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Old 02-23-2004, 19:24   #1 (permalink)
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Question Environmentally Friendly Car Wash?

Does such a thing exist?

I've just moved to a new house on the weekend, and I have nowhere to wash my car, other then the driveway. The driveway runs down hill straight onto the road.

I'm no greeny, but I want to do things right when I can, and I know all those soap suds going down the drain aint good for all the fishy and bird things that live in our ocean's / creeks.

So, is there such a thing as a no harm car wash?

I like keeping my car spotless, and usually do a wash atleast once a week, sometimes more.

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Re: Environmentally Friendly Car Wash?

I thought car lovers etc, were considered water and environmentally approved, as the recycle the water.

I am sure do a search a search on "drought" on here or "water restrictions" and you will find a kit that you can put together yourself.

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Re: Environmentally Friendly Car Wash?

Enjo (or alternative micro-fibre) glove and water. Never use detergent again.

I was sceptical but they work great.
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Thanks for that RAPTOR, now I got that stupid ENJO song stuck in my head .... LOL
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Thanks for that RAPTOR, now I got that stupid ENJO song stuck in my head .... LOL
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Re: Environmentally Friendly Car Wash?

ARGH !!! ENJO!!!.... tho i have heard that they are great for cleaning stuff, especially bathrooms etc inside the house, so i dont see why they wouldnt work jsut as well on the car

They are pretty price tho, single mitt glove is something about $40 or something crazy like that
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Re: Environmentally Friendly Car Wash?

Throw it on the grass . . the plants like the nitrates from detergents etc (as long as its not really vicious stuff )

Don't you guys have the water restrictions up in newcastle ?
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enjo enjo enjooooooooooo
a cleaning we will goooooo
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Re: Environmentally Friendly Car Wash?

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Throw it on the grass . . the plants like the nitrates from detergents etc (as long as its not really vicious stuff )

Don't you guys have the water restrictions up in newcastle ?
Damn Enjo song!

I would if I could
The problem is, i've got no where in the front yard to put the car, other then the driveway.

No water restrictions here (that I know about), and I think with this rain were having this week, can't see one any time soon.
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enjo enjo enjooooooooooo
a cleaning we will goooooo
nooooooo I was going good up till this point

why is the world so cruel
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