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    Rinse Free Express Wash - Breakdown?

    Hi all, I've a question for the experts at hand regarding the above product. I want to know whether RFEW once diluted to the respective ratios - breakdown? I ask this because I normally make up quite large quantities and decant them to bottles for convenient use. A few months back - I compared freshly made to old and there was definitely a difference between the two in terms of lubricity....?

    Could someone verify whether this is the case? If so - how long can I keep the diluted product SAFE to use?

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    Re: Rinse Free Express Wash - Breakdown?

    I can not tell you about the above product specifically but other rinseless wash products have said to use mixed solution within a week.

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    Re: Rinse Free Express Wash - Breakdown?

    D115 is my primary product that I use on my truck that I take to car shows. Since the truck is garaged it gets dusty and cleaned with the product before and after a car show.

    I take enough from the gallon concentrate container to mix up a gallon of diluted product. I dilute with 4 parts distilled water to 1 part concentrate. It takes me several months to use that up.
    I have seen others, with higher consumption rates mix 4 gallons distilled water with 1 gallon concentrate into a 5 gallon dispensing container.

    Most detailing products have environmental parameters. I am in mild climate, so my diluted products do not freeze, and rarely reach 95 degrees and are kept out of direct sunlight.
    D115 Rise Free Express Wash and Wax is some what similar to Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere (UWWA), which is a ready to use solution.
    There are some differences in smell, color and the protection component.
    However,I have noticed that D115 comes in an black gallon container VS a clear container for UWWA.
    I have wondered if D115 is light sensitive or if there is another marketing reason for the black container.

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    Re: Rinse Free Express Wash - Breakdown?

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Bear View Post
    D115 is my primary product that I use on my truck that I take to car shows. Since the truck is garaged it gets dusty and cleaned with the product before and after a car show.

    I take enough from the gallon concentrate container to mix up a gallon of diluted product. I dilute with 4 parts distilled water to 1 part concentrate. It takes me several months to use that up.
    I have seen others, with higher consumption rates mix 4 gallons distilled water with 1 gallon concentrate into a 5 gallon dispensing container.

    Most detailing products have environmental parameters. I am in mild climate, so my diluted products do not freeze, and rarely reach 95 degrees and are kept out of direct sunlight.
    D115 Rise Free Express Wash and Wax is some what similar to Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere (UWWA), which is a ready to use solution.
    There are some differences in smell, color and the protection component.
    However,I have noticed that D115 comes in an black gallon container VS a clear container for UWWA.
    I have wondered if D115 is light sensitive or if there is another marketing reason for the black container.
    Hi thanks for posting up! It's good to know how other people utilize products. Regarding D115 being UV sensitive - Nick Winn replied to an OP who asked that question, and the answer was D115 was not UV sensitive.

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    Re: Rinse Free Express Wash - Breakdown?

    Just talked to Q/C and there should be no issue with storing this product pre-diltued.
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