Eco Touch Quick Wax Review
I drive a black Infiniti EX35 and I love keeping it clean and shiny as much as possible. Ever since I have been using Eco Touch Waterless Car Wash, my finish is exploding with shine and luster and I don’t have to wash it nearly as often. The only time I have to wash it is after it rains or snows. Yes, I said snows! Now that Winter has made it to MD, I have had to add a little more protection against the elements, salt and cinder that gets spread onto the roadways.
I received the Eco Touch Quick Wax in early November and I began incorporating it into my regimen. I am also using Eco Touch Quick Wax for a little extra protection as Winter approaches. The Quick Wax is an exceptional product that delivers a boost to the shine and adds a layer of protection from UV Rays and road film. I am amazed with the entire Eco touch line. Every one of their products are a simple spray on wipe and polish kind of process. The time it takes to wash and wax my car now takes as little as one hour.
One of my most impressive results came when I used both products and drove up to NY in some periodic snow and rain showers. The drive takes about five hours so you would expect the car would be dulled with road film, salt and grime. Amazingly, Eco Touch Waterless Wash and Quick Wax stood up to road elements like a champ! My finish still had a shine that couldn’t be missed. During the Winter months, I use the Laser Wash after these kinds of road trips mainly to clean the undercarriage but my finish still looks great. Eco Touch has found a way to create products to battle the elements so we can spend more time driving our vehicles. The combination of the Eco Touch Waterless Car Wash and Quick Wax is my dynamic duo.
Visit www.Ecotouch.net for information on their amazing line of car care products. You won’t regret it. Drive safely.
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