Contact or contactless car wash harms paintwork cars more?

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lasca
Answered on November 29, 2014 08:53
Watching what time and in what condition to wash the car. If there is a very thick layer of dirt, it is preferable to have a contactless sink, because when washing with a rag / sponge, you can scratch the body with grains of sand. If you want to maintain the cleanliness of the body and add shine, then the contact will allow you to more carefully work out each element, and the composition of detergents for contact cleaning are more benign. But we must bear in mind that the sponge will accumulate abrasive, so it must often be rinsed.

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