How do King of Sheen Waterless Car Wash products work and why they will NOT scratch the paint surface of the car?

1) Dirt particles are liquefied and encapsulated by special premium grade polymers on contact and are gently ‘lifted away and suspended’ from the surface, preventing them from revisiting the surface of the paintwork.
2) The encapsulated dirt is then trapped by the microscopic fibres of the Microfibre cloth. This cloth can soak up 9 times its weight in liquid.
3) The Advanced Ultra Nano formulation also contains Nano and Carnauba waxes which seal the vehicles base metal and wax coats the paint surface at the same time for double protection; repelling water, making the surface super slick, shiny and giving anti-static protective qualities. This helps to prevent dust being attracted to the surface keeping the surfaces cleaner and shinier for much longer than old style traditional washing.
Pearl waterless car wash products definitely WILL NOT scratch the paint surface or any other surface as they come into contact with it. Like with any vehicle washing, it is just a matter of technique in using the correct application methods, together with a quality microfibre cloth, the product itself will not scratch the car.
A very simple and efficient process using two quality microfibre cloths, you simply spray onto one folded cloth and onto a panel of the vehicle, gently wipe with leading cloth and quickly buff using second cloth to a brilliant instant mirror gloss shine, repeating the process until the whole car is not only clean but also highly polished and shiny. The only time water is ever required is if the vehicle has thick mud or sand stuck to the skirts which can be simply rinsed or steamed off (1L of water produces 2 hours worth of steam) from that specific localised area before continuing the all-in-one clean and polishing process by applying the waterless product.
Consider the waterless benefits over the implications of conventional washing methods using buckets of soapy suds splashing everywhere and potentially concealing a dirty sponge, rinsing with gallons of water and then using a microfibre cloth and chamois leather having to revisit the same area of the car many times and therefore definitely increasing the likelihood of scratching the paint surface. Many times we have seen evidence of the high pressure water from hot water blistering paintwork and hand held lances accidentally chipping and scratching paintwork.