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So you want your car to be shinny and spot free? Mr. Clean has gotten out of the car wash business so we have to take matters into our own hands. First let me say that this was not my invention, this came from NastyStang113, though he has a slightly different set up, which is what led me to this write up.

Here is my outside setup, you’ll notice the faucet does not lend itself to convenient use of a splitter, if you can use a splitter you can substitute that for the quick connects… but the idea is the same



So what you will need (Home Depot, you can substitute many of these with similar items):



1x reel leader hose (hose extension) $6.98
1x filter canister (GEXWHO4F) comes with a bracket but no filter $17.98
Filters: I got a 2 pack of FWTC rev 2, they remove sediment plus chlorine $11.62
2x Hose Quick Disconnect Sets (1male 1 female per set) $5.47 each [you see 1 set and 1 male in the picture because I already had a female at the house)
1x 3/4” to 1/2” Hose Adapter [3/4” FH x 3/4” MiP to Tapped 1/2” FiP (WATTS A-679 ]$3.53
1x 3/4" to 3/4" Tapped Hose Adapter [3/4” MiH x3/4” MiP x 1/2" tapped FiP (WATTS A-665)] $3.53
Some Teflon Tape $0.98

My receipt total was $57.63 after tax, but included a clamp I was going to use for a bracket ($1.83)because I didn’t know the filter came with a bracket (d’oh), and a $0.99 bag of skittles my 4 year old wanted. So if you don’t bring your kids you can save some money… Oh and I noticed Home Depot was nice enough to not charge me for Teflon tape … With Logistics out of the way let’s get started.

First unpack everything make sure it’s all there.. open up the filters system



You’ll see the bracket, and wrench, you may or may not need the wrench, NastyStang113 says to hand tighten but I had to use the wrench, then again I have seriously high water pressure. Open up the filters, put one filter into the canister and tighten. It’s up to you if you want to use the nifty battery operated filter reminder, but given it’s based on time, it’s probably not valuable because you won’t be running water though this 24x7, the filter should last 3 months easy.

Next Teflon tape the adapters



Put the adapters and bracket on the filter

Place the bracket around the holes and then tighten them into the filter. The 3/4" to 1/2" (one with a large nut on it) goes on the “IN” side of the filter and the other fits onto the “OUT” side. You’ll want to use a wrench to make sure these are very tight, don’t over tighten, but they need to be in there good to prevent leaks





All set..good.. now the ‘complicated part’

You need a quick disconnect on the house faucet (female)



Quick Connect Male end on the leader hose, the other end of the leader hose will connect AND STAY CONNECTED to the “IN” part of the filter.
On the end of your everyday use hose, place a 2nd male connector: this is so you can connect directly to the house faucet or to the filter as needed. This allows easy switching from car wash to anything else. Again if you have the ability to use a splitter directly from the faucet it’s a good option.
On the “OUT” of the filter place the 2nd Female connector, again tighten with a wrench, but do not over tighten. By now it should look like this…



Now you can mount the filter, mount it wherever you want, it’s 2 screws you put them in and the bracket has a standard “bighole & slot” form so you can fit it over the screws and it will hang. For my set up I mounted it to my hose carrier, it works.





Now connect your leader hose from the filter to the house faucet quick connect, and your hose quick connect (male) to the filter quick connect (male) and clean your car.

A few notes, there is some noticeable pressure loss, if you need high pressure you simply have to leave your washing nozzle “off” and it will build up then when you depress the nozzle you’ll have a few seconds of high pressure. This isn’t a big deal since when rinsing you really want a lower pressure (mist or shower nozzle) held close to the car.

As for pressure build up, I haven’t tested this, but given this kind of set up you may not want to leave your water turned on with a nozzle connected and not being used for too long, I’m unsure as to the amount of ‘build up’ the filter and all the quick connects can take.. maybe someone else can chime in on that part.

We’ll that’s it.. buy a filter every few months or so (depending on usage), I know with normal RO/DI systems the filters that have to be replaced the most are at least 3-6 months, most last a year, and that’s constant use. With this kind of filtration I’m sure you can go at least 3 months from a filter. Unless you’re washing 3 cars every other day... you get the idea. And don’t forget a quality car wash, and it’s a good idea to at least wipe down the majority of the water after the rise.

If anyone has anything to add please let me know and I’ll edit, I’m by no means a ‘water guru’ just happened to do this after Nasty gave me the idea!
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Nice!! It looks good. As far as the water pressure build up. I haven't had any issues and I've been using this set-up for nearly a year with no problems. I did recently switch to a different filter than the GE like you have but only because they were sold out of filters and I really needed to wash my car! LOL
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i seriously need to do this, my car gets horrible water spots. good writeup!
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Nice!! It looks good. As far as the water pressure build up. I haven't had any issues and I've been using this set-up for nearly a year with no problems. I did recently switch to a different filter than the GE like you have but only because they were sold out of filters and I really needed to wash my car! LOL
Glad to know.. now I need to go wash mine
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So does it actually help alot nasty? I'm just asking you because you have black as well.
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It helps but nothing is going to fix improper washing.
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It helps but nothing is going to fix improper washing.
Well i mean just spotting. My car spots before i even get a chance to dry parts of it. Thats why i always do the hood first. Cuz it's the worst. I'm about to start washing my car at night under light because even in the shade isn't enough since its started warming up. So is it the sediments in the water that actually leave a residue behind?
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Yes, the filter will help with that. I like to remove my nozzle and use the sheeting method on my car during the wash otherwise I'll get spots. I find it helps out a lot. It sounds like you're off to a good start. Proper washing is the most important step in detailing in my opinion. If you aren't going to take the effort to wash it properly than it makes everything else worthless. I flat out will NOT wash my car at anything but dusk. It's just not worth it especially with a black car. I washed my car tonight and finished at 10:45 with the help of construction lights. LOL
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Yes, the filter will help with that. I like to remove my nozzle and use the sheeting method on my car during the wash otherwise I'll get spots. I find it helps out a lot. It sounds like you're off to a good start. Proper washing is the most important step in detailing in my opinion. If you aren't going to take the effort to wash it properly than it makes everything else worthless. I flat out will NOT wash my car at anything but dusk. It's just not worth it especially with a black car. I washed my car tonight and finished at 10:45 with the help of construction lights. LOL
Yeah, the only thing that helps is a wax and a glaze... That can take water spots off and make it nice and shiny. I do that at the end of the wash. (Not with a motorized one, because i heard doing that too often takes off the clear)
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Yes, the filter will help with that. I like to remove my nozzle and use the sheeting method on my car during the wash otherwise I'll get spots. I find it helps out a lot. It sounds like you're off to a good start. Proper washing is the most important step in detailing in my opinion. If you aren't going to take the effort to wash it properly than it makes everything else worthless. I flat out will NOT wash my car at anything but dusk. It's just not worth it especially with a black car. I washed my car tonight and finished at 10:45 with the help of construction lights. LOL
Do you have a large open yard or something?

At my folks place where the garage is it's surrounded by oak trees so there is a ton of shade. just sucks horribly in the spring with the tree sperm.

I've tried washign my car at dusk/night, but always feel as though I missed something even if I have my worklights out Just me I guess.
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Yeah, the only thing that helps is a wax and a glaze... That can take water spots off and make it nice and shiny. I do that at the end of the wash. (Not with a motorized one, because i heard doing that too often takes off the clear)
I have pics of a Cobalt that I detailed taht went through automatic carwashes. It's speaks for everything...

As for the water spots, if waxing the car is 'removing' them, you either A) didn't wash the car correctly (these are mineral deposits from the water) or B) the wax is filling them in which is typical of just about every OTC wax except for Meg's 26, Gold Class (light fillers), and NXT. All the other's that i know of fill crap in.
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I have pics of a Cobalt that I detailed taht went through automatic carwashes. It's speaks for everything...

As for the water spots, if waxing the car is 'removing' them, you either A) didn't wash the car correctly (these are mineral deposits from the water) or B) the wax is filling them in which is typical of just about every OTC wax except for Meg's 26, Gold Class (light fillers), and NXT. All the other's that i know of fill crap in.
Idk, there water at my new house is horrible. Except it feels great in the shower. Its real soft water, so idk. I may invest in one of these setups. Great stuff there.
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Do you have a large open yard or something?

At my folks place where the garage is it's surrounded by oak trees so there is a ton of shade. just sucks horribly in the spring with the tree sperm.

I've tried washign my car at dusk/night, but always feel as though I missed something even if I have my worklights out Just me I guess.
Acreage!! It's got it's benefits and draw backs though.

I try to wash right as the sun is half way setting so I have enough light but not enough to cause spotting. Tonight was just a odd ball night. I don't think I've washed this late.
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I wash my car at high noon, in fact I tested this when I was done, just hosed off the truck, didn't even wash it, sun was shinning, and there was no water spotting (just spotting from the dirt that didn't come off, the parts that were clean, were shinny).
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Will deff have to do this, thanks for the write up man, +reps
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Will deff have to do this, thanks for the write up man, +reps
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Sorry, but a carbon filter will not remove any salt (hardness that causes spots). You need a deionizing filter, or a RO system if you want spot free water. I use a RO system with 20 gallons on reserve, feeding a air hose like on a roll up thing. It works great! I still dry the car because if you don't, dust will collect on the water spots and form dust spots. They are much easier to wipe off, but it won't be super clean.
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Sorry, but a carbon filter will not remove any salt (hardness that causes spots). You need a deionizing filter, or a RO system if you want spot free water. I use a RO system with 20 gallons on reserve, feeding a air hose like on a roll up thing. It works great! I still dry the car because if you don't, dust will collect on the water spots and form dust spots. They are much easier to wipe off, but it won't be super clean.
So you're saying that sediment isn't going to create water spots when it dries? I beg to differ. Like I said, I've got well water so it's not as if my water is going to be perfectly clean without spending close to $4,000. The sediment filter does without a doubt help.
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So you're saying that sediment isn't going to create water spots when it dries? I beg to differ. Like I said, I've got well water so it's not as if my water is going to be perfectly clean without spending close to $4,000. The sediment filter does without a doubt help.
Sediment will leave spots when it drys, but they are not the "traditional" water spots. On a well system its a good idea, but wells can also have really hard water and carbon will do nothing for that.
I just set up a whole house filter system. Pretty crazy by most peoples standards. 25um prefilter into a 4x20" 50-5um gradient filter, then to a 4x20" 1um absolute filter, then it T's into 2 4x20" carbon filters. Pressure gauges on each filter to determine when and what is clogging. There are no filters installed in this pic, but you get the idea. Now my water is chlorine and particulate free!!
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