HotTunaCartel Posted October 25, 2022 Share Posted October 25, 2022 Quick question for anyone else that lives in the north or areas where there is a substantial amount of salt applied to the roads. As per my newbie post, just starting using ONR and OOS and love it. Super easy to use but we are starting to go into the winter, where I live its a joy to have a day over 45 degrees during the dead of winter. In the past this wouldn't have been a big issue but in the last 4 years our town and around the area started using salt instead of just embers. I sealed both our vehicles and I'd like to be able to use the hot high pressure wands at the local car wash to knock a lot of buildup off. I got a gallon of OPC which I love, but reading some posts it seems to be a difficult answer as to how much OOS it takes off. I understand its super easy to use OOS as a drying aid which (which I've done several times) will offer some protection until the next wash. But I'm still not sure if there is a better option than OPC to knock the crud off after removing a lot of the salt chunks. Any help would be great. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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