As a water ban draws near, and much like who gardeners want to keep their gardens in top condition, how can we keep our cars clean with so much ash and dust settling on the paintwork?
In greater Sydney and Brisbane right now, the bush is ablaze with uncontrollable fires.
There is no better time to start experimenting with waterless washes. I hadn’t heard of waterless washes until Larry from AMMO introduced his product Frothe in one of his awesome videos.
Although not meant as a substitute for a thorough clean, waterless washes will still provide a thorough wash.
The good thing with some of the smaller applicators or sprays is that if you’re going on a photo shoot or long road trip, you can easily stow it away and keep your car pristine at all times.
So with the fires, water ban, and wanting to keep your car clean give any one of these waterless washes a go. Below are just a few brands out there on the market.
Note: some of these products are concentrates or require an atomizer to work best but most brands will have a ready to spray option.