It is a good degreaser and will remove any wax..., not good unless you are "wanting" to strip everything off the cars finish to use a pure sealant that needsa clean surface to cross-link and bond to..., otherwise, IMO- take a "Roadtrip"
story time crsx members...
make a little circle, today, we'll read a section in the honda/acura manual.
well i got honda one here so that's what ill go with.
Exterior Care: Washing
chemical solvents and strong cleaners can damage the pain, metal and plastic on your car
- rinse the car thoroughly with cool water to remove loose dirt
- fill a bucket with cool water. mix in a mild detergent, such as dishwashing liquid or a product made especially for car washing.
that's it.. im tired.
anyway, to get to the point, yes you can use it, it aint a BAD BAD idea, but it'll strip the wax like people have posted here. i recently waxed my car and it's already dirty as hell. i've been using very little detergent not too much but after waxing, i decided to get me a washing liquid product that won't strip away the wax.
It drives me nuts about how ignorant some people can be about protecting their cars finish. Wouldn't you think that if the dish detergent people thought using their products on your car is better and cheaper than soap made for cars, they would advertise it? just another argument...