Rejuvenate Auto Waterless Car Wash Review
Rejuvenate Auto Waterless Carwash
Rejuvenate Auto waterless carwash is another As Seen On TV product which we see late night infomercials for constantly but something about this particular product appeals to me. I love my car but hate washing it. I cannot stand gathering all my car wash equipment and supplies, and then never having the energy to actually wash my car. Car Washing is hard work and I always whimp out in the middle.
Now not everyone hates all the car wash supplies, and tons of folks derive pleasure in car washing, but not me. The kicker is even when I do my best car wash, I'm far to pooped to wax my car. Where I live, the two go hand in hand. For one, it looks better. But more importantly the car wax creates a layer of protections for the car's paint. Auto Paint gets easily scratched and when exposed directly to the elements, the dirt, pollution and rain can eat away or oxidize the car's point. So car wax is important.
If you don't wash and wax yourself, the best option is always the professional car wash. However, a professional car wash and wax is expensive and research indicates that the water from car washes is dirty, and those dirt particles actually scratch the paint . Further, the sponges and towels used to wash and wax trap and redistribute dirt particles and they can become embedded into your wax, erode your clear coat, and ultimately weaken your paint.
But, when you watch the Rejuvenate Auto waterless carwash Commercial below, all of these issues seem to disappear. Rejuvenate auto is a waterless car wash and wax in one and I was sold before I even realized the major benefit to using this silly As Seen On TV product. It never even crossed my mind. See if you notice what it is. Watch closely.
Rejuvenate Auto Commercial with Darrell Waltrip
After watching the commercial above, do you think you know what sold me on Rejuvenate Auto waterless carwash? No it's not that Darrel Waltrip used the words space age technology and polymers in the typical As Seen On TV product pitch. Although space age technology is usually the sign of a product that works, right?
The thing that appeals to me the most about Rejuvenate Auto is that its a waterless car wash! I repeat. It's waterless. It took me all that time just to let it sink in. First, that means no wasting water which is green, eco-friendly and all that stuff which I don't care about, but more importantly it means no buckets, hoses, and other car wash supplies that I need to lug around in order to wash my car. Even better, it means less stuff to put away when I'm done and no soaked sponges, towels and dripping buckets messing up my garage.
Whether you refer to it as a waterless carwash or a dry car wash it doesn't matter. Rejuvenate Auto allows you to hand wash your car without water. You simply spray on the space age technology and let the polymers go to work.
Rejuvenate Auto polymers, sufuctents and carnuba wax serve to clean and then seal the paint. I won't go as far as the infomercial and say it will restore your paint, but this wash and wax will quickly
- wipes away bug residue
- clean bird droppings
- remove the dreaded tree sap
- fill in tiny scratches before it seals
Because Rejuvenate Auto really does seal the finish, the car will stay cleaner longer and require less exterior maintenance. The truth is that a waterless car wash really makes a lot more sense. How many of us fill buckets with soap and water, slop the sponge on the car and then throw the filthy thing right back into our bucket to soak up more suds? That's what I thought.
It took the Rejuvenate Auto Infomercial and Darrell Waltrip to make me realize how bad this really is. When we take that dirty sponge and continue to wash the car we are technically taking the old dirt and rubbing it into our clear coats and paint. It's crazy. Even running it through the touchless car wash, we're just blasting our cars with dirty recycled water which serves to blast away at our car's finish. I may be way off base here but it seems a lot more simple to just spray and wipe then be done with it.
At least when I hand wash my car, I expend allot of energy wetting the car, sponging off the dirt and grime, drying it with my ShamWow, spreading on the wax and then trying to wipe it off without leaving streaks. If I can just spray and wipe in 15 minutes with Rejuvenate Auto and know my car is better off then it seems like a no brainer.
Buy Rejuvenate Auto
When you Buy Rejuvenate Auto it's important to look for the best offer out there. Several companies sell as seen on TV products and many of them have different offers out there. So far the best Rejuvenate Auto waterless carwash offer I've seen comes with 2 bottles of the car wash and wax spray, 8 microfiber towels, and an Auto Lens Renewer Kit.
I purchased Rejuvenate Auto early on and only got 2 microfiber towels and 1 bottle of the wash and wax. I loved the product and feel it delivers most of what the commercial says. I won't go as far to say that it renewed my paint because I had plenty of deep scratches, a few rust spots and some paint chips. But the process of car washing is easy. I love the waterless carwash and I appreciate that I don't need a bunch of car wash supplies.
As I said I only got 2 microfiber towels and 1 bottle of Rejuvenate Auto waterless carwash and had to pay $4.95 shipping and handling to the best of my recollection. The commercial says each bottle will wash four cars. I got a lot more out of my supply but getting the second bottle free and adding 6 more microfiber towels sounds pretty good. You can get inexpensive microfiber cloths at any auto parts store but they are definitely worth getting for your car wash. I can't vouch for the Auto Lens Renewer Kit because I have no idea what it contains or does. My positive Rejuvenate Auto Review is for the car wash and wax spray itself.
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