When it comes to washing their vehicle, a lot of car owners grab a pail, add dish detergent and fill the pail with water believing if it makes suds it will clean their vehicle. While dish detergents are designed to remove organic residue and germs from your dishes, they are not intended to rinse road grime and dirt from your vehicle and may even damage the finish or leave a soapy residue.
Soaps for washing your vehicle on the other hand are specially formulated with lubricants so road grime, insects, pollen, tar, oil and other dirt particles can be rinsed away, minimizing scratches and swirls on the surface of your vehicle and leave a clean finish. For a result that delivers deeper satisfaction, you may want to consider the higher quality, more expensive brands of car soap that offer more bubbles, luxuriant aroma and a slick finish.
The product you choose to wash your vehicle is a matter of personal preference, one that works for you and produces a satisfying finish. If you wash your vehicle in your driveway, there is a wide selection of accessories you can buy to help you wash your vehicle, including wash mitts of sheepskin, chenille cotton, microfiber and soft synthetics as well as sea sponges and wash brushes.
Automatic, conveyor and self-serve car washes use various soaps from different car care product manufacturers that are specifically designed for cleaning cars. The automated system at Top Gear Car Wash in Stouffville at 33 Weldon Rd. uses top quality triple foam soap and frictionless detergents from Turtle Wax to produce an auto detailing finish.
Top Gear uses state-of-the-art technology to professionally clean all surfaces of your vehicle in an environmentally responsible manner. Your vehicle moves along a computerized 137-foot conveyor tunnel system while EnviroSoft second generation light and non-porous sponges clean your vehicle with no risk of scratching the finish on your vehicle.
For more information, visit Top Gear’s web site at www.topgearcarwash.com.