Eco-friendly Ways to Clean your Car

Posted by Laura LaFond on

When it comes to taking care of your vehicle, there are many methods you can follow to make sure that your car is in top condition. If you’re an advocate or supporter of environment-friendly practices, then you can follow these simply and easy steps to minimize damage caused by chemicals and pollutants.

Wash your car by yourself.

There are many options where you can wash your car such as a drive-through car wash. However, an automatic car wash wastes water and electricity and uses products that are made from toxic chemical substances. It is recommended that you wash your car personally. This way you can use the KevianClean Car Wash Shampoo made from eco-friendly and biodegradable solutions that will not harm the environment.

Clean your car without using water.

When you regularly clean your car, tons of water is wasted. Thanks to technology, KevianClean has come up with solutions for this. Our formulas are based on organic products that do not require the use of water.

You just simply spray the solution on your cloth and wipe the car clean. Our Quick Wax and Interior Defense will keep your car looking good as new without needing to rinse.

Do not use paper towels.

Some car owners use paper towels to clean and wipe off dirt from windows as well as the interiors of their vehicles. Avoid using this as it will only accumulate trash. Use KevianClean Microfiber Towels because they are reusable and specially made for car cleaning.

Keep your car free from trash.

Any form of garbage belongs to the trash bin, not inside your car. Make it a practice to regularly clean your vehicle and toss any item that has no use. It will only add to the waste inside your car.

Use cotton swabs.

Use cotton swabs to clean your air vent. Swabs can reach the hardest places. If your vents are left uncleaned, they will only accumulate more dirt and dust which will also be blown back to you once you switch on your air conditioner. You may even get allergies from it.

Get rid of your air freshener.

Most air fresheners contain toxic chemicals that can sometimes be harmful when inhaled especially in a small and enclosed area. The best way to eliminate odor is to identify the source of the smell and get rid of it. You may be surprised to find rotten food under your car seat or wet floor mats. Make it a point to regularly check and clean the insides of your car.


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