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Good deal, I use to use that stuff but there's ALOT of better companies out there besides Chemical Guys. Check out meguiars hyper wash or Adams foam shampoo. Both products are worth the price over chemical guys
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Recently bought a gallon of this on sale, really don't like it. It interferes with sealants and makes it look like the panel is flat instead of beading or sheeting.

CG's Citrus Wash and Clear is an excellent soap, but I'd personally skip the wash and gloss, much better soaps out there for the money.
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Optimum no rinse is the only way to go.
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Good deal, I use to use that stuff but there's ALOT of better companies out there besides Chemical Guys. Check out meguiars hyper wash or Adams foam shampoo. Both products are worth the price over chemical guys
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Recently bought a gallon of this on sale, really don't like it. It interferes with sealants and makes it look like the panel is flat instead of beading or sheeting.

CG's Citrus Wash and Clear is an excellent soap, but I'd personally skip the wash and gloss, much better soaps out there for the money.
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Recently bought a gallon of this on sale, really don't like it. It interferes with sealants and makes it look like the panel is flat instead of beading or sheeting.

CG's Citrus Wash and Clear is an excellent soap, but I'd personally skip the wash and gloss, much better soaps out there for the money.
Thanks for this. Was gonna give this a shot, but I love me some beading. Gonna stick with my Gold class soap.
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Recently bought a gallon of this on sale, really don't like it. It interferes with sealants and makes it look like the panel is flat instead of beading or sheeting.

CG's Citrus Wash and Clear is an excellent soap, but I'd personally skip the wash and gloss, much better soaps out there for the money.
What is the recommendation on soap?
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What is the recommendation on soap?
I use Car Pro Reset, Nanoskin Hypersuds, and Chemical Guys Citrus Wash and Clear for various purposes. Reset is a powerful soap with excellent lubrication, but expensive. Hypersuds has good cutting power and insane lubrication. Citrus Wash and Clear is a great prep wash and also has good lubrication.

As mentioned, Meguiars Gold Class is a good soap for the money and available at a lot of retail chains.
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Looks like the price must have dropped?I'm now seeing $5.52 when you checkout via subscribe & save.


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Thanks for this. Was gonna give this a shot, but I love me some beading. Gonna stick with my Gold class soap.

Citrus wash and gloss is pretty good in my experience. Foams and cleans really well. You just have to be careful to dilute it properly. If you mix it too strong, it will definitely strip your wax off. I used it for about a year without any problems. Mix it 1oz to 5gal and it cleans. Mix it 3oz to 5gal and it strips wax. I'd use it for my weekly/semi weekly washes and I've used it for spring cleans too. Mix it strong to strip wax, then give a full detail... works great.
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Recently bought a gallon of this on sale, really don't like it. It interferes with sealants and makes it look like the panel is flat instead of beading or sheeting.

CG's Citrus Wash and Clear is an excellent soap, but I'd personally skip the wash and gloss, much better soaps out there for the money.
You just have to be careful diluting it. The recommended 1oz to 5gal will clean perfectly fine. Mixing it strong will strip wax. I thought that was mentioned on the label...
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What is the recommendation on soap?
Optimum no rinse is the only way to go.
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Optimum no rinse is the only way to go.
Which formulation?
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if used correctly, this soap is good stuff

1 oz per 5 gal bucket = great as a maint wash/soap
1 oz per gal of water = great for stripping


it has high lubricity, works great in a foam cannon, and 1 gal has lasted me 3 yrs. I cant complain

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Any recommendation for mixture ratio for foam guns?
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