Re: Preferred method for waterless "washing"?
I clay bar and it removes all the surface grit you can feel with your hand. Just did it one time. Then I use the Mequires carnuba liquid wax with a Harbor Freight buffer. I have a car cover for indoors and never use it and I really like looking at my Baby every day when I enter the garage. That's the beauty of not driving it, being able to see it on a regular basis. Like a girl friend maybe? I dust it with microfiber cloths once a week. The old california duster has some kind of stuff in it that holds the dust and it builds up and eventually scratches the surface with fine scratches. I've shifted the Cali duster to just the engine compartment . No water ever.
66 SS-396/425 - M22 -3:73 -12 bolt