Tuesday, October 19, 2010


Xtreme Green Waterless Wash: Keeping Your Car Looking Beautiful: A Review and Giveaway!

With the leaves falling all around us, this is the season of seeing our cars looking like one big mess!  So cool that I had the opportunity to try the Xtreme Green Waterless Wash! 

This is how they describe their product:

Xtreme Green Waterless Wash was originally developed as a way for people to clean and shine their cars while saving one of the planet’s most precious resources – water. The goal was, that it had to be safe for the environment, safe for vehicles, and safe for people.


The need for this product has increased dramatically because more and more communities restrict car washing in driveways due to water runoff and water shortages. It’s a convenient way to touch-up their vehicle without the use of a bucket, hose, sponge, soap or towels.

The product performs two basic functions:


1) It cleans and it shines


2) Does not scratch the finish.

CLEANS


This citrus-powered formula will lift away road grime, bugs, bird droppings, road tar and dirt on cars, motorcycles, trucks and water craft.

SHINES AND PROTECTS


Waterless Wash has special lubricating and shine agents that leave behind a just- waxed looking, shiny coating that will bead water for up to 4 weeks.

For this review I went to the expert in my little family - my boyfriend!  There is no one I know of who is more fanatical about keeping their car clean, so I thought he was a natural for this review.

Here's what he had to say:

I have to classify myself as a car buff, no pun intended! I also go to car shows regularly throughout the year not only with my yellow /black 1970 Dodge Challenger but also with my 2006 Black Chrysler SRT8. Often times keeping a black car looking good requires a lot of effort and energy!



Living in a high traffic, land of hard water, in northern New Jersey, this is just what the doctor ordered. Nothing like washing the car and getting to the show and having white streaks trailing off the mirrors and rooflines!


Enter Extreme Green Waterless Wash. This stuff is amazing! Applies with a microfiber cloth, a light spray, a wipe and there you have it, a beautiful shine, no streaks! This can be used on chrome and glass as well. I used it on the chrome in the engine compartment as well. The best news is it’s made in the USA and is Green for the environment. As an avid car enthusiast, I recommend and stand by this product . So, get your hands on some Extreme Green Waterless Wash!
 
Quite the endorsement, huh?  Want to get your hands on some?  Go here to see this as well as other products that might interest you!
 
This product is associated with the Extreme Green Girls blog which is chock full of some really great information on green living.
 
Oh yeah...there is a giveaway with this review too!   If you want to win a can of Xtreme Green Waterless Wash and a great soft cloth to go with it, here's what you have to do:
 
(1) You MUST be a Google Friend Connect follower of my blog ( this will be verified)


AND

(2) You MUST tell me a water conservation fact from this page.

That's it! Too easy!!

BOTH (1) and (2) MUST be done for your initial entry! Leave me ONE comment stating that both items were completed. If you already follow me just let me know.

If you want additional entries:

(3) Follow me on Twitter

(4) Like Extreme Green Girls on Facebook here and let them know I sent you

(5) Tweet about this giveaway - you can do this daily - leave a separate comment for each tweet

(6) Blog about this giveaway and leave me a comment with a link to your post and link back to this give-a-way post as well!

(7) Subscribe to my blog via email ( see email sign-up on sidebar)

(8) Comment on any of my posts and let me know which one



Give-a-way to run until 11:59 pm EST on November 2, 2010. Winner will be chosen via Random.org. Email will be sent to winner with a response needed within 72 hours of winning email with shipping information. If winner does not respond to email, an alternate winner will be chosen. Good only within the continental USA. Make sure you leave a contact email within your post or check to make sure that I can email you via your blogger profile.


Disclaimer: I was provided  with the item I reviewed, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or conduct a product giveaway.









27 comments:

twinmomoftwins said...

I learned that it is associated with the extreme green girls blog and I learned that it was designed to clean and shine a car while conserving water
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Molly said...

Wow, I was surprised to see that you use 80 to 140 gallons of water to wash your car! This looks like great stuff!
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Terry said...

I follow you on Google Friend Connect.

I learned that washing a car at home uses 80-140 gallons of water.

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I like EGG on FB & posted on their wall that you sent me.

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I subscribe to your blog via email.

Terry said...

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tattgiff said...

I didn't get very far on the water conservation page...the first fact hit me!
LESS than 1%(!!!) of the water on earth can be used for drinking????
ouch
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msvickik said...

Yikes-- it takes 80 to 140 gallons of water to wash my car! Who knew?!!

pkrdon said...

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the average american uses 140-170 gallons of water per day

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Homemaker said...

I'm following your blog via GFC.
I guess the fact I found most shocking was that the average American uses 140-170 gallons of water....PER DAY!! WOW! I guess I never realized that, but it's probably about right when you figure shower/bath, washing hands, flushing toilet, washing clothes, washing dishes, cleaning, drinking, ect.
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Following you on Twitter - EbayMommy
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susan said...

I follow your blog via gfc suelee1998 @ gmail.com

and a water fact is, washing a car can waste 80- 140 gallons of water.

Julie said...

I follow your blog as jelaws5

I learned that a garden hose uses water in one hour as much as a average family of 4 uses in one day- yikes
thanks for the giveaway
my dh really wants to try this :)
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FDP 4 Life said...

less than 1% of the water supply on earth can be used as drinking water
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naynays1 said...

I follow you on Google Friend Connect.

I learned that washing a car at home uses 80-140 gallons of water.
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Hbomb said...

I follow, and i learned that the average american uses 140-170 gallons of water every day.
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Gianna said...

Less than 1% of the water supply on earth can be used as drinking water, hmm