A West Australian driver has been caught red handed, literally, after allegedly stealing containers of cleaning chemicals from a car wash.
Security video shows the blonde woman douse her car in stolen bright pink ‘pre-soak’ liquid at the Titanium Car Wash in Bunbury on Monday night.
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Little did she know, the acidic chemical should have been diluted before being used and is likely to strip her car’s paint and stain her hands with red ink for days.
The video shows the woman desperately rub the liquid all over her vehicle in an attempt to hide her alleged crime.
The West Australian driver was caught red handed, literally. Credit: Facebook
“To the lovely lady that in her infinite wisdom decided to go to our empty drum storage at Titanium Car and Dog Wash Bunbury and then proceed to use the remains of a few containers of Presoak on her car, I applaud your ingenuity!,” the car wash wrote on Facebook.
“However you may have wanted to read the label….
“The product you’ve so liberally applied is not the same presoak that is delivered in the manual bays, it is in fact a ridiculously concentrated product used in a two step process in the auto wash cycle.”
Little did she know, the acidic chemical should have been diluted. Credit: Facebook
The post continued: “It’s intended use is in the auto bays where it is heavily diluted and on the car for about 30secs before it is counted with a equally strong alkaline product…..
“At the concentrated level and for the 10 minutes it sat on your paint while you scrubbed it in ”
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Security video shows the blonde woman douse her car in stolen bright pink ‘pre-soak’ liquid.
The Facebook post explained that the pre-soak liquid won’t cause harm to the woman’s skin, but it will likely take a lot of “scrubbing” to remove the red stains from her hands.
It’s understood the car wash is not planning to contact police about the alleged theft.