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Washing in Warm Water

   If where you are is anything like where I am right now, it is hot. It is currently up around ninety degrees where I am and it isn’t even half past ten in the morning yet. While this is not a good situation to be in if you don’t have a fan or air conditioning, it can come in handy for certain things. This is especially true of cleaning things off outside. While this is true, we would like to remind you that if you are outside in heat like this, you should do your best to stay hydrated and wear sunblock to protect yourself.

Very few people will volunteer to be outside working in heat like this, but there are certain things that can be helped along if you are working in this weather. One of those things is how quickly water will evaporate. This means that if it is hot outside and you need to wash your car or truck, this is a perfect day to do so! It is bright, sunny, and hot so the sun is working wonders to dry up any stray water that may be out and about. While this can mean a bit more trouble for certain people trying to stay cool, it means that you can let nature do its thing when it comes to you drying your company’s vehicles.

Obviously, washing the trucks and other vehicles that your company uses is something that should be one of your highest priorities. It can be time consuming, however, especially when you need to take the time to dry the entire vehicle. While hand drying will naturally take the longest, even taking the time to have it blown dry can set you back on time, which is something we want to help you prevent. This is one of the reasons why we suggest you simply leave your vehicles out in the sun and let nature do what it does best.

By letting the sun dry your vehicles, you are also helping to release more water into the environment which will help with rainfall. Thanks to the wonderful water cycle, we know that the sun needs to evaporate water which allows it to collect in clouds before falling. This means that it is more cost effective, time efficient, and better for the environment to let the sun and warm weather dry your trucks for you!