Shawn F. Posted April 16, 2009 Share Posted April 16, 2009 I was on Mobileworks.com and saw a new product that is supposedly good called Freedom One. They are an "Eco Friendly" product and supposed to have the waterless wash solution like Optimums No Rinse. I may try a sample out and see how it works but was wondering what you guys think. The guy PM'd me about it and seems like a big time sells person. I asked him about it and the response I got was a little bit like a commercial saying that it's the best, I really need to use it, etc. One of the quotes I got was: "thats just it.... our product is 1 step , wash and wax , slickness is beyond whatever you have used... ". Another was: "Brother let me tell you, we are in the works of making the FINEST waterless car wash for body shops only that you have EVER seen..... Also needless to say, our eco-friendly waterlessproducts rule the streets .....". Now some may say it's ok but to me, when I talk to a company about a product, if it sounds like they are trying to tell me it's the best and they sound like a commercial and treat me like I am an idiot and will buy anything, then I usually am not impressed. I like the more "friendly" approach where they can say "here try a sample, see for yourself how you like it" and let the product do the talking. That's just me. I am not talking bad on the company, just giving my first impression on it even though I have not even talked to the guy in person which I plan to do soon. One thing he PM'd me on was because someone in the forums asked about going waterless. I told them about Optimum No Rinse and to follow it up with Optimum Spray Wax when drying all in two steps (wash and wax/dry). He said their product wash's and waxes in one because the slickness is beyond anything I will use. Slickness and an actual wax protecting coating are two different things. I dont use wax for it's gloss and slickness, I use it for a UV protectant. I sometimes wonder if some companies just make and sell a product or if they are big car enthusiasts as ourselves and actually do the work on vehicles as a living and KNOW what a vehicles paint needs?... Anyways, please feel free to post your oppinions, comments and suggestions. And please dont take this in a negative way, I am NOT bashing the company at all! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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