how to use our waterless car wash products

Washing your car with Eco Green Auto Clean is so easy, just follow these 4 steps:

  1. Wet a micro fiber towel and squeeze it till it is damp
  2. Spray a section of the car
  3. Wipe dirt from surface with wet towel
  4. Wipe/Dry/Buff with dry towel

How To Use A Waterless Car Wash

A waterless car wash is a high lubricity pre-mixed spray detailer that is used to spray a panel and then you wipe any dirt or road grime off with a moist green microfiber towel and use a dry green microfiber towel to a showroom shine. Waterless washes can be used on vehicles with light or heavy dirt accumulation. They’re a fast way to clean your vehicle, no matter outdoor or indoor.

Choose your waterless washing microfiber towels carefully. A very soft towel with a deep nap (high pile) provides ample room for dirt to accumulate in the towel, rather than being rubbed against the paint. A thin towel with a flat weave or nap will not provide anywhere for loosened dirt to go, so it will be rubbed against the paint as you wipe. You want to use green towels for the surface of the car, blue towels for the windows and yellow for the wheels. For best results, laundry all three color towels separately.

Fold your green microfiber towel in half and then in half again, creating 8 sides. After using all 8 sides of microfiber towel, quit using the microfiber towel and switch to a new, clean microfiber towel so you don’t simply transfer dirt removed from one panel to another panel.

  1. Starting at the top of the vehicle (the cleanest part), spray a panel generously with your waterless wash. The size of the panel depends on how large an area you can spray and wipe dry before it dries on its own. Generally speaking, half the roof or half the hood is a good size section.
  2. Wipe lightly in one direction, with a moist microfiber towel. There’s no need to apply significant pressure and doing so can result in micro scratches. Note: If you wipe in a circular motion, you’re wiping the dirt you’ve just removed back over the section you’ve just cleaned.
  3. As you’re wiping, pay attention to the cleanliness of the towel. When one side becomes soiled, switch to a new side of the towel. Remember, you’ve got 8 sides to work with.
  4. Wipe the section completely dry with another dry microfiber towel and move on to the next section.
  5. Slice your car up into sections.
    Here’s a suggestion for slicing up the car into sections when washing with a Waterless Car Wash.
  6. Roof
  7. Horizontal Panels like the Hood and Trunk lid
  8. Vertical Panels
  9. Front Bumpers and Grills
  10. Rear Bumpers
  11. The wheelsImportant! Do not use the same towel to detail your wheels that you use on your paint! The wheels are covered in brake dust and you cannot risk transferring it back to the paint finish. Designate towels just for wheels, like our yellow microfiber towels.
  12. Then you can go on to do the windows. Use our special Window Clean with blue microfiber towels. Make one towel moist, spray Window Clean and wipe off dirt with moist towel, then dry window with dry blue towel.