Alright, so I finally got around to using this stuff tonight to clean up my work truck (98 Black Ford Explorer, so nothing special, but recently clayed at waxed). To be short, it was awesome. I felt like it did exactly what I was hoping and wanting it to. My truck wasn't too dirty, but it worked almost exactly like UW&WA, which is what I was hoping for. I felt like I didn't have to use a ton of product, maybe even a little less than UW&WA, and it easily pulled off the light dirt that was on the truck. I used it on the windows as well and it didn't seem to streak at all (I'll update if it did once I drive it in the sun). It was actually very effective at getting a couple of bugs off the front window too, and I didn't have any type of wax or anything on my window.
I used it at a 6:1 ratio and felt really good about the product and results. At this dilution, it would make 7 gallons; so, for the price comparison to UW&WA at this dilution:
One 26 ounce bottle of UW&WA is $13 or $0.50 per fluid ounce. This equals $16 for a 32 oz bottle
One gallon of RFEW&W is $55, which at a 6:1 ratio creating 7 gallons (896 oz) it's just over $0.06 per fluid ounce. This equals $1.92 for a 32 oz bottle
In my view, this stuff works very comparable to UW&WA (I couldn't really tell any difference) yet is over $14 cheaper for every 32 oz bottle (at this dilution ratio - supposedly it could be diluted up to 20:1!!!!). Simply Awesome!!! Not sure if I'll find a reason to buy UW&WA any more unfortunately but I guess that's a good thing.
Nice work on this Megs, awesome product for us heavy users of a waterless wash and wax.
BTW prices that I got are what were currently on ADS.