Can I use baby shampoo to wash my car?

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Hello postpartumperiod team, my name is Joe Stevens from Barcelona, I have a silly question, can I use baby shampoo to wash my car? Will it damage the paint? Or should I just use something else.

Can I use baby shampoo to wash my car?

Well loving your car as your baby doesn’t mean you have to wash it using a baby shampoo.

To answer your question No you can’t use baby shampoo to wash your car, but you can use a dish soap instead, but using a baby shampoo won’t damage the paint though even if you use it, but you need to use a car soap to get the best result.

Baby shampoos were made for babies, it won’t wash your car properly, I have also used my baby shampoo to wash my car before and it never damaged the paint, it takes more than a shampoo to damage a car paint.

Car paint is the strongest paint ever, it won’t be damaged just because you’ve used a baby shampoo. Even a human hair shampoo won’t damage the paint of your car.

Baby shampoo won’t shine your car, that why I’m recommending you to wash the car using a shampoo or a soap that was made for washing cars in order to have a shiny car.

Of course you can use the baby shampoo or any human shampoo on your car if you ran out of the car soap, but don’t make it a habit, it not okay….

Just buy something that was designed to wash cars, you need to use a shampoo or a soap that was created to wash cars because most of the car soaps were designed to also protect and make the car paint stronger.

Using human shampoo, baby shampoo, and hair shampoo on your car will make the car look dimnessdusk or hazy even though it won’t damage the paint.

My number one top car shampoo!!

Meguiars gold class, this is my favorites car wash shampoo, I have been using this about 6 months and I don’t have a single regret from buying this shampoo, it is one of the best plus it cheap and will last you for months…

This shampoo was designed to gently wash your car and also condition the paint at the same time. It just awesome. You won’t regret using this …it worth every penny.

What I mostly like about this shampoo is that, it clears debris to reveal the color and clarity, it will make your car paint look super radiant.

If you love your car then you need to buy this shampoo, it cheap, getting this offline can be a pain in the ass though, I would advise you to buy it from amazon.

I would also advise you to make sure you read amazon customer reviews and hear what other car owners have to say about this shampoo.

But I’m very positive that you will also love it since I love it too, I’m recommending this shampoo based on my personal experience.

If you order this shampoo from amazon, you will get it within 2 – 3 working days. For now I would advise you to wash your car using a dish soap or a dish shampoo not a baby shampoo.

Using a dish soap on your car is okay, I have used it many times if I ran out a car shampoo, but don’t make it a habit… just buy a car soap.

Car shampoos are very cheap, almost all of them cost less than 10 dollars.

Do you have a car wash cloth? If you are using cloth rags to wash your car then I would advise you to stop.

Pleas wash your car using proper car wash cloth to get the best result, I don’t recommend people to use cloth rags when washing their cars… proper car washing clothes are very cheap.

I use microfiber car cleaning towels when washing my cars, You need to love your car like you love yourself, by doing that your car will last you for a very long time, it all up to you.

VibraWipe VWM-08 Microfiber Cleaning Cloths are made of the finest quality microfiber blend, they are perfect for every use and very soft.

I know this will sound too good to be true, but for me microfiber towels are the best buffing towels I ever used.

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