What is a cheap way to wash a car?
By britan from Wonthaggi, Victoria, AU
We wash them at home, with a bucket and dish soap. We rinse with the hose, but keep the hose off when not in use.
I read about this tip; use a tank sprayer (like for bug spraying). The fellow said he filled it with water, wet down the car, I don't think he even used soap. Used a brush or cloth that would not scratch the auto and then sprayed it clean. Very little waste. Sounds great - try it!
Old fashioned type here. I use water and soap and sponges. Why not? It's kills 99% of germs, I use this idea throughout my whole house with hot water. Why not kills 99% of germs. Be frugal. Why not settle for something everyone once used. A little bit of bleach in the toilet and tough stains, and rubbing alcohol for the mirrors, a little bit in luke warm water. If your hands are sensitive I suggest using gloves.
This is how I clean. Oh, soon I'm going to start buying sponges and rags instead of paper towels. I'm cheap lately. Good for the economical times.
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