waterlessproductIf you’re in the business of environmentally friendly car wash options, why not consider selling the products customers need to do the job themselves? It might seem counterintuitive at first, but think about the DIY market you’ll capture while maintaining your customer base of people who would rather pay to have the service performed by professionals. Here’s a few items we recommend looking into for retail inside your brick and mortar shops.

1) Consider becoming a distributor. Many waterless products offer the option, including the Chemical Guys which sells their products online. Their spray-on formula is a kind of all-in-one product that acts as a cleaner and a wax finish. With four decades of experience in the car ash industry, they promise to train new distributors on their product before setting you off on your own to sell.

2) And with any waterless product, you’ll need a good towel. Look into a wholesale distributor like The Rag Company for cheap prices on big orders. Imagine how many you could sell both to the DIY customer and the regular if you’re able to say you sell the same products your employees use for a professional-grade cleaning.

3) And for our car wash owners abroad, consider the new waterless car shampoo called ZeroH2O.The biodegradable formula does not contain irritants and won’t damage a vehicle’s paint. To use, spray it on then wipe it off with microfiber towels. Put a little elbow grease into the buff job for a lasting shine. The bottle goes for 15.99 euros.