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Car Wash

Car shampoo gives your vehicle's paintwork the protection it needs and leave your car gleaming with our selection of car shampoo products. There is no ''right'' product to wash your car. However, what you don't want to do is use any soap that is not specifically for car spray paint. Car wash shampoo's are are pH balanced which means that they won't break down existing car wax or paint sealants already on the car, and they are formulated with lubricants, like coconut oil which encapsulate dirt particles and allow them to be harmlessly rinsed away.

Waterless Car Wash

Waterless car wash, also called waterless wash or rinseless wash is a safe and simply way to wash your car without a water hose. Using a clean and soft microfiber towel, lightly wipe the panel, ensuring that you frequently flip the microfibre towel to a clean side. Spray once again over the panel surface. Wipe the surface, this time using a fresh clean towel, removing the dust and dirt. Repeat this procedure around the entire vehicle and finish with a final wipe over every panel with a fresh, clean towel as required. Waterless and rinseless washes are both excellent options for people living in apartments or condos, in water-restricted areas, or they can be used during the winter months, when washing the car outside isn’t ideal.

How do I wash my car?

The car shampoo and wash mitt you use to wash your car, is a matter of personal preference and what works best for you. The best car shampoo is pH balanced and reduces the chances of scratches and swirl marks. The higher quality andmore expensive brands car wash shampoo will give a nicer result, luxuriant aroma, more bubbles and a slick finish. Always wash the paintwork of your car from the top down and rinse often, to avoid contaminating your wash mitt or car wash sponge. Since the bottom of a vehicle is the dirtiest, save it for last. After washing your car or vehicle, dry it with a clean microfibre towel to avoid water spots.

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