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on 06-09-2020 02:38 AM

Recommendations for a wax free soap?
 
Recently got my car done by ceramic pro, and they say to use a soap that is wax free. just wondering if anyone has recommendations or has had their car coated as well and can let me know what they use. before I buy the first one i find haha

Zoren 370 06-09-2020 05:17 AM

Easy...Dawn dishwashing soap gets the job

geeteezee 06-09-2020 08:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Zoren 370 (Post 3940395)
Easy...Dawn dishwashing soap gets the job

Dawn has a reputation in the detailing world for removing waxes. While it probably won't affect a ceramic coating, I'd personally avoid any dish washing products as they can be a bit harsh.
I use Meguiar's soft wash gel in a foam cannon. pH neutral, inexpensive and super sudsy.

madwi 06-09-2020 08:29 AM

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Originally Posted by on (Post 3940386)
Recently got my car done by ceramic pro, and they say to use a soap that is wax free. just wondering if anyone has recommendations or has had their car coated as well and can let me know what they use. before I buy the first one i find haha

Take as walk through your local autoparts store. Mine has quite a few choices for ceramic coatings from the normal big companies.

ChocSoldier 06-22-2020 05:20 AM

I use Gyeon Bathe, the safest are generally the companies that do coatings as well, e.g. CarPro make Reset.

Some of the off shelf stuff has other additives, e.g. Meguiars Gold Class. Not neccessarily a bad thing, but the reason they suggest to avoid waxes and the like is because it masks the ceramic coating and you don't get the full effect of it.

Quicksilvers 09-24-2020 05:14 AM

If you search you will find a lot of excellent car washing products. With your ceramic coat use a car wash shampoo that doesnt have wax ingredient in it let your ceramic coat do its job. I have been using Meguiars Gold Class car wash shampoo and conditioner and Adams car wash shampoo with a Meguiars microfiber mitt for many years with no problems. My ceramic coat has lasted a long time. I would avoid using dish soap on your paint.

SOUTHZZ 09-24-2020 06:50 AM

Woolite

2string1 09-28-2020 10:47 AM

Nexgen


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