As Official Car Supplier of Arsenal, Citroën hatched a cunning seasonal plan recently. Knowing the time is right for us to wash our cars in case summer puts in an unexpected appearance, they’ve carried out some research to see what is the best and most environmentally efficient way to clean our cars.
And by the looks of things, you need sponge ball boys to do this properly!
Gosh – this is ground breaking research that female car washers will welcome I feel sure…
Now that Arsenal players have some time on their hands before the Premiership and European Leagues kick into action again, Citroën asked first team players Per Mertesacker, Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud to contribute towards this scientific study into the ultimate ‘premier’ car wash, allowing Club captain Thomas Vermaelen the final word.
The survey results proved that dirty and bigger cars used more water than less dirty smaller ones but the height of the washer proved inconclusive, leading me to assume the less tall washer(s) used a step to reach the centre of the roof like me.
More importantly and all part of the manufacturer’s quirky take on motoring, this all reminds us about Citroën’s stylish cars which is a much needed sideshow for a still-smarting Newcastle United fan after Sunday’s end of season game…
And I suppose those very same ball boys may well receive a call up for Wimbledon?
Oh yes, if you want to find out what Thomas Vermaelen thought about all this, you have to watch the video – to see how car cleaning should be done of course.