Garages & Carriage HousesEclectic Garage, Boston
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Car washThose of you who wash your own cars with an average hose fitted to a household tap can pump out around 18 litres of water per minute. With an average of 10 minutes of water usage per wash, that amounts to 180 litres of water. To save water, invest in a high-pressure washer. It will take less time to wash your car and you’ll use about 80 per cent less water in the process.
In the garageIt’s so easy to let the big scary swishy drive-in carwash do the work, but it won’t shift a single helping of Christmas pudding form your backside. Get out the buckets and sponges and buff your car while you stretch and bend.KILOJOULE COUNT: A vigorous hand car wash can use up to 600 kilojoules per hour.