The first step is to learn the ins and outs of the electric car, then you can start to build your own brushless washing machine.
The first electric car in Australia, the Bolt EV, is powered by a brush motor.
It can wash about 3,500 litres of water per hour.
The car is designed to be a fuel-efficient option for city drivers.
It has a range of up to 50 kilometres on a charge.
Brushless car washing machines are already available in the US, Europe and Asia.
But it is a relatively expensive, labour-intensive process to build and maintain.
The company, called Clean Power, has been building the technology for a few years.
And it has raised a seed round from Chinese internet start-up company Baidu.
Clean Power says it has developed a “cleaner, faster, cleaner” alternative for car washing, which uses only brushless motors and no electricity.
Clean power has already tested its machines at the Beijing Motor Show in September.
It’s been working with Baidus to test their technology, as well as with other car wash companies in China.
“We’re a big player in the field,” says Clean Power’s chief technology officer, Josh Schmitt.
“A lot of people are looking at us and asking, ‘Why aren’t we doing this?'”
He says that the company has been in talks with Chinese car wash operators and manufacturers.
The challenge for the company is that China is a notoriously expensive place to build cars.
“So when we’re in a position to have the technology, and have a good amount of capital to invest, it makes sense to try and get a piece of the action,” says Schmitt, who has previously worked for car manufacturers such as Ford, Jaguar Land Rover and Renault.
The Chinese car industry has been a particular focus of Clean Power.
The country is known for its high-end car factories.
In 2015, there were over 2.4 million new vehicles built in China, a record.
CleanPower’s new car wash technology will allow it to offer cleaner, cleaner water.
Cleanpower’s product, called Power Wash, is the brainchild of its chief technology and engineering officer, Chris Rutter.
Rutter says the technology is a direct result of the success of the company’s previous technology, the CleanPower Electric Car Wash, which is currently in use by some of the world’s most expensive car companies.
“It’s a really good idea,” he says.
“The technology has been around for a couple of years.
We’ve got lots of experience with it.”
Clean Power has a long history of working with manufacturers and has built up a solid network of customers.
It says it currently has 50,000 customers in China and has invested in a new factory.
The CleanPower electric car washing machine will be installed in a factory in the city of Beijing in the south-east of China.
Cleaning up China’s car industry, says CleanPower CEO Chris Ritter, has become a challenge.
He says Cleanpower has been working to improve its washing technology to address environmental and social concerns, including water pollution.
The electric washing machine also uses more energy than conventional washing machines, meaning it will be more efficient.
“When you’re doing a wash for your car, there’s a certain amount of washing that you do, that you’re not washing on a regular basis,” says Ritter.
“With the electric washing machines you’ll wash your car on a cycle that takes two minutes and it’s really efficient.”
The company is currently looking at other manufacturing options, including creating a machine for commercial use.
“Right now we’re focused on this as a manufacturing service provider,” says Rhinehart.
“If we can get a manufacturing partner that we can work with on the manufacturing side of things, that would be great.”
CleanPower is aiming to have a full-scale factory in China in 2019.
It is also hoping to have its first car wash ready for commercial operations in 2021.
“This is an ambitious target,” says Dr Rutter, “and one that we have to work towards.
This is something that we’re committed to, and that we are really confident about.”
Cleanpower says it plans to offer more than 100 of the cleanest and most environmentally friendly car washing products available in China to the public in the next two years.
“What we’re really excited about is to be able to do this to the car washing market,” says company founder Rhinehardt.
“And we’ve got to do it right.”
Clean power is also looking at manufacturing its own washing machine for export to China, as part of its wider efforts to grow the industry.
“China is the largest manufacturing market in the world,” says senior managing director of operations, Dr Rhineardt.
“That means if we can build our own technology to help out that market, then we’re going to be competitive in that market.”