Clean Cars of Washington's staff whittles dirt-encrusted cars back down to their clean, fresh-from-the-factory state during 15–35-minute bath appointments. Technicians first wipe muck and mire from the frame's surface, scrubbing every inch until the vehicle looks as radiant as a just-married binary star. Next, they venture down to the tires to peel away layers of highway dust before dispatching vacuums to roam like K9 dogs through the interior, sniffing out crumbs, and leaving surfaces free of unwanted detritus. In an effort to dry off, exterior panels and trim snuggle up into the cleaners' soft chamois rags, which glide eloquently across the car leaving trails of shiny, postbath goose bumps in its wake.
For more than 80 years, Western Express has ferried clients' belongings through the air, across bodies of water, and over roads and railroad tracks. They meticulously pack possessions before shipping them, and also take care of details such as insuring items or gaining clearance from international customs. Western Express also gives back to the community through its work with Move for Hunger, a program that stocks local food banks.
Available in a spectrum of shades, the window tints installed by Protector Inc. protect car interiors from prying eyes and upholstery-bleaching sun. To ensure maximum precision, each tint comes computer-cut to fit the shape of its window, like the curtains in a really neat person's house. Protector Inc.'s handy technicians also install car stereos, tires and rims, and remote car starters, and they can even tint car's lights in a range of colors.