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By: Joe M.
Miller Road Car Wash
I lost $5 in the middle bay on 1/10/2017 before I ran my car through the automatic "Dirty Dog" car wash. I have not been able to reach anybody to discuss obtaining a refund.
By: Veronica S.
Prices Corner Carwash
My husband and I have been coming to this specific car wash for a little over 4yrs and we both would pay to have our cars washed and we would pay a little extra to have the armoral special. In 4yrs I must have watched over 70 different employees come and go with this place. My husband and I came to the wash a couple of days ago requesting a gentlemen who provided excellent services on both of our cars the last 3times we visited. As I'm speaking with the supervisor on site, I am addressed by another employee as he is sceaming across the lot saying, "he got fired yo" I'm not sure who is operating this business and I no longer care to learn but the lack of respect, & unprofessionalism is sickening. I would much rather drive the extra mile and take our business elsewhereI
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By: Christine Z.
Prices Corner Carwash
Prices corner car wash is a scam of a business and the most unprofessional staff I have ever come across. Colleen the owner of the company refuses to help her paying customers and steals their hard earned money. I purchased a detailing package for my mom in March for $225. I asked when purchasing when I could make an apt and was told to just call and they would fit me in. Followed the instructions the staff provided and was told my mom could not be seen until June, 3 months away I then proceeded to ask for my money back and they refused I talked to Colleen over the phone, who was surprisingly the owner, and she proceeded to yell at me say all sales are final and hung up the phone on me! I had to call my own bank to ask them to file a claim against this scam as they refused to give me a refund. Worst experience I have ever dealt with everyone find another means to get your car washed, heck wait for it to rain it'll probably do a better job and you won't have to deal with this staff
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By: Elizabeth R.
Victory Lane Express Wash
big probably opening on time. This morning 745 and 3 cars waiting. Most mornings this is the case. They need to get the act together. they are scheduled to open at 7 o'clock. and the person who opens it is late every single morning and late extensively. and it takes a long time to set up. he's gotta be a relative of the owner because nobody else would get away with this b*******.
Victory Lane Express Wash
New equipment that really cleans the car and vacuums that are powerful and run a long time for your coin. Quick and easy. People are friendly and helpful. All at affordable price.Liz Resko
Tips & Advices
A green car wash is one that places great emphasis on sustainability. The water used for each wash is scrupulously recycled, and the only products used are those that are bio-based, biodegradable, and gentle on the environment. Some green car washes also rely on renewable energy sources for power.
Many car washes make an active effort to recycle, reclaim, and reuse their water. Recycled water often comprises the majority of the water used for each wash, and, in many cases, the process is precisely managed by a computer-controlled system.
If a car has been newly painted, it's best to wait at least 30 days before applying automotive soap or any other automotive cleaning product. After this 30-day period, it will be safe to take the vehicle to a car wash.
A full-service car wash is one is which all aspects of washing the vehicle are handled by a professional. Many full-service car washes offer different packages that provide different tiers of service.
At a self-service car wash, the equipment and cleaning products are provided, but it is up to customers to provide the labor. Self-service car washes give you a space to wash your car, along with tools, such as sprayers, foam brushes and foam sponges.

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