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How Rinse-less Works:

A rinse-less wash is made up of polymers that have the ability to stick to surfaces as well as dirt or oily particles. These polymers have much greater lubricity than soap and form a film around the particles as well as the paint to protect the surface from abrasions during the washing process. Rinse-less also leaves behind a slick and glossy finish. There is no need for large amounts of water to flush the dirt off, and as the name implies there is no need to rinse the vehicle after it’s applied.

The polymers contained within a rinse-less wash have both a negatively and positively charged group, which is characterized as a zwitterion.  The reactive polymers in a rinse-less wash can therefore bond to any particle whether they are positively or negatively charged.

Safer Than Soap:

Soaps are surfactants usually used for washingbathing, and other types of housekeeping, but there is nothing in soap that helps with the removal of dirt.  Rinse-less encapsulates the dirt which prevents marring or abrasions to the clear coat, and allows large particles to sink to the bottom of your wash bucket.  Soap lubricates while on the surface, but once it’s rinsed off water alone does not provide the lubricity required to properly dry the vehicle off, which leaves behind love marks and swirls.  Rinse-less is PH neutral, contains NO VOS’s, and can be safely and effectively be used on all automotive surface. 

Man Polishing Car
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