Most car washes use at least 40 gallons of water for a single car. Even when the car wash uses recycled water they can potentially introduce and lose about 60 gallons of fresh water from EACH car. Waterless car washing uses minimal amounts of water per car, in some cases less than one pint.
Pollution & Chemicals on Car's Surface
We must face the facts: car washing can pose threats to the environment. Pollution and other harmful residue picked up on the car body runs off into the ground when the car is washed and must go somewhere. It can end up in drinking water or used for plants and animals. With waterless, the dirt is wiped directly onto microfiber towels, capturing any potential runoff.
Chemicals in Wash Liquids
Phosphates (or the chemical replacement NTA) is the standard component of most car wash detergents. A 2002 study showed all detergents destroy fish membranes. Any water discharge from a dirty car will leave a polluted trail. In addition to waterless car washing saving water, all Future Wash's chemicals are biodegradable, making certain no harmful chemicals flood the ground or car.