Turtle Wax® Rinse-free Wash & Wax – How to Wash and Wax a Car
October 13, 2014
Many consumers are intimidated by the question of how to wash and wax a car properly. They sit there, staring at the intimidating selection of wash and wax products, unsure of which to choose, which claims to believe and which product is superior. When seeking out a wash and wax product, some important factors to consider are;
- What is the cost?
- Is it environmentally safe?
- Is it time consuming?
- Is it easy to use?
- Which one is the longest lasting car wax?
Let’s focus on how to wash and wax a car using one of our favorite products: Turtle Wax ® Rinse-Free Wash & Wax.
A Brief Review
Turtle Wax ® Rinse-Free Wash & Wax is an innovative, long-lasting and easy to use product. It is a multi-surface, no water cleaner that is extremely pocket book friendly. At an average cost of $7, you are able to use this product for ten to fifteen car washes. This product has a combination of biodegradable polymer cleaners and wax sealants that envelope themselves around unwanted dirt particles as it lifts them away. This avoids unsightly scratches while leaving a beautiful shine with its protective film. The product aims to help with water conservation efforts and decreases any run-off. All of the exterior dirt and grime is transferred back into the wash bucket where it can be disposed of properly.
How to Wash and Wax a Car Using Turtle Wax® Rinse-Free Wash & Wax
Step 1: Fill a bucket with 2 gallons (2.5L) of water
Step 2: Add 4 oz. of Turtle Wax ® Rinse-Free Wash & Wax to the water
Step 3: Wet your microfiber towel and wash the exterior of your car one section at a time (for a more thorough description, please view our Basic Car Exterior Cleaning Procedures)
Step 4: Using another towel, dry and buff your exterior. No rinsing needed!
Step 5: Repeat when needed (take a look at this helpful link to find out How Often You Should Wax Your Car)
You may ask yourself, “What’s the catch?”. So far, we have only been able to determine one flaw with this product. If you are located in an area with a lot of extra debris, whether it’s an abundance of autumn leaves or dusty and arid desert conditions, this turtle wax product does seem to have a limit on the amount of dirt it can handle. Your vehicle may require a quick rinse before it is thoroughly cleaned with this product.
Using Turtle Wax Rinse-Free Wash & Wax is a simple, economical, and environmentally sound way to really shine up and properly maintain the exterior of your vehicle. That being said, there is an even easier and equally environmentally safe way to really make your vehicle stand out and shine. Give one of the professionals at DetailXPerts a call or e-mail and book your appointment for a presidential detailing. We will save you time and ensure that your car is up to our highest of standards at an affordable rate.
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