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Saving Water

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Going WATER-LESS saves 20-40 gallons of water per CAR wash

Going water-less using CroftgateUSA eliminates your water consumption and water runoff. CroftgateUSA car care products helps save gallons of water, and eliminates water spots from occurring while washing your vehicle. Each time you clean your vehicle with CroftgateUSA, a protective layer is applied to the surface; thus making it easier to clean each time you wash your vehicle.

How does it work?

Croftgate USA car care products contain biodegradable surfactants, advanced natural waxes, and macro-molecular-polymers. All Croftgate USA products contain surfactants, acting as detergents, wetting agents and foaming agents, that lift any debris from the surface.  

Home Car Washing Wastes Water and Leads to Water Pollution

Most people who wash their cars at home don't realize where the contaminated water goes or how much is wasted. Home car washing releases contaminated water directly into the environment or into storm drains intended for rainwater. This causes pollution in our rivers, lakes and streams. Also, engineering studies show that a 5/8" hose running at 50 pounds per square inch uses 10 gallons of water per minute compared to washing your car at a self-serve car wash for only 11.1 gallons.

The dirty water and soap that comes off your car at home usually flows down the driveway, into a curb inlet or gutter, and ends up in a nearby creek or river. Curb inlets are designed to drain rainwater from the streets to prevent flooding. This water does not go to a water treatment facility to be cleaned. By using a commercial car wash, the soap and dirty water enter a filter system, which removes grit and oil. The water then flows through the sanitary sewer to a treatment facility where the water is cleansed.