AO Platinum Member
Join Date: Feb 2002
Location: The land that Time forgot
Re: Waterless Washing
The stuff is supposed to work by lifting the dirt off the surface and lubricating the paint while you wipe the grit and dirt away, so whilst "there's no washing without water", water with shampoo in it is essentially trying to do the same thing.
The question is not whether a car has to be wet to be considered "washed".. but more "does this stuff lift the dirt and lubricate the surface enough to prevent swirl damage?"
I'm personally not convinced.. but if 5 years ago someone told me I could get my paint super smooth by rubbing plasticine on it.. I'd have been dubious about that too.
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