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    Default Car cleaning

    What does everyone think works the best for washing, waxing, ect...

    I've tried a bunch of things but nothing has really stood out for me. I've even tried a sponge with built in wash and wax. It works great for if you need the car clean really fast, I think its called Spongetech Car Sponge, I bought it at Walgreens. Does anyone have any suggestions for high performance waxes, washes, ect...

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    Follow this URL : 12 Car Cleaning Myths you definitely get the perfect idea how to clean and what are the precaution which you have to take.

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    Use of water supplies and energy are self-evident, since car washes are users of such resources. The professional car wash industry has made great strides in reducing its environmental footprint, a trend that will continue to accelerate due to regulation and consumer demand. Many car washes already use water reclamation systems to significantly reduce water usage and a variety of energy usage reduction technologies. These systems may be mandatory where water restrictions are in place.

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    waxing does the trick in most cases, you should try it.

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