Water-less detail?

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Water less detail is the innovation in auto detail that allows a professional detailer to clean and decontaminate your vehicles exterior using small amounts of water and leaving behind beautiful results.

Would it scratch my paint? No, but with intention you can scratch and damage paint doing almost anything.Using this product with out proper training can cause damage.

Is it safe for any vehicle? Yes, we have cleaned several makes and models and they all reacted beautifully to it.

How does it work? The product formula  by encapsulation dirt and grime and separates it from the vehicles surface, suspending it in a unique blend of hyper-surfactants, natural wax, and slick lubricating agents at this stage it can be safely and easily wiped away with a soft microfiber towel.

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How about black cars? We all know that black paint on cars has been thee death to many detailers, this product is completely safe to all colors

Advantages? Using loads of water is not only a waste it takes a toll to our environment, with most detailers carrying min 90 gallons of water 70% of it ends up on sewers, driveways and roads causing debris to wash away into our oceans.

DDYC  has been using waterless system for over 4 years. Imagine how many gallons of water we have saved. Book your car with us at www.dontdivorceyourcar.com and experience the best in auto detailing

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Pablo Acosta / Dont Divorce Your Car / Ph 7606512802 / http://www.dontdivorceyourcar.com

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Author: dontdivorceyourcar

Father and Husband Owner and Operator of Dont Divorce Your Car

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