How to Properly Wash Your Vehicle

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Posted on: 28 November 2015 by Josh Mathews

What are the best products to use in car wash? Most people’s answer is using what you like the best.

Choosing a Car Wash

What are the best products to use in car wash? Most people’s answer is using what you like the best. There are many problems with some household products which used by the people in car wash in http://www.cartrapped.com. Some people use dish detergents which is not right for car wash. These things are only made for vegetable or animal wash. Some people use nice coat wax for polishing the car which is not good for car. Coat wax deforms the color of car. Wax retailers love the owners who use the wax as polish because it increases their sale.

If you want to wax your car properly and wants to keep wax last longer then you should have to use products which are specially made for car. Quality car washes/shampoos (same thing - most cars do not have hair) are usually pH controlled, contain gloss enhancers and some even have small amounts of water-soluble wax. Use only enough car wash to break the electrostatic/ionic bond between the dirt and your car. Start with a clean, large bucket, add a small amount of the car wash and fill with cool or warm water. Avoid hot water, as it will soften the wax. Read the directions on the car wash bottle and try reducing the recommended amount by half. If this amount does a satisfactory job, then try reducing this amount by another 25%. Keep reducing the amount of car wash until you are not happy with the results. Go back one step and you have found the minimum amount of car wash that works for your situation. I use about a half a cap full in 5 gallons of water.

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chandra shekhar posted 22 February 2020

If you want to wax your car properly and wants to keep wax last longer then you should have to use products which are specially made for car. Quality car washes/shampoos (same thing - most cars do not have hair) are usually pH controlled, contain gloss enhancers and some even have small amounts of water-soluble wax. Use only enough car wash to break the electrostatic/ionic bond between the dirt and your car. Start with a clean, large bucket, add a small amount of the car wash and fill with cool or warm water. Avoid hot water, as it will soften the wax. Read the directions on the car wash bottle and try reducing the recommended amount by half. If this amount does a satisfactory job, then try reducing this amount by another 25%. Keep reducing the amount of car wash until you are not happy with the results. Go back one step and you have found the minimum amount of car wash that works for your situation. I use about a half a cap full in 5 gallons of water.




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