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Usually use Citrus Wash and Gloss, but decided to give Glossworkz a try.
September 6, 2017
Normally I use CGuys Citrus Wash and Gloss. But I've been hearing good things about Glossworkz. In comparison, based on my experience Glossworkz foams somewhat better when used in either a foam cannon or foam gun. It's not a night and day difference, but it's an observable one. In the bucket, I would say that CW&G gives a slicker feel (more lubricity) when you use 1 oz of product per 5 gallons of water. Glossworkz main advantage is that it's ph-balanced; you won't strip wax/sealant no matter how much product you use, this is not the case the case with CW&G. With CW&G you need to pay attention to your dilution ratio, as stronger concentrations (1 oz per gallon and above) will remove any sealant/wax on your car. Also, Glossworkz doesn't separate and then require you shake it vigorously prior to use like CW&G tends to do.
Overall, both will clean your car very well. Glossworkz does have some advantages, but the difference in performance isn't markedly better or anything. If you have a gallon of CW&G, you're not going to throw it out in favor of Glossworkz, but if you're out of your go-to wash, I wouldn't hesitate to give Glossworkz a try, it's a top tier carwash soap and is at least as good as whatever you're currently using.