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Zymol Clear

dick jones

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Can you use zymol clear just to wash the car without having to cleanse and wax, or can another product (zymol autowash,out of stock) be used between the car having the full monty 2/3 times a year.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 43678
 
You can indeed Dick. Supposedly, it is the only thing you should wash with after using Zymol waxes. Just done it myself than topped up the finish with Field Glaze so she's all shiny again now.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 43680
 
Oh god more Zymol misinformation, any decent ph balanced autowash will work. But of course if people have more money than sense, yes it is the only thing to use!

Allegedly, the blue Zymol stuff from Halfords is Zymol Clear with colouring added.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 43691
 
Where's the misinformation?

Always use a ph neutral wash otherwise anything else can accelerate the loss of wax that is on the bodywork.

Clear being the same as Autowash? utter bollocks. I think you're being misinformed here. Zymol will tell you exactly what each product contatins unlike other manufactures.


Migration info. Legacy thread was 43692
 
Phil,

It was the comment by Seagull "Supposedly, it is the only thing you should wash with after using Zymol waxes" which prompted the comment.

I did say allegedly. It was a long running thread on a forum a while ago :oops:

Migration info. Legacy thread was 43693
 
Any PH-7 shampoo will do the job. Lots of shampoos are balanced nowadays. If you want easy work, wash, dry and OCW.


Migration info. Legacy thread was 43735
 
Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by admin on 22 January 2006

Where's the misinformation?

Always use a ph neutral wash otherwise anything else can accelerate the loss of wax that is on the bodywork.

Clear being the same as Autowash? utter bollocks. I think you're being misinformed here. Zymol will tell you exactly what each product contatins unlike other manufactures.
Phil, you should get off the fence and say what you really mean. :wink:

Migration info. Legacy thread was 43740
 
Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by G-Unit on 23 January 2006

Any PH-7 shampoo will do the job. Lots of shampoos are balanced nowadays. If you want easy work, wash, dry and OCW.
Who said Porsches were hairdressers' cars...

Migration info. Legacy thread was 43741
 

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