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Palmolive Dish Wash Soap For Car?

Discussion in 'Care & Maintenance' started by Junnelle Andal, Oct 10, 2012.

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    Junnelle Andal "nellfilipino"

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    so i was just curious if using palmolive dish soap to wash the car would be bad, any opinions?
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    Bad. Strips clear off with the wax and dirt
    Added: Oct 10, 2012 10:06 PM
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    ^what he said
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    Bad, definitely bad.
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    Even I don't do that.
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    MacktasticSlick TRD whore with 36,000 posts, bitch

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    Pretty much the worst way you could "clean" your car.
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    Your car is not a dish.
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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHOMGBBQWTFLOL
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    I like how it takes him like 10 seconds to wash a corvette.
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    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
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    The two lowest forms of life in the automotive world.
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    I thought the Jetta the lowest haha
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    No that's my unfinished list, obviously, because your car isn't on there.
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    ah, well another hint... my car is somewhere above the Corolla, Jetta, and Cavalier.
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    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!
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    Oh, plastidip. :rolleyes:
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    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
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    Acetone also works wonders.... cleans everything right off, and drys so fast, ain't nobody got time for water spots!
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    throw a match on top
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    I personally use gasoline.
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    I've heard airplane remover works wonders on clear coat.
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    Use oven cleaner to remove adhesive residue from debadging.
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    That's muriatic acid right? Destroyed someone's yard with that stuff. Awesome.
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    Bleach works well for cleaning carpets.
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