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Old 08-02-2018, 11:18 PM   #21
Ben Gum
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If you have and achieved similar results that would suggest the manufacturers instructions for other products are very wrong?

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What makes you believe that the instructions are the only way? If you stuck to the Highway Code, you’d never win a Grand Prix.

The reality is that manufacturers (or often not even the manufacturers) create a set of instructions based on how to achieve a given result. For years this forum has been fixated on the biggest possible dilutions. A few years ago, you would have been laughed at trying to sell a product used at 25:1. The auto smart fan club would have said 200:1 ultrmousse and seeya later. Quite suddenly the detailing world in the UK has dropped this perspective. Basically, the manufacturers haven’t caught up. Trust me, they will! Not least because the new thought process means you guys are willing to accept using multiple times more product than a few years ago! The instructions will evolve, there will be acceptance that the user now wants a better clean and doesn’t care about the dilution. If you were knowledgable, you could spot test products and work out if stronger use does harm. If you were moreso, you could look at the safety information and work it out.

Honestly, this isn’t rocket science.
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