Homemade Waterless Car Wash Solution

How do I make my own waterless car wash solution to put in a spray bottle?

By Dwana from Crowley, LA

Anonymous Flag
November 18, 20150 found this helpful

1. Spray Bottle (24 oz.) with a variable twist nozzle that goes from mist to stream. You can use a larger bottle but these directions are for a 24 oz. bottle. I got my bottle from OSH in the gardening section.

2. Add 1 teaspoon of Meguiar's Ultimate Wash and Wax

3. Add 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of Meguiar's Gold Class Liquid Wax (Shake well)

4. Slowly add some water until the bottle is 1/4 full, you DON"T want suds (If you want to go an extra step you could use distilled water)

5. Swirl it around until the liquid wax breaks down (about a minute)

6. Slowly add water to the 24oz mark.

7. Close up the bottle and shake well before using (it should not sud)

* Prime the sprayer the first time and test the mist amount before trying to spray the car.

Tips for using any waterless wash/quick detailer.

1. Dust the car off first. If your car is more than a dusting and a few bird droppings away from clean, you just need to go ahead and wash it. Or have a lot of towels ready.

2. Mist on the solution and wipe down with one towel.

3. Use another towel or a clean and dry section of the same towel to dry/polish.

4. Admire your clean car

Other tips/corrections/recipe tweaks welcome

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Anonymous Flag
April 30, 20160 found this helpful

Take 1/4 cup automotive liquid polish. Add 1/4 liquid detergent. Add 1/2 cup water. Combine in an empty spray container. Spay onto a cloth and wipe car clean!

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