Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Earth-Friendly Waterless Car Wash

With the unfortunate onset of the recent Southern California wildfires, conserving as much water as possible is now more important than ever. For those of you who want to do you part to help save California's resources for those in need, but want to keep the environment off of your clean car, there is a new product on the market called Lucky Earth "Waterless" Car Wash.

Per the website, "Lucky Earth "Waterless" Car Wash dissolves and encapsulates dirt and whisks it away with a microfiber towel. Since no water is needed to wash the car, you will be helping to reduce water consumption, and no pollutants will run off into our streams, rivers, and lakes." Every bottle of car wash has the potential to save 840 gallons of water.

Lucky Earth is also doing their part for charity, donating 1% of net profits to support Heal the Bay.

For information on where to buy this product locally, check their website at, and don't forget to conserve water!

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