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Power Clean Purposes and Dilution Ratios

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To date, I have been so impressed with my gallon of Power Clean. So many uses and economical !

 

I thought it would be a good idea to have this thread up here, to let others know about the multi purposes of Power Clean and how to dilute them properly.

 

Many thanks to IntegrityDetail, and this is what he has posted on other threads,

 

so here we go,

 

 

Engine and jambs 1:1,

Wheels-tires-wells 3:1,

Presoak 5:1,

Interior surfaces 10:1,

Carpet TLC and light stains 20:1

 

 

 

Please feel free to post up if you guys come across other uses of Power Clean, and how much dilution ratio.

 

One thing I have been thinking is whether it can be used as a window cleaner ? maybe dilute at 20:1 ? Anyone tried it on windows before ?

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To date, I have been so impressed with my gallon of Power Clean. So many uses and economical !

 

I thought it would be a good idea to have this thread up here, to let others know about the multi purposes of Power Clean and how to dilute them properly.

 

Many thanks to IntegrityDetail, and this is what he has posted on other threads,

 

so here we go,

 

 

Engine and jambs 1:1,

Wheels-tires-wells 3:1,

Presoak 5:1,

Interior surfaces 10:1,

Carpet TLC and light stains 20:1

 

 

 

Please feel free to post up if you guys come across other uses of Power Clean, and how much dilution ratio.

 

One thing I have been thinking is whether it can be used as a window cleaner ? maybe dilute at 20:1 ? Anyone tried it on windows before ?

 

Can Power Clean be used on tires at full strength? Any precautions? At 1:3 it seems to have a imiliar cleaning ability as Meg's APC 1:4 but I need to get some brown of tires but it is not coming off with PC and a stiff brush. I am not letting it soak more than 30 secs.

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For the window cleaning I am not sure of that but if you use ONR then ONR can be used to clean the windows with great results as well.

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On 10/6/2008 at 3:42 PM, buja said:

To date, I have been so impressed with my gallon of Power Clean. So many uses and economical !

 

I thought it would be a good idea to have this thread up here, to let others know about the multi purposes of Power Clean and how to dilute them properly.

 

Many thanks to IntegrityDetail, and this is what he has posted on other threads,

 

so here we go,

 

 

Engine and jambs 1:1,

Wheels-tires-wells 3:1,

Presoak 5:1,

Interior surfaces 10:1,

Carpet TLC and light stains 20:1

 

 

 

Please feel free to post up if you guys come across other uses of Power Clean, and how much dilution ratio.

 

One thing I have been thinking is whether it can be used as a window cleaner ? maybe dilute at 20:1 ? Anyone tried it on windows before ?

Hey Buja,

Are you referring to pre-soak for Rinseless Wash method?

Thanks...

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I am currently using Power Clean at 3:1 for my wheels and tires, 5:1 for weather tech mats and IK foamer pre spray (rarely), and 30:1 for interior plastics with a detail brush to make a lather.

JBradt

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On 4/20/2009 at 11:55 AM, Bunky said:

 

Can Power Clean be used on tires at full strength? Any precautions? At 1:3 it seems to have a imiliar cleaning ability as Meg's APC 1:4 but I need to get some brown of tires but it is not coming off with PC and a stiff brush. I am not letting it soak more than 30 secs.

Power clean at full strength is the preferred method for removing the brown from the tires. You may have to repeat the process more than once to get all of it.

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I like to keep it simple

I've used Power Clean in foamers and sprayers across all different dilutions

For someone who just cleans his personal cars, I found I like Power Clean diluted 1:3 in a spray bottle. Great for maintenance cleaning of tires and wheels. I use it as spot treatment for stubborn bugs and tar. I almost never have to use it on the interior of my own vehicle but I quite frequently use it on my wife's child carseats. Impressed that Power Clean can get out two year old food/liquid stains out of our gnarly child carseats.

It still amazes me, I haven't found anything that is as effective or as slick as getting rid of tar/bugs on paint as Power Clean.

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