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Cadillac SRX Second Generation Forum (2010-2016) Discussion, Washing Your SRX in Cadillac SRX / XT5 Forums; I always wash the cars myself; usually only dust/occasional rain spots here. Most of the time I do a "spray ...
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    Greg Franklin Guest

    Re: Washing Your SRX

    I always wash the cars myself; usually only dust/occasional rain spots here. Most of the time I do a "spray wash" and "spray wax" with solutions available from www.griotsgarage.com and really like the results. The spray wax is especially good and leaves NO residue of any kind.

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    Huey Driver is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
    Automobile(s): 2014 ELR
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    Re: Washing Your SRX

    Wow, Mark! Thats a sweet looking car but my god it must take some work! Only extra thing I do is keep the engine compartment spotless. Doesnt take much, usually just a rinse every couple months. When I used to do my own wrenchin' (pre cadillac) I wanted a clean deck to work on.
    For the outside, Zaino. Got the whole system, and gradually applying layers as the weather cooperates. Who woulda thunk I coulda gotten a wash and another layer added on Jan 1 in Wash DC? This is the best weather we've had all year!
    Too many nooks and crannies on cars for any automated wash to get it. With Zaino, I dont even have to spend much time, just a bucket of suds and throw the towel around it. Spray polish in between.

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    zinner is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Re: Washing Your SRX

    I think a lot of it has to too with how the car wash is maintained. Do they clean/replace their brushes, do the service the filtering systems, etc. If the don't do that you end up with a brush full of grit and water that is full of dirty/particles.

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