I really like this stuff. I am far from a detail fanatic, in fact I hate washing my cars and tend to rush. I did both these cars yesterday in a little more than an hour and I think they came out pretty good.
Edited to add: the superduty wheels took an addition 30 minutes, they were bad
2020 Porsche Cayenne 2017 Ford F250 6.7 PS 2016 Ford F150 3.5 EB 2016 Porsche 981 GTS 2015 Ford Mustang 2.3 EB My car list is getting long 1994 Porsche 968 Coupe 1987 Porsche 944 Turbo
Reset is a great shampoo, especially if you car is ceramic coated (such as both of my hondas). Although, I don't use it more than every 4th-5th wash - too expensive. My go to maintenance shampoo is Adams - really good stuff at fair price.
I love Reset, along with the Hydro2 and/or Reload combination. Now that one of my vehicles is black, Reload can be difficult to work, but most of the time, it's just easier to apply Hydro2, rinse, and dry.
What I'm using as a drying aid and a topper for CQ UK is a mix of 1oz of Reload/1 oz of ECH2O and 28oz of distilled water. Works really well, CQ on my wife Pilot lasted two years and just starting to show signs of degradation. I have a bottle of CQ UK3.0 sitting on the shelf and will be polishing/coating these upcoming holidays.