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Types Of Car Washes

Other than a home, your automobile is one of the most expensive items you will ever purchase. Keeping your car shining can be a challenge. You need to maintain your car constantly to keep it looking showroom, new.



There are many ways to wash a vehicle, and each car wash service does things differently.

Find Out the Pros & Cons to Each Types of Car Wash

Mechanized Car Wash

There are two types of mechanized car washes. One uses brushes, while the other uses high-pressure water. They will both get your car clean, and some will even allow you to apply wax and other paint conditioners. Unfortunately, however, they can harm the paint of your vehicle.

Car washes that use brushes that spin against your car can scratch the paint. This type of car wash may be convenient, which is its only actual attribute, but it can be hard on your car's finish.

Pros:

  • They are fast.

  • They can be convenient.

  • They are inexpensive.

Cons:

  • Brushes and high-pressure water can harm your paint

  • The chemicals used by these machines may harm your paint.

  • The low cost of this type of car wash may be more costly than it appears.

Self-Service Car Wash

A self-service car wash offers the convenience of a power washer, and that is about all. Because that is what these facilities offer, they are glorified power washers. Self-serve car washes allow you to rinse the dirt from your vehicle, wash it with soap, and rinse it again.

Most of these services also offer add-ons, such as tire and wheel cleaner, wax, and sealant at an added price. If you do not mind washing your car and do not have an area to do so, self-service car washes are an acceptable method of keeping your car clean.

Pros:

  • Very inexpensive compared to other ways to wash your car.

  • No equipment is necessary, and any mess made while washing your car is left where you washed it.

  • You do not need to buy and keep special equipment or cleaners, which can be very expensive.

Cons:

  • It is a very messy, labor-intensive job.

  • Cross-contamination of brushes can scratch your paint

  • The chemicals used by these services are low quality.

Do it yourself Hand wash

Using a self-service car wash is labor-intensive, and hand washing your car is even more so. Nevertheless, hand washing is the best way to wash your car. However, it requires equipment, cleaners, and specialized tools to do the best job.

The finishes on today's vehicles require certain cleaners and care to maintain their best appearance. Unfortunately, buying all the different items, you need to keep your car shined up can be very expensive. By the time you buy supplies to clean your vehicle, you have spent a bundle of cash.

Pros

  • The most inexpensive way to clean your car

  • No need to leave home

  • You can take your time and clean it with the utmost care.

Cons

  • Hand washing your care is very labor-intensive.

  • It takes a lot of time, and you must have an idea of what you are doing, or your mistakes can be costly.

  • You must purchase the equipment and cleaning supplies you need to wash your car.

Mobile car wash service

Like many of us, you barely have time to fulfill your current schedule without adding the chore of washing your car. Unfortunately, finding the time and a location to wash your car is not how you want to spend your time off.

One of the most convenient ways to have your car hand-washed is from a mobile car wash service because they come to you. They offer premium cleaning products and professional staff that know how to hand wash your car without harming its finish.

Pros

  • Performed by a professional staff

  • High-quality work and products

  • They offer full detailing and other services to make your car look its best.

  • They come to you!

Cons

  • Mobile car-washing services are the best way to keep your car clean. But, unfortunately, it is also the most expensive.

Victoria's Best Mobile Car Wash Service

If your car needs to be cleaned, and you do not have the time, contact Sam the Man, and schedule an appointment, then leave the details to him and his crew.

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