CYBERSPACE — David Bott, founder of Outside Our Bubble, posted recently that he really likes the design of the Simple Chuck water dionizer unit because users recycle the resin that is used during the process instead of throwing it away.
“This makes the cost per wash lower, but it does require you of course to stick with the company,” he wrote. “But, that is okay by me because Simple Chuck comes from the makers of CR Spotless which I have used for years.”
Deionized water (Di for short) is used for rinsing off their car and coach after washing it so they do not need to dry it, which he noted can take a long time and risks adding more micro scratches. People can even use it for home windows and solar panels without the need to dry them after rinsing them.
“This is because deionized water has nothing it in. It is the ‘hard water’ that leaves the spots and this is due to the minerals water has in it,” he explained. “The resin inside Simple Chuck removes all the minerals, thus no spots. Di is used by most professional detailers.”
The full review can be found at Outside Our Bubble.