Iâ€™m no expert, and Iâ€™m cheap, but some of the items seem pretty steep. I assume the Ultimate Guzzler Waffle Weave is a cloth to wash with? Iâ€™d think thereâ€™s something out there for a lot less than forty bucks. I WISH I had a Porter Cable but I have to get by with a Craftsman but it does the job and for a lot less. To me the Foam Gun seems unnecessary. Dip your sponge or whatever in a bucket and wash. Is the Boarâ€™s Hair Brush for the tires? I donâ€™t see the need to spend sixty-five bucks on a brush. Buy something at the local hardware store. Scrub the tires with it to get the heavy dirt off, then use a spray foam tire cleaner. They say you donâ€™t have to wipe them off but they streak if you donâ€™t, so spray, let sit a bit, then wipe off with an old towel. The grit guard on the bucket sounds like a good idea but what Iâ€™d do if I had a ride with a brand new paint job was to get two regular buckets. Put the car wash in one and plain water in the other. After you wash a section of your truck, rinse the sponge or whatever youâ€™re using off in the plain water, that way the grit and dirt stays there, then dip it back in the bucket with the car wash in it. Is the Bodywork Shampoo a car wash solution? You can get some good Meguiarâ€™s for a lot less. Iâ€™ll admit, Iâ€™m cheap, but it seems like you could get by without some of the items and find alternatives to the others for a lot les. Iâ€™ve had very good luck and been very pleased with the Meguiarâ€™s products. Iâ€™ve also heard a lot of good things about Zano. Itâ€™s spendier than the Meguiarâ€™s but still not too expensive.