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New Brilliant Gloss Car Wash Shampoo

by einszett USA July 02, 2014

einszett Brilliant Gloss Shampoo

Looking for that ultimate car wash shampoo that combines excellent cleaning power, a high gloss brilliant shine, produces fantastic suds when used with a foam gun, and exceptional bang for your buck? We have just what you're looking for with the new Brilliant Gloss Car Wash Shampoo

Formulated with professionals in mind, Brilliant Gloss has just what you're looking for in a car wash shampoo whether you're a professional or weekend detailer: 

  • Special surfactants effectively remove road grime and contaminants
  • Produces thick rich suds
  • Adds a high gloss, brilliant shine
  • No spotting or streaking
  • pH balanced formula is safe on all surfaces and safe on wax finishes
  • Will not cause skin drying
  • Phosphate-free, formalin-free
  • Concentrated 1:500 mixing ratio

The Details

So what makes this car wash shampoo so good? It's formulated with both anionic and non-ionic surfactants. What does this mean? It means that Brilliant Gloss will effectively remove oils, dirt and other contaminants (collectively road grime) for a clean you can see and feel. 

Just a little will go a long way (1:500 mixing ratio to be exact) in removing road grime, bugs, sap and whatever the road can throw at your paint. Yet, Brilliant Gloss knows the difference between road oils and the polish and wax you just meticulously applied on your paint finish. Not all car wash shampoos can do that but Brilliant Gloss can.

Unlike other car wash shampoos, that have a lower cost per use but are made with low quality surfactants, Brilliant Gloss will not remove polish or wax and it won't dull or dry out your vehicle's paint finish with regular use.

Instead, Brilliant Gloss leaves a high gloss finish and we guarantee it won't spot or leave streaks (as long as you don't make your wash solution way too concentrated, of course).

Those surfactants also produce a nice rich foam if you apply car wash shampoo via a foam gun. 

The Extra Details

We also took the time to formulate Brilliant Gloss so that it doesn't dry out skin.  This is a must for professional users who are regularly exposed to car wash chemicals.

We also formulated it with an extremely mild fragrance (like Auto Gloss Car Wash Shampoo). While fragrances can be pleasant and some would even say addicting, repeated exposure to it can cause headaches with some users. Recognizing that a lot of professionals don't want to constantly be exposed to a myriad of fragrances, Brilliant Gloss Shampoo just smells "clean".


The concentrated formula mixes at a ratio of 1:500 (about .75 fluid ounces per 3 gallons) making this a value packed car wash shampoo.

Follow this link for the full details on Brilliant Gloss Car Wash Shampoo

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