The conveyor tracks of LA Express Car Wash's automated tunnels pull vehicles past a cleansing barrage of nozzles, scrubbers, and dangling strips of soft cloth. The facility's tiered car washes dote on vehicles with services including undercarriage washes, triple-coat rainbow-wax applications, and wheel-bright treatments. Outside the tunnel, drivers can reach for complimentary vacuums and tidy up their seats and mats or suck road maps out of strong-willed glove compartments. The car wash's staff also dishes out passes that grant vehicles unlimited access to basic or deluxe car washes for a whole month.
Since 1964, Antique Car Wash been improving the aesthetic and resale value of their clients' cars with 100% hand wash packages that can include triple foam polishes, rainbow waxes, and wheel brighteners, as well as engine washes and headlight buffings. They also focus their attention on interiors, offering Meguiar’s wax details and seat shampooing.
Automatic car washes may be quick and convenient, but there’s something to be said about hand washing a car. The time and care it takes to physically wipe away dirt, scrape grime from the tires, and wax-on, wax-off until Mr. Miyagi’s reflection appears in the finish proves a level of dedication to the vehicle—dedication upheld by Classic Hand Car Wash. The spot's diligent technicians honor rides with meticulous hand washes, waxes, and Armor All tire treatments. Once the exterior shines, they sweep through the interior with vacuums, dusters, and odor-killing air fresheners.
The staff at HWB Car Wash believes in taking care of the environment as well as it takes care of cars. Every vehicle that comes through HWB finds itself lavished with biodegradable cleaning solutions, recycled water, and gentle Lammscloth, an alternative to cloth and nylon bristles that doesn't corrupt the painted finish or overexcite the hood ornament and cause an embarrassing scene. All week long, the eco-friendly and polar-bear-friendly waxes, polishes, and dressings transform dirty cars into sparkling vehicles, and detailing attendants brush and buff away stubborn rust, stains, and blemishes with an armory of shampoos and solutions. While vehicles revel in the attention, motorists can peruse the gift shop's collection of greeting cards for an appropriate way to apologize to the GPS navigator for responding to its suggestions by rebelliously reciting Frost's "The Road Not Taken."