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Exterior cleaning

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StuBeeDoo
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Exterior cleaning

Post by StuBeeDoo » Thu Jun 10, 2021 3:45 pm

Has anyone here used any form of "waterless wash"? I have to admit that it's something I've been meaning to try, but I'm a little scared that I might damage the paintwork with my inexperienced technique.

I thought about it again today when washing Wor Lass's Picasso. The car wasn't dirty, just dusty, and once I pre-wet it and driven the dust off it didn't really need the full wash. I've heard that chauffeurs use waterless wash on their cars while on "waiting time". Perhaps that's an urban myth..........

Should I give it a go, or should I forget it?
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Exterior cleaning

Post by henrym3 » Thu Jun 10, 2021 8:38 pm

We need a go getter, a pioneer, someone who goes where no one has ever gone before on this forum.

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