Should X-Cellerator be applied full strength or diluted? If diluted what’s the ratio?

To answer your question in a word: ABSOLUTELY! X-Cellerator (formerly known as Gamma Dry during beta testing). X-Cellerator should be diluted between 6:1 (6 parts water to 1 part X-Cellerator) and 8:1 (8 parts water to 1 part X-Cellerator). If you are noticing any streaking, just add a little more water.

NOTE: X-Cellerator should be applied conservatively, using only a light mist. Just a few pulls of the trigger and wipe excess with a clean microfiber.

  • Bobby says:

    Aaron, Thank you for your response, as a drying aid does x-cellerator leave behind any residues like waxes or polymers? In your dillution ratios guidelines it states that if the product streaks to increase dilution ratio, so I was wondering if the streaking is due to waxes, polymers or other residues left behind.

  • Bobby says:

    What is the difference between X-Cellerator and Showroom Elegance?

    • Well, the main differences between X-Cellerator and Showroom Elegance would be what they were designed to do. X-Cellerator was originally designed to be a drying aid, especially for use in wind tunnels. X-Cellerator was formulated to have lots of hydrophobic properties that work extremely fast allowing for rapid water removal and making drying your vehicle a snap! Showroom Elegance on the the other hand was designed to be a quick detailer. Showroom Elegance quickly and easily removes dust, pollen, fingerprints, smudges, smears, and even mild road grim! All while leaving behind a great shine. We like to think of it as the “OG” waterless wash.

      Side Note: Due to X-Cellerator’s special formula, it’s actually the “Body Shop Safe” quick detailer, so in that regard, these two products can be very similar! That was a great question! Thanks!

      • Bobby says:

        Aaron, Thank you for your response, as a drying aid does x-cellerator leave behind any residues like waxes or polymers? In your dillution ratios guidelines it states that if the product streaks to increase dilution ratio, so I was wondering if the streaking is due to waxes, polymers or other residues left behind.

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