The throttling function on body cleaners like Body Cleaners Throttle, Throttle2 and Throttle3 allows them to be much more efficient at cleaning up a dirty body than the usual manual or auto-clean methods.
When a body cleaner is running in auto mode, the throttle automatically turns off the engine to speed up the cleaning process.
However, when auto-cleaning the car is set to manual mode, you can use the throttle to speed things up by turning the engine on to keep the body cleaner in the process.
While it might sound like a bit of a hassle, Throat’s throttles are really useful in the field.
For one, they are more reliable than other body cleaners that are manually cleaned.
Throttle 2 and Throat 3 have two throttles per engine and can be turned on and off as necessary.
You can also set the throttles to turn off after a few minutes or even before you have finished cleaning.
Throttling is especially useful when cleaning up cars with small body parts, like wheels, and is great for keeping cars looking good.
The throttle works by cutting a small area of air off the body of the car, which means the cleaner doesn’t get in the way when it’s drying.
Throat also reduces the amount of water that can get into the car when cleaning, which helps reduce odors and improve the quality of the overall car.
Throtting works especially well on the top end of a body’s surface area, so it can help keep the surface clean while it dries.
The Throttle also works well for cleaning up large areas, like tires, which is a good thing because a lot of people don’t clean their tires every few years.
Throut also allows you to control the amount the cleaner removes, which can be useful when you want to remove a body part that you just washed out.
If you’re not into body cleaners, you might want to get a manual body cleaner that has a built-in throttle that you can set manually.