At more than a dozen locations throughout the northeast, ScrubaDub Auto Wash Centers' computerized wash tunnels and detailing pros spiff up cars with advanced technology and minimal environmental impact. The robotic wash systems and photoelectric sensors not only clean finishes with a gentle, soft-cloth technique, but they can target white walls, wheels, and chrome with site-specific formulas. The eco-savvy automated systems also consume less water than home washing and recycle the water used to clean the wheels and undercarriage. Biodegradable SuperGlo soap keeps the run-off free of harmful compounds before it is funneled down the proper treatment channels, where it can't pollute neighborhood storm drains or be used to test the resiliency of carnival goldfish.
The centers' innovative equipment and Earth-friendly practices have earned them the title of Best Car Wash from CityVoter for three years running. Some locations also boast separate interior cleaning bays to address filthy dashboards and seats.
With its pitched roof, large windows, and red-brick exterior, Village Detail recalls the image of a quaint suburban home. Inside, cars and trucks purr contentedly as technicians wash exteriors and vacuum interiors. The shop's ? la carte services include enzyme odor remover and Rain-X treatments, which repel water more effectively than dipping cars in salad dressing.
All it takes to transform a dirty vehicle into a clean chariot at Acton Car Wash is 120 feet. The facility's modern Belanger car-wash system uses soft cloths and a barrage of foam polishes, sealer waxes, and chassis cleaners to rinse away filth and grime. Regardless of the level of the wash, each visit ends with a staff member meticulously drying the car by wiping it down with a hand towel and using a crazy straw to blow away leftover water droplets.
As a kid, Wayne Haddad would clean any vehicle he could get his hands on, whether it was his mother’s car, the neighborhood kids’ go-karts and mini bikes, or the Corvettes his older brother loved to work on. It's hardly surprising, then, that he opened Haddad Auto Detail, a company he’s helmed for more than 35 years. Over the years, Wayne has maintained a loyal clientele with his thoughtful car care advice.
Haddad Auto Detail's technicians recommend quarterly visits as a way to maintain a vehicle’s longevity by clearing away the acidic bugs that cling to bumpers in summer and the road salt that eats away at paint in winter. To complement these regular visits, Wayne’s team performs an extensive array of services, specializing in hand waxing and machine buffing to remove scratches. They also administer interior shampooing, particularly accident clean-up services that target stubborn stains on cloth seats from spilled food, carsickness, and pets. Mobile services provide on-location work, freeing drivers to stay at home, at the office, or inside the trunk while having their vehicles cleaned.
Autobright Car Care uses top-of-the-line car-washing equipment to rid your car of pesky dirt and grime, leaving your ride looking slick and clean as the day it emerged from the womb of its motherly semi-truck. With the first deal, you’ll get a voucher good for five of Autobright’s extensive Gold carwash treatment, which includes an exterior carwash, a potent triple polish conditioner, a coating of clear protectant, a full undercarriage wash, and a powerful wheel brightener. Those hoping to give their badgerless carriage a world-class washing can choose the second deal, good for Autobright’s “The Best Detail" treatment. Autobright's car-cleaning virtuosos will buff out oxidation spots and give the car a thorough hand polish, and additionally apply a shine-enhancing hand glaze and hand wax. Carpets and upholstery will be vacuumed and shampooed with extractor, with vinyl and leather fixtures receiving a conditioning to give it a healthy, senator's-smile shine. Next comes the eradication of any leftover waste, with the dash, doorjambs, vents, and glass cleaned. The process finishes with a painstaking scrubbing of the wheels and arches, and finally the eviction of pesky road tar from its hideous-looking hiding spots.