|Product Depth (in.)||3.97 in||Product Height (in.)||10.13 in|
|Product Size||67.6 OZ-Ounce||Product Width (in.)||4.9 in|
|Automotive Part Type||Cleaners||Container type||Bottle|
|Features||Concentrated, Non-Corrosive||General Part Type||Cleaners|
|Pack Size||1||Product Form||Liquid|
|Professional/ Residential||Professional, Residential||Recommended Surfaces||Acrylic, Fiberglass, Glass, Metal, Plastic, Rubber|
|Where to Use||Car Exterior|
|Certifications and Listings||No Certifications or Listings|
A: This will be safe to use on windows and will only clean them, provided that you dilute the product properly and rinse it off evenly. Using it too strong, leaving it on too long (especially if it dries) can lead to streaking. The streaking can be removed with additional cleaning and scrubbing.
A: The formula will not work with a pressure washer as is, the solution is just too thick to pull through properly. It will also create much more foam than you might want. However, if you are still interested in trying it, I would recommend pre-diluting the car wash solution at a 1:10 ratio. Then have your pressure washer further dilute the pre-dilution at a ratio of 1:10.
A: Simple Green Car Wash and Wax can be used in a foam gun. The dilution through the tip should be about 1:128.
A: I’ve used it on my foam gun and it performs well but you will have to use quite a bit of it to get some nice foam.