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Chemical Guys CWS_301 Citrus Wash and Gloss Concentrated Car Wash (1 Gal) $17.94 / $15.25(ss) Amazon

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One gallon Chemical Guys CWS_301 Citrus Wash and Gloss Concentrated Car Wash
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Be careful with this stuff. If you use to much, it can stripe the wax and sealants off your vehicle. If you use the right amount, it works great.

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I personally think this is great car wash shampoo.

Very concentrated (1oz per 5 gallons of water), with a lot of suds. It glides a bit more than other soaps, and seems to leave a slightly better shine than most.
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Be careful with this stuff. If you use to much, it can stripe the wax and sealants off your vehicle. If you use the right amount, it works great.
I use it concentrated to specifically do that -strip wax off - before applying a fresh coat. This is a good price.
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Be careful with this stuff. If you use to much, it can stripe the wax and sealants off your vehicle. If you use the right amount, it works great.
That's the purpose of it...
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That's the purpose of it...
I personally use chemical guys clean slate to stripe with. I use Mr. Pink for maintenance washes. I don't want to risk using to much of citrus wash and glass and stripe off anything.'
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I personally use chemical guys clean slate to stripe with. I use Mr. Pink for maintenance washes. I don't want to risk using to much of citrus wash and glass and stripe off anything.'
Synthetic sealants need mechanical removal these days.

Either way, these strippers are all gimmicks -- just use dawn.
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Synthetic sealants need mechanical removal these days.
No, no they don't... and it is extremely easy to prove. Simply apply sealer and test with water. Strip with chemical treatment and apply water again. You will see the obvious proof that the sealant has been removed. Sealants are removed all the time with a simply 25% IPA solution.

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Either way, these strippers are all gimmicks -- just use dawn.
While dawn works (and is cheaper), these washes provide much better lubrication.
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This really isn't a good strip wash. Citrus Wash and Clear is, but not Citrus Wash and Gloss. Wash and Gloss contains wax additives. Let it sit in the container long enough and you'll see a clear separation of the soap, and the wax.

I'd much rather use an actual soap for 100% cleaning, then apply a sealant or wax. This soap + wax will also interfere with a lot of sealants/waxes FYI.
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This really isn't a good strip wash. Citrus Wash and Clear is, but not Citrus Wash and Gloss. Wash and Gloss contains wax additives. Let it sit in the container long enough and you'll see a clear separation of the soap, and the wax.

I'd much rather use an actual soap for 100% cleaning, then apply a sealant or wax. This soap + wax will also interfere with a lot of sealants/waxes FYI.
..But citrus wash and clear says safe for wax and sealants right on the bottle? Just looking for advice. Want to keep one of these products in my arsenal.
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it's good stuff. Been using it since 2007 when you could only get it from Chemical Guys directly... Use the recommended amount for an easy wash and sparkle, or extra amount to strip the old wax\sealant when getting ready to clay bar and reapply a wax or sealant. And works great in a foam cannon too...
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..But citrus wash and clear says safe for wax and sealants right on the bottle? Just looking for advice. Want to keep one of these products in my arsenal.
citrus wash and clear is safe for waxes and sealants at a low dillution, but I'd rather play it safe and use something like Meguiars Gold Class than a citrus based soap for light duty. Chances are, if you need something with a lot of bite to remove traffic film, you're going to want to apply a fresh sealant or wax anyhow.
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This or Maxi Suds II, which is better?
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I use it concentrated to specifically do that -strip wax off - before applying a fresh coat. This is a good price.
how much are you using to strip wax?
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