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By: Dennis R.
Cornhusker Auto Wash
It is not often I provide a review for a business, however I was so pleased with the care and level of service provided by Cornhusker Auto Wash, I feel compelled. I have a 20 year old car which was recently taken out of a nearly 10 year storage. The car was filthy with dirt and dust which had settled on the car and embedded in the paint. I talked to Shawn, the detailing manager, who was confident he could help make the car look better, so I ordered a full detail inside and out. When I picked up the car, It truly looked like a new car again. I was absolutely impressed by the level of care. The fine professionals at Cornhusker Auto Wash are friendly and courteous from the cashier to the owner. The owner, Brian, even came out to chat with me after my car came out of detailing. This is a quality establishment and I will be repeat customer.
By: pshannon532
Big John's Car Wash
This car wash has been recently taken over by new people and they have done a lot of work to fix things and get the place back into shape. If you have not been here lately, know that they have every thing working now. No more putting money in and not getting services. Thanks guys.
By: pshannon532
Big John's Car Wash
Car wash had great pressure in the wash bay and was brightly lit so I felt comfortable there. Appears to have just put new vacuums in that worked great and had awesome suction. I will keep using this car wash.
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