ZESSTA - Waterless Car Wash

The next time you let water from your tap run waste while washing your vehicle, it is worthwhile to keep in mind the mindboggling journey every drop of water makes before it reaches your tap. Only few cities in India have a water source nearby or are developed on a river bank, other cities and towns main water sources are all in the neighboring districts, making the supply of water a highly complicated affair travelling a long distance to reach us. The need of the hour is to save as much water as we can save so that there is no shortage of drinking and clean water. The ground water available is hard and corrodes your vehicle gradually because when you spray water it goes to so many un-visible places which can’t be wiped and thus corroding starts.

Keeping this in our mind we have developed a highly economical and ecofriendlyproduct “ZESSTA Waterless Car Wash & Shine”.

Now let us discuss the various myths about Water Less Car washing:

Myth #1: A Waterless Car Wash will scratch my car's paint.

Before using Zessta Water Less Car Wash compound try to blow away all loose dust with the help of your home vacuum cleaner. This will avoid your Zessta Microfiber cloth to attract less dust. Make sure you are using quality microfiber towels from ZESSTA.Next, when wiping the Waterless Car Wash formula from the surface of the vehicle, use light strokes to pick up dirt. There is no need to aggressively rub the formula on the car's surface. One should typically take the approach of "wipe and lift" so that the contaminants are not dragging on the surface of the vehicle.

Lastly, using a bit of common sense. If you are dealing with a surface that is muddy or sandy, you will obviously need a pre-rinse. Many people will argue that a pre-rinse defeats the purpose of a "Waterless" car wash.

You will need to somehow remove those heavy contaminants before cleaning the car. Otherwise you will definitely run into problems.

Myth #2: It's not really "waterless" if you have to clean the microfiber towels in water.

To tackle this myth, we need to first clarify what "waterless" means. When people first hear the term they automatically think it means using absolutely no water at all. While this would be nice, it's not realistic. It means using significantly LESS water than the other methods available to consumers.

So yes, you will need to clean the microfiber towels. The towels can easily be washed by letting them soak in a 1-gallon bucket of hot water with a little quantity of ZESSTA CAR SHAMPOO. If you have a bunch of towels, save them all up and do one full load versus cleaning individually.

There is also the misconception people have that the Microfiber cloth is disposed of after one use. Not true.

The average ZESSTA Microfiber cloth can be washed and re-used up to 500 times. Considering that the average person cleans their cars once every two weeks, the towels will last you for about four years before disposal.

If you want to truly be "waterless" then perhaps you should not clean your car at all. But, for most of us who want to keep our vehicles looking nice and maintain their finish, a ZESSTA Waterless Car Wash is a great option.

Myth #3: A quick detailing product and waterless car wash product are the exact same thing.

Typically ZESSTA Waterless Car Wash & Shine has a greater cleaning power than quick detailers. ZESSTA Waterless Car Wash & Shinecombines surfactants, lubricants and pH builders to help break down surface grime more effectively. Quick detailers on the other hand are primarily used to add an instant shine/gloss to a car's paint and are not specifically engineered for cleaning purposes.

Myth #4: Using a waterless car wash product doesn't really help the environment.

The best method of analysis is to compare Waterless Car Washing to the other options available on the market today for consumers.

Environmental impact by method:

ZESSTA Waterless Car Wash & Shine

About 100ml to 150 ml of ZESSTA Waterless Car Wash & Shine is used per wash depending upon the size of the car.

Waterless Car Washing

Has the least environmental impact. The savings in water, energy and chemicals are only compounded as you think of the millions of cars being washed every day.

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