If you have ever wanted a clean car as well as lower water bills, lower car wash bills and a lower carbon footprint, the waterless car wash is the solution you’re looking for.
Waterless carwashes are chemical cleaning solutions that are applied to your car and then rubbed off with microfiber towels – leaving you with a polished, clean car. The total task should take less than twenty minutes once you get used to it.
If you are comfortable with your paid car wash, your hose or your soap-and-water solution, why should you switch?
Here are some reasons that will hopefully make you think.
You save money. If you’re a weekly washer, a wash – between $5 and $8 – adds up to $240 – 384 every year. A gallon of wash concentrate and two microfiber towels cost you $150 to $200, and last for at least five years. That’s $30 – $40 per year.
You save water. Every time you turn the hose on your Carwash services car, you waste over 100 gallons. A car wash uses about 40 gallons per car. With waterless car wash, you use only as much water as it takes to spray on, and possibly a little more on the wheels. The 2007 drought in Atlanta, Georgia, saw many professional car wash units switching to waterless washes.
You save time. Do you think your 20 minutes spent scrubbing your car is being wasted? Add up the time and money you spend
driving to, from and through the car wash
cleaning areas the car wash missed
earning $240 – $384 every year
and working out for 20 minutes every week.
Is the time paying for itself yet?
You don’t risk scratching. The ingredients of waterless carwash form a coating around dust particles, not letting them scratch the surface of your paint. A strong jet of water can blast these particles straight into your car body, which results in further injury to the paint, and more frequent paint jobs. The microfiber used with waterless car washes, on the other hand, scoops up the dirty and provides a gentle buffing action to your car’s delicate exterior.
You get a wash, wax, polish and sealant, all in one step. The waterless car wash contains more than just the cleaning emulsifiers present in soap. The protectant, polish and sealant components form a coating on top of the paint, giving your car the sheen only a wax job could give before – all for no extra effort. After a proper waterless wash, your car’s surface should look smooth and glossy, with water beading in round droplets on its surface.
With all this saving – water, money and paint – you automatically qualify as “environmentally friendly”. Unlike many environment-friendly options that make you work harder or spend more, the waterless carwash actually lets you gain – in every possible way.
The next time your car gets dirty, what will you do?
Go through the car wash, costing between 15 and 30 dollars every month?
Hose down your car, running up a water bill for over 100 gallons?