- Transitioning to larger containers of products
- Transitioning to the right plastics - the most easily recyclable. For information on plastic coding and recycling, click here.
- Using minimal packaging. (We use microfiber towels as padding instead of bubble wrap, and we don't separate products with plastic bags.)
- Making kits and products uniform in size to standard shipping boxes.
- UPDATE: We are revamping our products in an attempt to eliminate plastics - the latest batch of our products were delivered with non-removable (non-reusable) spray tops) - we will be using these up then switching over to re-usable spray bottles only.
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"The average home car wash uses 80 to 145 gallons of water, according to the International Carwash Association. The average commercial car wash uses 45." - Orange County Register
When you use waterless car wash, you use zero.
Even better, your purchase contributes to water conservation four more ways:
- Minimizing toxic runoff
- Supporting "green" manufacturing
- 15% of our profits or a minimum of $250 worth of products are contributed annually to clean water charities.
- NAVAJO WATER PROJECT - NAVAJO WATER PROJECT
- Mermaids for Clean Water - http://www.mermaidsforcleanwater.org
Generosity - http://generosity.org
- Pure Water for the World - http://purewaterfortheworld.org
- Blood:Water - http://www.bloodwater.org
- Water For Good - https://waterforgood.org
- Hope of Life International - https://www.hopeoflifeintl.org
- Charity:Water - http://www.goodnet.org/articles/clean-water-charity-that-gives-100-percent-qa
- Three Avocados - http://www.goodnet.org/articles/how-drinking-coffee-help-others-drink-clean-water-qa
- PureMadi - http://www.puremadi.org/PureMadi/Welcome.html
- The Columbia Water Center - http://water.columbia.edu
- Water Is Life - http://waterislife.com
- Miya - http://www.miya-water.com