Imagine someone made a bet with you that for the next six months, you only had 30 minutes per month to spend on car maintenance. As a part of the bet, you are allowed to take your car into the shop before it begins, get it tuned up, serviced, repaired or whatever you want. After that initial treatment though, you are confined to just 30 minutes per month – half an hour per month or 7 and half minutes per week to spend on keeping your car in good condition. Could you pull this off in a way that you could be sure your car wouldn’t be the dingiest car on the road? We could.
All we would need is a bottle of waterless car wash solution and a couple of microfiber cloths – nothing else. Now, don’t take us the wrong way, we aren’t trying to say that the waterless car wash is the end all solution to your problems. If your car’s engine is making weird noises, washing it isn’t going to do you much good – you better take it back to the mechanic. That’s exactly why as a part of the bet, you are allowed to take it to the mechanic to make sure everything is up to speed before you start.
After that though, all you should need to do, is make sure you keep the car looking nice. How will you do that in just 30 minutes per month, though? Surely it takes longer than that to make sure your car is in good condition, right? Not necessarily!
While we normally recommend that people wash their cars using the waterless car wash once every two weeks, it is more than possible to get away with only washing it once per month and still have it looking constantly impressive. The best part, it only takes you about 20 minutes to give your car a great waterless wash, that will last for the whole month. Your car will maintain a higher level of shine than conventional washing, save over a hundred gallons of water and that shine you create will last for weeks after you finish washing it. Since you only spent 20 minutes washing, you still have a solid 10 minutes left to clean, vacuum or even use a couple other waterless car wash products on cleaning the interior and slicking your tyres.
If that doesn’t convince you that all you need to keep your car looking great is 30 minutes per month, we don’t know what will!