Two Sydney engineers are aiming to become “the Uber of car cleaners” after developing a waterless trade-secreted cleaning technology and enlisting a fleet of “wipe heroes” on scooters to provide an on-demand service to clean vehicles. 

Deputy Premier and Minister for Small Business, John Barilaro, said chemical engineer, Farid Mirmohseni and close friend, mechanical engineer, Reza Keshaverzi, began the tech Startup, WipeHero, which has received a $100,000 Building Partnerships (BP) grant from the private-sector-led, NSW Government-backed Jobs for NSW.

The pair plans to take the business onto the international stage after inventing the biodegradable waterless cleaning product.


The company’s smart waterless technology, combined with its online platform, allows WipeHero to service fleets and individual customers anywhere, at any time.

WipeHero, which has offices in Sydney and Melbourne, has recently signed on major car companies, fleets and dealerships and plans to expand to the United States and the United Arab Emirates.