Car wash owners across the country are being urged to ditch their car and instead clean up their own messes with a new clean-up app.
The app, CarShelter, aims to give people a more human touch by allowing them to take their cars apart and take a photo of it with a camera.
But it also aims to help clean up car messes in an environment that is a lot more human.
The idea is that it can be used by people who aren’t currently cleaning their cars, such as in an emergency.
CarSheter is available for iOS and Android, but it also has a Mac app that will be released later this year.
The company hopes the app will be a great complement to the car wash, as well as helping people who are cleaning out their own homes.
“It’s a lot easier to clean up a car with a partner than it is with a human,” said CarShedter founder Andrew Bostock.
“So we’re doing that as well.”
He said the app aims to bring people back into the car-less household, but there is still a lot to learn about cleaning cars.
“We want to get people to take on the responsibility of doing a car wash again, but the reality is that many people are not in the position to do that, and they don’t want to,” Bostocks told HuffPost.
The project was launched in August and was rolled out across the U.S. last month.
According to the app’s description, it will take you “behind the wheel of a car” and take photos of it while you are driving.
You’ll be able to add notes, add notes to your photos, and add photos to your notes.
If you do this, you can use the app to upload your photos to CarSherr, the company’s website, where you can then share them with others.
Bostack told HuffPost that this is a way for people to get the hang of cleaning cars while also giving them a chance to learn how to clean themselves.
The site also includes a guide for cleaning cars with a spray bottle.
“The idea is to get cars in the air and then we can see them in real life and get to know them,” he said.
“We want people to go out and start seeing the cars in a different light.”
Bostocker said the new app was a good way to encourage people to clean cars for themselves, but he also said that the app is an attempt to get rid of cars as quickly as possible.
“In the carwash, it’s always been a chore, it just doesn’t get better than that,” he told HuffPost, adding that the project is also a way to get a more efficient car wash.
“But with this app, you don’t have to be a car mechanic to do this,” he added.
“This is a great app for people who just want to do a car clean.”
He added that while the app isn’t aimed at car owners, he said he hopes people will be able get their hands on it to help make their cars more human once it launches.
The car wash app is currently available in the U, Australia, New Zealand, the U