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Detail Spray, Waterless Wash, Drying Aid, Spray Wax, Spray Sealants… What’s the difference!? On the surface, they all seem very similar. You spray it on, then wipe it off. Are they really all that different from one another? It’s a great question, and one we’d like to address.
In reality, while all of these products are comparable, each of them has a uniquely specific role & function in detailing. In this write-up we’ll go over the individual purposes of each, how they overlap and how to differentiate when you should use one versus the other.
What is microfiber?
Microfiber is a blend of two different materials; polyester and polyamide. The term microfiber derives from the literal size of the individual strands. Strands of microfiber are ultra-fine and measure out to 1/3 the diameter of cotton fibers, or 1/4 the diameter of wool fibers. This is what makes microfiber so soft.
We know, we know! A waterless wash?! You might have the following questions. “Won’t that scratch my paint?” “Should I just pull out the hose & bucket?” “What’s the difference between a waterless wash and a quick detailer?” “When is it safe to use a waterless wash?” “How dirty is too dirty?” These are just a few of the questions we get asked when it comes to the topic of waterless wash solutions, and we get it. There’s a lot to be skeptical about, especially when you consider the consequences. You’re potentially dragging dirt & grime across your paint and...