Re: Washing Your Jeep
Optimum No Rinse is great. I first used to use it when I lived in an apartment. I still use it at my house because I can wash the car in the garage, it's quicker than the hose/bucket method and safer.
ONR is a great product and is a far better alternative to "touchless wash". Touchless washes use harsch chemicals that will remove most waxes. They also don't remove most of the dirt. They remove larger pieces, but always leave a film and a trace of dirt behind. Take any white car through a touchless and you'll see the film that isn't removed from the paint. Then you're going to dry it with a mf towel and rub that dirt all over your paint? Not good.
The easiest way to keep the car in great shape is use the ONR and then spray it down with optimum's spray wax or their opti-seal. I don't work for optimum, but the way I push their products, I should. It is by far the best car care stuff I've used and the easiest to apply.
2012 Grand Cherokee Overland Summit
5.7 Hemi v8