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Carwash Connection: The importance of pH

AKRON, Ohio — What’s the difference between using high-pH and low-pH products?

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AKRON, Ohio — In this week’s video, Associate Publisher – Editorial Rich DiPaolo explains the differences between how low-pH and high-pH chemicals work to clean a car’s surface.

DiPaolo says, “Presoaks, along with other chemicals, come in low-pH and high-pH variations. High-pH presoak chemicals, for example, are high-alkaline products that have been formulated to remove oily and greasy soils. Low-pH presoaks are considered acidic products that are formulated to remove dirt- and dust-based soils.”

To learn more, be sure to watch the video.

Be sure to watch our previous chemical series video:

To see other videos in our Carwash Connection series, click here.

Stay tuned for more of PC&D’s original videos.

This video is sponsored by National Carwash Solutions.

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