Waterless Car Wash
Waterless car washes are a chemical-based method of cleaning your car using little or no water at all. With a special waterless product and a microfibre cloth, we can make your vehicle clean and shiny, like a regular wash.
If your car is parked in a building with no carwash bay, or your location doesn’t allow pressure washer wash. This service will be perfect for you, thanks to our special waterless car wash products which is available for our Basic and Deluxe package.
Waterless Car Wash Work?
Our Waterless service utilise a type of car cleaning product that requires little or no water at all. These products uses high lubricity sprays to polish and wash the vehicle’s paint work. The spray’s high lubricity chemicals encapsulate dirt and dust particles. This process is similar to how water removes dirt, but the chemical combination of a waterless car wash product is more efficient.
Waterless car wash products come in the form of sprays that you apply directly to your car’s panels. Leave the liquid on the paint work for a few seconds to work on the sprayed surface, the lubricity chemical will losen up the dirt and particles. No detergent, pails, sponges, hoses, brushes, squeegees, or mops to dry wet floors with later.
This type of wash will keep the strata body and building cleaners. It’s a clean and efficient car wash that leaves nothing behind.
What Are the Benefits of Using Waterless Car Wash?
What Are the Disadvantages of Using Waterless Car Wash?
Takes More Time
Waterless car washes take a lot more time to complete. With a standard water-based car wash, you can spray the entire vehicle with water all at once. That’s not the case with waterless car washes. Instead of spraying with a pressure washer, which can cover a large area in a short time. With Waterless wash, you’re often using a handheld spray bottle to apply the liquid. Which means, we can only cover a small section of the car at a time.
Because there’s no water supply, we cannot use our pressure washer which can remove heavy soil on the car body. To wash a car that’s been off-road and covered in mud, you’ll still need to use our other services: Interior Detail, Exterior Detail or The Ultimate Detailing.
Technique, Experience and Equipment
The correct type of microfiber towel needs to be used because of high absorbency and softness, which helps to scoop up these dirt particles. If the waterless car wash product is used correctly, it will not damage or scratch your car’s paint.
Our technician also have the experience to tell which area requires more care.
As mentioned above, more labour time is required and extra care is needed when doing a waterless hand car wash. This means the service will need a higher fee to cover the extra time and cost involved.