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Old 03-25-2015, 10:52 PM   #1
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CGs Eco-Smart Waterless Wash

So today I tested out the Chemical Guys waterless wash & I'm very impressed by it. I washed my car in less than 20-30min. It was very easy & fast to use! It left my car looking clean & shiny, u would never be able to tell the difference between this & a traditional wash. The main reason I wanted to use this is because I hate drying my car after a wash. I have to work fast because of the strong sun out here in Cali & since I don't have a great shaded area to dry that can be a pain! After this one time use I'm gonna stick to waterless washing from now on!
I bought the concentrated version of it for $19 at the local Chemical Guys store which is a 16oz bottle. To make the solution I used 1oz of the concentrate & 16oz of water. I used the entire 16oz of mix to wash 2 cars but I think that's mainly because it was my 1st time using it & I went a little crazy with it. I'm sure I can easily get 4-5 washes out of a 16oz mix.
He's some pics of the finished product. Wish I would have gotten before & after pics but my car was pretty dirty!
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Looks really good! Is the wash the wash wax sealer combo?


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Looks really good! Is the wash the wash wax sealer combo?


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Yea I love how it came out! The wash is the green one on the left side. It had a carnauba wax mixed into the wash. U can actually see the wax settle at the bottom so u have to shake it before using it. The pics above are of just the wash with no instaWax (bottle on the right) applied.
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This is the wax build up on the bottom!
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Looks really nice!! I might have to pick me up some of this stuff!


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Looks really nice!! I might have to pick me up some of this stuff!


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Yea u should try it out I'm sure u'll like it!
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waterless scares me so much on black, but sure looks like it came out great!
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waterless scares me so much on black, but sure looks like it came out great!

Yea I was kind of skeptical at 1st but I honestly couldn't tell the difference between this & a regular wash!
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Yea I was kind of skeptical at 1st but I honestly couldn't tell the difference between this & a regular wash!
it is any riskier for swirl marks and such? I'm so OCD when it comes to washing my car. lol
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it is any riskier for swirl marks and such? I'm so OCD when it comes to washing my car. lol

From what I've read it won't damage the paint. I haven't noticed any swirls after using it!
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What is the exact process and can you do it in the sun? My problem is I only get shade late in the evening when the bugs are out biting or early in the morning when the bugs are out biting!
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What is the exact process and can you do it in the sun? My problem is I only get shade late in the evening when the bugs are out biting or early in the morning when the bugs are out biting!

Basically u spray the Eco-Smart on the car then pass a microfiber towel down to wipe off the spray/dirt. It's really easy to do! I did it in the sun with no problem but it does seems easier to use in the shade.
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U can see the dirt it picked up on the MF towel!
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