Ionic Clean: Use that de-ionized water for cleaning
by Mark R
I had a chance to try out the Ionic Clean by Homeright this weekend. This cleaning system uses de-ionizing technology, which can turn ordinary water into a more purified form for cleaning.
It comes in that airtank thing that you see here, and it comes with an attachment for your hose. When you turn the water on, you have the option of the de-ionizing (DI) water. Think of it as a soap, but not quite as potent as real soap.
You should feel free to add soap to get rid of the real spotted areas on your car, without streaks and no drying required. After you have used the DI water, you can switch to the “rinse” function for some plain and ordinary water on whatever it is that you are washing.
You might notice the extended stick with a brush on the end, which comes in handy for DI washes. In short, the Ionic Clean feels like something that you would use at a car wash, but, without the addition of soap, it doesn’t get your car as clean as you might like.
Anyway, you should be able to get the Ionic Clean from the Homeright website for about $249. Is that too expensive?