Can I Use Dishwasher Soap to Wash My Car?


You can use dishwashing liquid to wash your car. This is acceptable because the dishwashing liquid will not be too rough. You also want to make sure that you get all of it off, so it doesn't leave a residue.
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DO NOT USE Dish Soap it is too harsh for the paint and removes wax. I usually just buy the cheap stuff at Walmart and have had no problems with it.
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