I'm not a big rinseless or waterless wash person but I understand the need for it and I'll use it when needed. Before jumping into N-914 let's talk about the old solution.. ONR. I wasn't a huge fan of Optimum ONR because of the fact it had polymers in it & wasn't just a pure cleaner (Think of car shampoos with stupid wax in them). After getting a lot of input from the guys at work and from some Obsessed Garage fans like Daniel Guss we've decided to move to use McKee's 37 N-914 rinseless solution.
The idea behind using McKee's 37 N-914 is that it's formulated with a highly advanced surfactant that does one thing and one thing only: clean your car without leaving a film behind that alters the look or water beading and sheeting characteristics of your wax, sealant, or coating. At Obsessed Garage, we believe in having one product that does its one job and it's the best we've found at doing that one job. Why would I want my waterless/rinseless wash to have waxes or polymers in it when I'm going to go around the car afterward with what I consider the best drying aid/sealant to clean up any leftover water. This process allows you to use whatever LSP that works best with your coating, sealant or wax.
If you want to use N-914 as a rinseless wash you'll use 1 ounce of N-914 for every 2 gallons of water (1:256), 3 capfuls of N-914 equals one ounce. So if you're going to use our 6 gallon bucket with the full 6 gallons you'll need 9 capfuls of N-914. Distilled or filtered water is recommended but not necessary.
If you want to mix up a pre-soak or waterless wash solution you'll use 1 ounce of N-914 for every one gallon of water (1:128). That comes to 3 capfuls for every gallon of water. Distilled or filtered water is recommended but not necessary.
If you're wanting to use N-914 as a clay lube you'll use the same dilution as a waterless wash (1:128) 1 ounce to a gallon (3 capfuls in a gallon of water). Distilled or filtered water is recommended but not necessary.
You can also use N-914 as a paint prep before applying a coating or sealant. You'll need to mix up 1 ounce (3 capfuls) of N-914 with 8 ounces of water (1:8). This mixture will help you remove any polishing oils from your freshly corrected paint surface and allow better adhesion to the paint surface. Distilled or filtered water is recommended but not necessary.
*We do recommend you measure how much a capful is, due to current supply shortages bottles and caps can be slightly different.
Features & Specifications
- Rinseless Cleaner
- Multiuse 4-in-1 (Rinseless Wash, Waterless Wash, Clay Lubricant, Paint Prep)
- Softens Hard Water
- No Waxes, Polymers, Si02 (Pure Formula)
- Highly Concentrated
Single product replaces 4 dedicated cleaners!
Rinseless Wash: McKee's 37 N-914 Rinseless Wash primarily application is a rinseless wash, where it can be diluted 1 ounce per 256 ounces (2 gallons) of water.
Waterless Wash: Dilute 1 ounce per 128 ounces (1 gallon) of water to use as a waterless wash. Working one panel at a time, spray a liberal amount of diluted N-914 directly onto the panel and wipe clean using a soft microfiber towel. Switch towels often as you work your way around the entire vehicle.
Clay Lubricant: Are you sick and tired of purchasing expensive clay lubricants that cannot be diluted? McKee's 37 N-914 is the solution! Dilute 1 ounce per 128 ounces (1 gallon) of water to use as a super slick clay lubricant. It's a fantastic value!
Paint Prep: It's imperative that you remove polishing oils before applying a paint coating. McKee's 37 N-914, when diluted 1 ounce per 8 ounces of water, is a highly effective paint prep spray that removes polishing oils so your paint coating will properly adhere to the surface.
Water Softener: Do you have hard water? N-914 helps solve that issue! Simply add an ounce to your bucket containing your regular car wash soap. The advanced surfactants in N-914 will help soften hard water.
This item is shipped from our warehouse at OGHQ in Lady Lake, FL. Shipping costs calculated at checkout.