this process could work as well, by washing the towels after every washing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GotToyota? View Post
    Wow, great method!

    Is there anything similar to this that you would recommend for daily drivers? Obviously this method is meant for weekend cars.

    Or maybe this process could work as well, by washing the towels after every washing.
    This method is meant for any day of the week. Just buy more microfiber towels!

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    I'd like to say props to Garry for never resting when it comes to thinking of new ideas. There are so many benefits to washing using the Garry Dean method. It's a twist on previous methods I've seen, and is the best method I've seen to date for rinseless washing.

    Lots of ways to tweak or detweak to your liking. I already have some ideas.

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    This is awesome - thanks for sharing Garry!
    Quote Originally Posted by Blueline View Post
    I own a silver vehicle and a black vehicle owns me. The black one demands attention, washing, detailing, waxing and an occasional dinner out at a nice restaurant. The silver one demands nothing and it looks just fine. I think the black vehicle is taking advantage of me, and the silver car is more my style. We can go out for a drive without her makeup and she looks fine. If I want to take the black one out, it is three or four hours in the "bathroom" to get ready.

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    No problem!

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    Re: The Garry Dean Wash Method... Finally...

    how long can you store that bucket with all the wet towels in it?

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    I'm guessing that depends a lot on your local weather. In the cool of the north it will probably take longer for your towels to get moldy than in the humid heat of the deep south.

    And I wouldn't be surprised if a pro like Garry has never found out. He goes through a lot of washes so his buckets aren't likely to sit around very long before being used up and re-filled.

    For the home detailer that won't be turning over their towels and wash solution very often, I'd recommend a modified version of the system, sort of a "two-bucket Garry Dean method."

    By filling one bucket with wash solution and keeping your towels clean and dry in a second bucket (or bin), you just grab towels and dip them in the solution as needed. You never need to leave towels sitting in the solution.

    This takes slightly longer per wash because you're grabbing and dipping towels, not just grabbing them. It's a fast motion and a small price to pay for the ease of keeping towels dry and ready for anything.

    It really ends up taking three buckets, one for wash solution, one for dry towels and a third one to give you someplace to toss used, wet, dirty towels.

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    Re: The Garry Dean Wash Method... Finally...

    Garry, Great video, Really like this concept especially during the spring time when you have a ton of pollen.
    This is also great when you have clients where you are maintaining there vehicle on a weekly bases.
    To me one of the keys to this system is having paint that is sealed and waxed properly and the wax is maintained regularly to keep scratching an marring from happening.

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