Since 1945, Fuller's Carwash, Detail Center & Fast Stop has mollycoddled motor vehicles with a slew of auto services. Founder Bob Fuller's relatives manage each of the auto center's 11 locations, which sprout up every time someone buries a ratchet in fertile soil. Skilled technicians populate the work bays and invite vehicles inside for oil changes, auto repairs, and tire rotations that extend the life of vehicular shoes by encouraging even tread wear. Soft-cloth car washes and meticulous detailing services bolster a car’s resale value and ensure it stays as pristine as the day it was delivered by a factory-assembled stork.
Attendants at Legacy Auto Detail kick off every service with a hand wash, using nimble digits to pluck the tiniest specks of dirt from car surfaces. This attention to detail knows no bias for antique hot rods or overburdened minivans, as the staff members groom auto bodies of all statuses with the same in-depth attention. They leave rides gleaming inside and out with artfully applied buffers, waxes, and applications of Armor All, and smatterings of shampoo and conditioner produce freshly laundered seats. The versatile menu of services also includes tiered wash packages and add-ons that target specific imperfections such as pet odors, rust, and food morsels stuck in the hood ornament's teeth.
Welcoming harried hair owners to find respite amid high ceilings and dreamy blue hues, the professional pamperists at True Colors Salon rely on organic haircare products and advanced techniques to renovate neglected noodle nests. Spicy up boring head threads with a new hue ($55+ for all-over color), or bestow tinted spunk to the best-behaving strands ($45+ for partial foil). True Colors Salon’s friendly mane tamers will groom overgrown head gardens into well-coifed masterpieces free of tangles, split ends, and crabgrass ($30 for women’s haircut; $20 for men; $15 for children), or sculpt elegant updos ($45+) to suit any evening of dining, dancing, or fancy mopping.
Main St. Car Wash's self-serve buggy baths restore the confidence of sullied cars and standard SUVs in a zippy three minutes. Auto owners steer their roadsters into one of the two drive-thru bays to wash them from the top of the frame down to the underbody and wheels, apply body polish that reaches into the past and pulls back the showroom shine, and finally honor their ride with a ceremonial reciting of the VIN number. After the bath, drivers can draw a vacuum and aim it at their cars' interior crevices, wipe panels and dashes clean, and free their windows from unsightly smudges.