How Waterless Car wash works?

You’ve probably heard about a waterless car wash or a spray on a car wash or a dry car wash, but you have absolutely no idea what it is! In this post, we will cover the basics of a waterless car wash, the results you can achieve and how you can wash your car at home with minimal water use.


A waterless car wash is an eco-friendly and efficient car wash that uses little or no water. Sometimes it is also known as a spray-on car wash or no water car wash.
It also allows the car detailer to service your car in narrow spaces while saving surprising amounts of water.


Waterless products are more advanced than regular soap used for a mobile car wash as they need to compensate for the lack of water. Thus, the efficiency of the waterless car wash is usually better than using water-based methods. Plus, when doing a waterless car detailing, you only need a bucket of water to rinse your towels instead of using between 75 to 150L of clean water.

A waterless car wash uses high lubricity sprays to polish and wash the vehicle’s bodywork.The spray’s powerful plant-based surfactants ‘lift’ up contaminants while the super soft microfiber towels safely absorb the encapsulated dirt.


You have to simply spray the surface of the car and then wipe it off – easy as that!

See the video below to see how the waterless car wash works in more detail:



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