Gumby Sauce Posted June 11, 2021 Share Posted June 11, 2021 Hi all, I have been using ONRWW for years, using about 10 microfiber pads and discarding them after each section/panel. I wanted to say how great it was and safe too, one time i dropped the bucket and it splashed my whole face with the solution, it got in my eyes and mouth, but it didn't do any harm at all, so i appreciate how non-toxic it is too! My ONRWW is getting low and i went to buy it again but then i read about the new formula of ONR, and that sounds great, but the ONRWW didn't appear to have the new formula and the local dealer is out of stock of ONRWW as well. So I was wondering if i bought the new formula ONR and added some OCW (Optimum Car Wax) to it, would that essentially make it a new formula ONRWW and is it safe to do so? If so, what dilutions would people suggest? Or would it be better to just wash the car first using ONR new formula and then give it a quick spray with OCW afterwards before drying? I live in Outback Australia so i really need as much UV protection as possible, but it's also very dirty and dusty too so the thought of the new formula benefits with OCR and the extra polymers etc i don't want to miss out on either. The other question i had was the wheels, onrww works great on the cars paint but it seems to struggle with the brake dust on the wheels (Audi Q8). Should i increase the dilution or is there another Optimum product better suited to wheels that people suggest. Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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