Would you be willing to pay for a service that gives your vehicle a superior cleaning all the while helping conserve our nation’s natural resources? If so, I encourage you to keep reading.

Your average car-washing business with several automatic and self-serving stations can use anywhere from 35 to 70 gallons of water per vehicle. That equals out to 3,500-7,000 gallons of water per day, or 1.26 million-2.52 million gallons per year. With several car-washing sites located around Nashville you can begin to get a grasp of how much water is actually used to clean our vehicles. Let your mind wander even further and you start seeing what could be done with all of that extra water. That is why Halo Mobile Detailing chooses to use a waterless method to wash your vehicle. On average we use about 16 ounces of water for your vehicle’s exterior. That’s a 1/8 of a gallon per vehicle. That means (using the averages from above), we can clean 280 to 560 vehicles using the amount of water of just one vehicle at your average car wash!

The benefits don’t stop at conserving water though. Going waterless also prevents your vehicle from having water spots due to drying. It also allows the detailer to go over every inch of your vehicle’s paint, finding any areas that might have been missed by conventional washing. At Halo Mobile Detailing we use a solution that contains natural clay and carnauba wax. The all-natural clay breaks down your vehicles mud, heavy dirt, road grime, and contamination allowing the surfactants and lubricating agents to emulsify dirt and contamination from the surface. This allows our microfiber towels to trap and pick up contamination while keeping your paint free of scratches. The carnauba wax helps protect your paint while bringing out its natural shine. The best part of all, it’s 100% biodegradable allowing us to stay true to being Eco-friendly.

 

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