This Gadget Washes Your Car With Less Water Than You Probably Use To Brush Your Teeth
A 1.5-Gallon Car Wash?Is it possible? An invention called Gleamfire lets you wash without wasting, right in the driveway.
How do you keep your wash water clean?
How do you clean your wash mitt?
How much water do you use?
Advanced filtration technology reduces the abrasive particles in the water, protecting your car's finish.
The more you wash, the dirtier bucket water becomes. All those abrasive particles just slosh around in your bucket, which means they can end up back on your wash mitt.
Integrated spray jets clean your wash mitt with filtered water, so the dirt you take off your car stays off.
With a bucket, it's up to you to stoop down, stick your hands into the water, and rinse and wring until it gets clean again.
Gleamfire only requires 1.5 gallons (5.7 liters) of water--half as much as you'd need for a bucket. Use water more responsibly by being more efficient.
A typical bucket uses 3 gallons (11.4 liters) of water. If you use the two-bucket method, you'll need twice as much water--definitely not efficient.