Cleaning Your Car After a Drag Race
There is no doubt that everyone wants their ride to be spotless and shining. Clean cars are not only pleasing to the eye, but also help in keeping vehicles rust-free prolonging their life. After each race, your car is bound to become filthy with mud, dirt and grime. But did you know that cleaning your cars is more than taking the hose and using soap? It is also about awareness of how cleaning can impact the environment. The Sports Techie community blog is excited about day light savings time beginning this Sunday meaning you can do more off roading during daylight hours while living a more sustainable lifestyle all day and year long.
Green Car Wash
Come the weekend, off roaders love nothing more than to take a vehicle out into the dirt. Like any fan, you all also love fixing the thing up after you’re done, but as someone who cares about the environment, I want to make sure I’m responsible. One way I’ve found to do that is by being more eco-friendly when it comes to cleaning.
When you wash cars, you use soap and water. The cleaning products you use contain many toxic ingredients that are harmful when released together with residues of oil, tar and fuel into the environment. These materials contaminate rivers, lakes and groundwater harming flora and fauna. Thus, it is important to consider how you wash vehicles using the minimum amount of water and the type of car wash product you use. Several eco-friendly car cleaning tips are outlined in this article.
Sports Techie, the guide on how to clean your car in an eco-friendly manner is meant to give you ideas and options for taking care of your vehicles and the mother earth at the same time.
The fact that a car wash at home with a hose uses an average of 100-140 gallon of water per automobile is pure insanity when considering the fact 1.2 billion people around the world have little access to clean drinking water. Despite what our current administration and President Trump want you believe, global warming and the scarcity of global H2O is as real as the depleting ozone, shrinking polar ice caps and more heat around the earth than humans and animals are designed to live with both short and long-term.
Always keep your adventures eco friendly.
See y’all later in Seattle, Atlanta and around the world.
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