Suzanne Keane finds out if you really can clean up with waterless wash
No-H2o’s range of products is eco-friendly, biodegradable and designed to remove the need for water when cleaning your car. It’s estimated that you can use up to 1,000 litres of water when valeting a car which, with Irish Water bills arriving on our doorsteps next year, can become an expensive hobby!
It’s also been approved for use on Airbus Aircraft but did it get the wheelsforwomen seal of approval?
No-H2O Bug Remover is a biodegradable cleaner for removing those disgusting bits of bugs that are no doubt stuck to the front of your car! When we tried it a quick spray was enough to dissolve most of the bug residue with a few remaining smears requiring some elbow grease with a microfiber cloth. This can be used on paintwork, glass and plastic but don’t forget to use some wash and polish afterwards to protect the paint!
No-H2o’s Interior Clean leaves a clean matt finish and unlike most dash cleaners it doesn’t leave a scent behind – ideal if you’re not a fan of overwhelming smells! It effortlessly removed all the dust and dirt from plastics and didn’t leave any streaks behind!
No-H2o’s Waterless wash and polish is designed to replace the need to wash your car with water. It can be used on all surfaces and is made from a non-scratch formula to make sure any grit won’t scratch your paintwork. Simply spray the car (one section at a time) and wipe off the dirt with a microfiber cloth!
No-H2Os wheel cleaner certainly does what it says on the bottle! A quick spray had brake dust running off the spokes without using any water. I just used a cloth on these wheels but I’d recommend using a wheel brush for the scrubbing and finishing it off with a microfibre cloth to make sure you get into all the crevices!
So if you want to do your bit for the environment and get your car cleaned at the same time No-H2o is certainly worth checking out!
11th August, 2014