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Can't use detail spray. How about rinseless wash?


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I'm going to be working in a body shop and you are not able to use silicone inside a body shop. Well I use detail spray a lot and that contains some silicone Adam's told me. Can I use rinseless wash diluted for the same reasons I'd use detail spray?

 

Like to prime a pad, wipe off polish if needed, wipe off wax if needed, and stuff like that?

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I'm too dumb to answer your actual question but what if you didn't know detail spray had sillicone in it, would it be a big deal to the body shop?

Yes if you get silicone in the body shop then it can fish eye the new paint and then it would have to get repainted agian and costing the shop a lot of money

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I'm not sure if Rinseless Wash is body shop safe, I think it has a wax additive which may or may not be, which is probably the problem with the Detail Spray as well (wax additive)

 

I can say for certain that the RTU Waterless Wash is body shop safe - I'll let a team member chime in on Rinseless.

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