an eco-friendly way to clean your ride without pouring gallons of soapy water down the
drain. It’s easy, effective and thoroughly nontoxic.
The inventors are Lisa and Jeff Peri, who went looking for chemical-free car cleaning
products that wouldn’t harm their daughter Kayla, who suffers from a chemical sensitivity
disorder. When they couldn’t find any, they solved the problem on their own. Their Lucky
Earth kit includes a 32 oz. spray cleaner (enough for 7 to 10 washes), a non-petroleum
wheel cleaner, and four microfiber towels. The spray cleaner uses natural surfactants
derived from coconut to break up surface dirt and grime, while silicone allows the residue
to be whisked away without scratching and leaves a smooth, glossy finish. Lucky Earth's
cleaner can also be used inside cars (and boats) on the dashboard, leather seats, doors and
any other non-fabric surfaces.
A typical commercial car wash uses 20 to 45 gallons of water, and a DIY car wash in the
driveway uses a whopping 80 to 140 gallons of water. But with Lucky Earth, you don't
even need to turn on the hose -- a handy feature as summer gets underway and water bans
go into effect. Lucky Earth is safe for you and safe for the environment. It’s a great way to