DriWash Solutions started rather simply - I ran out of the
DRI WASH 'n GUARD® Waterless Car Wash product and needed some more. As I looked into purchasing more of the product, I also researched the fact that I could also become a distributor. So - the fact that I use the product and believe in it - I decided to start selling it.
I first found out about the
product in 1996 at a motorcycle swap meet, here in Ithaca, NY. The gentleman gave me a demo of the DRI WASH 'n GUARD® Waterless Car Wash product, and I took a small 1oz sample bottle home with me. I was at first skeptical, but I tried it on my new bike, back then a 1995 Harley-Davidson 883 Sportster. The bike was black, and the DRI WASH 'n GUARD® product did a great job at removing swirl marks in the paint on the tank. I decided to use it on the rest of the painted surfaces on the bike and it looked great - and it was fast and easy to apply!
It only takes a few minutes to do before a ride, and the bikes look great. The
DRI WASH 'n GUARD® Waterless Car Wash product also does a superb job at removing the bugs from the front of the bike - on the forks and windshield. If you've ever struggled at removing bugs, give this stuff a try - you'll be glad you did.
And, if you own an 883 Sportster or a Dyna Superglide with all of the polished aluminum parts (rather than chrome) like the primary cover, headlight eyebrow, transmission cover, rocker boxes, etc. you'll really want to check out the DRI WASH 'n GUARD® Premium Metal Polish. This stuff works amazingly on the aluminum parts, it basically gets them shining just like chrome, without a lot of effort.
I also use the
DRI WASH 'n GUARD® Waterless Car Wash
on my daily driver, a 2005 Ford Explorer. The truck is black, and if you own a black vehicle, you know how tough it is to keep it clean. The
DRI WASH 'n GUARD® Waterless Car Wash product helps by removing any swirl marks in the finish, shines, and really makes the truck look *black*.
also use it as the exclusive cleaner
on my recently restored '65 Mustang
Fastback. I've owned the car for
25 years, and started tearing it apart
on Thanksgiving of 2004. The finished
ground-up rest-o-mod was essentially
completed in September of 2005.
You can see the complete restoration
And finally, if you like the product, why not sell it. That was my reason for getting into this endeavor - and anyone can become a distributor. If your interested in becoming a distributor - drop me a line from the
Contacts page. I'll be glad to give you all the help and information you need.