A waterless car wash uses high lubricated sprays to polish and wash the vehicle’s bodywork. The spray’s high lubricated chemicals encapsulate dirt and dust particles. This process is similar to how water removes dirt, but the chemical combination of a waterless car wash product is more efficient; you simply spray the surface of the car and then wipe it off. This process removes any light dirt or stains from the car’s surface. A waterless car wash is only recommended for cars with light dirt that don’t have thicker amounts of dirt (such as dried mud).
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