How to Wash With Waterless Car Wash


Park in a shady area or in a garage. You will not need any water, hoses, buckets, sponges, or brushes. If there is any sand, salt, or caked on mud, it should be removed first. Heavy road dirt or road film will be cleaned with the Green N Shine.


Shake Green N Shine well for about ten seconds and pour into the micro mist applicator bottle. Pump up the applicator with the air using the special cap which acts as a pump. Work in small sections at one time. Try to work with the wind and remember to wipe off any overspray before it dries.


Spray a small section of the vehicle with Green N Shine and allow it to soak for about ten seconds. Then use the terry towel and wipe off the cleaner and dirt in one direction using very little pressure.


Now take the microfiber cloth and wipe off any remaining wax or haze. Finish by buffing the area gently with the microfiber. You will see a beautiful shine as you buff. Green N Shine will not scratch the clear coat or paint because it lifts and encapsulates the dirt.


Green N Shine can also be used to clean windows, mirror, plastic or vinyl trim. For glass, vinyl dashes, doors, seats wipe off immediately after spraying. For more information visit Green N Shine is distributed by Exterior Cleaning Services, Inc.

Tips and Warnings

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  • It is not necessary to prewash your vehicle unless there is some sand, salt, or caked on mud present.
  • It is a good idea to cover the plastic grill between the hood and windshield so that the wax does not get in there and dry before you notice it. It is a hard to get to area to clean, so just cover it first.
  • This article describes how to clean your auto, truck, motorcycle, or RV with Green N Shine waterless wash, wax, polish, and sealant. Green N Shine is all natural and contains no petroleum products or silicone. When used as directed, it will not scratch the surface of vehicles. Green N Shine is a great way to conserve water, and it is easy to use. No water, soap, hoses, buckets, sponges, or brushes are needed. Try it, and you'll be amazed.