I recently received a new American-made product called Washdrops that is designed to be a more environmentally friendly way to wash your car at home. It arrived right around Earth Day and it got me thinking about how many wonderful American-made products our family uses to help us be a little more green. I decided to try making my first vlog, or video blog post, so I could show you first-hand some of the USA-made things we love because they help us care for the Earth.
Some of the products I shared in the video we have written about, such as SplashTags, Goodbyns *Goodbyns are no longer made in the USA* and Neat-os in the kitchen. Bonus points for those with eagle eyes to spot other made in USA products around the house such as Fiestaware, a KitchenAid Mixer, and an Eraselet. Outside, I shared our compost bin, our drip irrigation system, our fuel-efficient Winnebago/Itasca motorhome, and then finally, I showed how easy it is to use Washdrops, even on a chilly windy day.
I really enjoyed reviewing this product because I usually put off washing the cars or the motorhome until it is a perfect day – and then I don’t feel like doing the work on a perfect day! But I absolutely had to film this vlog on a certain afternoon and it was not a very nice one. I filled up the bucket with some warm water (for the benefit of my hands, not the vehicle). I went around the motorhome, panel by panel, slathering on the solution made from 1 oz of washdrops for each gallon. (I’d use one gallon for a car, 3-4 for a motorhome.) Then I polished it clean with a microfiber towel. Up high, I just used an extendable brush and then threw the towel over the brush to dry. It was easy. It was fast. It didn’t get me all wet and cold on a windy spring day. And it was oh so satisfying to see how shiny it made the RV. If a car was really muddy or dirty, I might spray it off well first, but for regular washing and polishing, it worked just like it was supposed to and I stayed dry. It clearly used a fraction of the water that washing usually does, which could be especially important for drought areas. I was also glad to know that Washdrops are biodegradeable, solvent-free, butyl-free, phosphaste-free, amonia-free, and safe to pour out on a lawn or flowerbed.
I have added Washdrops to the USA Love List Shop or you can order directly on Amazon and through the Washdrops website. [Disclosure: USA Love List received this product for review purposes and was compensated for this post. Our opinions are always our own, and we aim to write fair and balanced reviews to promote only the very best of American-made products.]
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