Can I Clean My Van With My Wfp Brush ?

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by harunh, Aug 13, 2012.

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  1. harunh

    harunh Legend
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    Is it recommended ? Cos i always go to the car valet place and pay like a tenner :p lol id rarther do it myself... i enjoy cleaning ! :p lmao
     
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  2. Gmeister

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    I wash my car, (with soap and sponge) rinse with water then rinse again with pure water(recomended by Aqua Gleam) and looks like its been polished!

    So supose you can clean your van with your wfp, why ever not lol, save you money lol.
     
  3. windyman

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    Yes you can. I do.

    But be aware that pure water is more corrosive that tap water, and as such it might speed up the rusting process on any bare bits on the van!
     
  4. Gmeister

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    Really?

    No one ever mentioned that when I brought this Aqua Gleam...lol
     
  5. Masons

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    Use an old brush head and have a bucket with car shampoo and dip and then scrub and rinse with pure water.

    I wouldn't use a brush head that I use on window jobs.
     
  6. harunh

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    Why pure water ?? Why not tap like car washes do?? Lol
     
  7. Gmeister

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    C'mon H!!

    Use water means you got to dry your car otherwise your car leaves spots on it, If you dry your car with cloth can leave cloth marks or circle marks from drying...


    Use pure water leave to dry, looks shinier then before, no marks what soever...
     
  8. harunh

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    True lol

    My bad

    :p
     
  9. Belfastcleaning

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    I do mine with the sill brush I use for fascias.. Tho I do the wheels with just a wee brush as the wheels are covered in brake dust
     
  10. Njones

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    Pure water gives a brilliant shine on cars. It does tend to dull black bits over time (Bumpers, trims etc) so you might need to detail a bit every now & then, but its nothing major.
     
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