Discussion in 'Care & Maintenance' started by Junnelle Andal, Oct 10, 2012.
so i was just curious if using palmolive dish soap to wash the car would be bad, any opinions?
Bad. Strips clear off with the wax and dirt
Added: Oct 10, 2012 10:06 PM
^what he said
Bad, definitely bad.
Added: Oct 10, 2012 11:23 PM
Even I don't do that.
Pretty much the worst way you could "clean" your car.
Your car is not a dish.
best quote ever! from gold too
I like how it takes him like 10 seconds to wash a corvette.
Rain X soap for the car is only $2 and it last me about 2-3 months and its good for both cavalier and corolla
The two lowest forms of life in the automotive world.
I thought the Jetta the lowest haha
No that's my unfinished list, obviously, because your car isn't on there.
ah, well another hint... my car is somewhere above the Corolla, Jetta, and Cavalier.
lol thanks guys ill definitely not be using the dish soap, i was just curious cause i know to wash my plasti dipped areas i used the soap and water trick but thanks, much appreciated!
Dish is great for the car. I would even recommend paint thinner. Mix 2 parts water to 1 part of paint thinner with a cap full dish soap for every half gallon of liquid used. You get that shine you dreamed of having
Acetone also works wonders.... cleans everything right off, and drys so fast, ain't nobody got time for water spots!
throw a match on top
I personally use gasoline.
I've heard airplane remover works wonders on clear coat.
Use oven cleaner to remove adhesive residue from debadging.
I hear 12M HCL straight from the bottle is the best.
That's muriatic acid right? Destroyed someone's yard with that stuff. Awesome.
Hydrochloric acid at it's strongest. And hydroflouric is nasty enough to eat glass. *wink wink*
Oh I know lol
^^^ wow, I wanna see pics of this lol.
Bleach works well for cleaning carpets.
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