Dri Wash N Guard
"And as long as it’s not soiled in mud you don’t need to wash your car first. You’ll save around 150 gallons of water each time you clean it"
We didn’t expect a client who sells car wash products to turn up at our office in a fire engine – but Kevin Murphy did...
This vehicle is used at events and local shows for demonstrating and selling Dri Wash N Guard. “The whole point of the fire engine is to grab people.” Kevin said. “When you go to a car show you need something that’s going to do that because there are lots of things for people to look at.” The engine certainly caught our attention as it pulled up outside and that’s without the PA system blaring and the big Dri Wash bottle poking out of the roof, as it appears at car shows.
But what’s beneath such showmanship? Dri Wash N Guard is a waterless car wash and protective glaze polish. Now available in the UK it cleans, polishes and protects your car, boat, motorbike or aeroplane. Kevin demonstrated on a couple of our cars, “I wish I wasn’t selling it now” one driver said on seeing her Jag post Dri Wash treatment. With Dri Wash N Guard you don’t need a window cleaner. And as long as it’s not soiled in mud you don’t need to wash your car first. You’ll save around 150 gallons of water each time you clean it. You’ll also not require another product to clean chrome because Dri Wash has that covered as well.
A 472ml bottle of Original Waterless Car Wash will cost you £16, which might seem like a lot, but it’s not really when you consider it will do you for 8 washes; £2 for one car wash struck us as, well, dirt cheap. A 946ml refill is £32. Buy Original and Refill together and £8 is knocked off meaning you pay only £40.
On top of the original product, there’s the Leather & Vinyl Treatment, Premium Metal Polish, and Upholstery, Fabric & Carpet Treatment. The products aren’t even restricted to cars – we made full use of Kevin and Dri Wash and now the large mirror in reception is gleaming!
You can purchase Dri Wash N Guard at driwashnguard.co.uk
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