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Company Name: KLEEN App

Headquarters: London

Website: KLEEN App on iTunes

Headcount: Undisclosed

Profile: KLEEN App is the newly launched waterless car wash app, designed to change the way you clean your car in the city.

Residents, fleet and service car drivers can use the app to conveniently clean thie car and make use of the company's zero-waste and environmentally innovative approach to car care, which uses no water, zero waste.

The all mobile experience offers an on-demand sustainable car care solution. Using only an award winning waterless technology, made in Great Britain, KLEEN App can be easily booked anywhere the car is parked in three easy seamless steps.

The resulting service uses less than 250ml of waterless technology instead of the old model of using 95 gallons of water per car.

The Financial Times recently described the company as: "KLEEN the Deliveroo of car care for our generation."

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