yup, but the damages comes from everyday use, highway stone chips and ppl smashing their doors on your car causing scratches and dents.i don't know how everyone prefers to wash their cars but I always start with what gets less dirty and then work on the dirty panels last. Roof, then hood and trunk lid, then work my way down the car so the parts closest to the ground is the last to wash. It keeps the dirt in the wash bucket to a minimum. I like to think it helps.
is it ok to use the car wash machines at the gas stations ? :O
i agree because those brushes are never cleaned and debris and rocks get embedded into it.I think the touch-less are fine but they don't do a great job. Avoid at all costs if anything comes in contact with your car.