The Easy, Green, No Rinse Way to Wash Your Car? Eco-Friendly Washdrops [VIDEO]

The Easy, Green, No Rinse Way to Wash Your Car? Eco-Friendly Washdrops

We have a brand new sponsor on and I am really excited because to me, they are just like an old friend.  Washdrops eco-friendly, no rinse car wash solution has been on my radar for a few years now and I am more than happy to welcome them to EB and introduce one of my favorite green living brands to you. 

Washdrops has really taken off because consumers like me love that there is no compromising on effectiveness, just because it is eco-friendly.  Washdrops cleans your car, or really anything you need to clean outside like kids toys, bikes, lawn furniture, motorcycles, lawn mowers, siding and more ALL with just one gallon of water and 1 ounce of Washdrops.  It's a no rinse, eco-friendly solution.

Although not needing the hose to rinse your car may take a little getting used to, once you get the hang of it, you will be sold on Washdrops just like me.  Washing your car with Washdrops is one of the best things you can do for our environment, your health and especially your car. 

And by the way, do you know that running the hose to wash your car can use up to 10 gallons of water per minute? That’s crazy in this day of water conservation when Washdrops is the perfect green alternative.  Washdrops leaves a protective shine and it won’t scratch or mess up your wax job AND it’s also super safe for our environment.

Running the hose to wash your car can use up to 10 gallons of water per minute! That's crazy when the perfect green alternative is available in Washdrops

Washdrops helps comply with the US  Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Clean Water Act because it is biodegradable, solvent-free, butyl free, ammonia free and phosphate free.  And folks being Phosphate free is a big advantage to our environment because run off from phosphates in soaps you use to wash your car gets into our groundwater and throws off the PH Balance causing algae blooms and pollution in our lakes and streams.

Florida's Lake Apopka polluted, in large part, because of phosphates

Just a short drive from my home to where my parents live, is what used to be one of Florida’s most beautiful lakes.  One of the biggest lakes in Florida, Lake Apopka was once a world-class bass fishery. Years of chemical abuse caused in large part by phosphates, has earned it the right to be named Florida’s most polluted large lake.  It’s so sad but it doesn't have to be like this if we all make greener, consumer choices like buying Washdrops.

Eco-friendly ingredients is just one more reason Washdrops is one of my favorite eco-friendly consumer finds and why I am a fan.  Isn't Washdrops one green living products we should all use?

It's safe for our environment, it's safe for us and it provides a protective shine.

Gotta love it.

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