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Nish Wash Kit

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Nish Wash Kit

Regular Price: Rs. 750.00

Special Price Rs. 445.00

  • Headlight to taillight Waterless Washing System (Dry Wash).
  • Substitute of Water in top wash process.

  • Revolutionary way to wash your car, boat, motorbike or any other metal glass or painted surface.
  • Can be used on soiled & dirty surface.
  • Product is certified by ICT, Mumbai and summarized it does not create any damage to painted surface.
  • Effortlessly Cleans all surfaces bodywork, alloys, acryclic windows , chrome & glass).
  • Water Conservation.
  • Make in India Initiative.
  • Contributing towards Swach Bharat.
  • Helping in Reducing Carbon Emission.

Availability: In stock



Model Number Nish NWK
Model Name NISH Wash
Sales Package NISH WASH 500 ml, NISH WIPES (Microfiber cloth) 1 Pair.
Usage Instructions Shake well the container containing NISH WASH. Depending on the dirt, spray adequate quantity on surface to be cleaned. Collect dirt in 'NIRJAL WIPE' microfiber cloth by gently rubbing the surface. Polish the surface using 2nd NISH WIPE Cloth
Used For Car Exterior
  • Environmentally friendly. Non toxic product.
  • No ill effect on painted surface.
  • Does not leave any residue on the surface.
  • Dual application Cleaning & polishing at the same time.
  • Residue is not harmful & it is easily soluble in water.
  • Excellent Working in Dry & Wet condition.
  • Water Conservation.
  • Make in India Initiative.
  • Contributing towards Swachh Bharat.
  • Helping in Reducing Carbon Emission.
  • Huge savings in water ( in case of hose pipe 100 ltr. Of water is being saved ) washing saves approx. 160 ltr. of water for wash.
  • With bucket sponge can save 10 ltr. of water.
  • Ill effects of hard water on vehicle reduced.
  • Savings in electricity ( for dealership & service centers).
  • Do it yourselves concept.
  • Dedicated washing area not required.
  • Disposal of oil, mud . ( non – degradable is reduced).
  • No surfactants (detergents) are washed into storm drains and then into rivers.