From their three locations, the auto mavens at Platinum Car Wash & Oil employ advanced water-reclamation systems and power-conscious equipment during cleaning and maintenance services. The facility's full-service car-wash tunnels spray paint jobs with Simoniz soaps, waxes, and foams before staff members dab rides with microfiber towels. They continue hands-on touch during signature or 20-minute express detailing sessions that unfold as auto owners explore the waiting area's magazines, complimentary WiFi, or leather couch cushions.
Opposed to using recycled or reprocessed oils, the crew spurs pistons with Mobil oil and complimentary top-offs between services. They also help boost car with lube services, such as transmission drains, tire rotations, and VPS fuel-rail services that dislodge harmful debris and misplaced CDs from fuel- and air-intake systems.
McNeil's Auto Body's mindful mechanics keep horseless carriages in ship-shape with a wide range of repairs and diagnostics. Treat roadsters to an automotive spa day with a hand washing and waxing, letting technicians scrub windows on the inside and out, apply protective coats of carnauba wax, and vacuum out rapidly multiplying populations of fuzzy dice ($34.95 for cars, $44.95 for small SUVs and trucks, $64.95 for large SUVs and trucks). Interior-detail packages keep insides pleasant with pressure-washed floor mats, degreased vents, and a restorative layer of vinyl or leather conditioner ($89.95 for cars, $109.95 for small SUVs and trucks, $129.95 for large SUVs and trucks), and hidden parts stay in working order with engine degreasers ($24.95) and undercarriage rinses ($15.95).
Detailing cars since the age of 15, Cameron Ford, owner of Polished Image, has spent the bulk of his life in the field of auto detailing. His years of vanquishing dust, debris, and grit from all manner of vehicles has elevated his standard of what a truly clean vehicle should look, smell, and feel like. Since 1986, Cameron and his team have worked to uphold this high standard at Polished Image, even as the detail and repair shop spread to new locations and expanded its menu of services to include windshield replacement, fixing chipped paint, and removing custard pie stains caused from cutting off clown cars.
Most people wait until their car develops an ecosystem in its wheel well before deciding it's time to clean it. Travel Clean won't judge you for your procrastination. Instead, the friendly staff will guide you into the car-wash tunnel. All you'll have to do is relax while Travel Clean's massive army of Three Laws––compliant car-care robots––wade into the mess and give your car a pristine cleaning while eerily chanting, "Wash, wax, restore." You won't have to get out of the car, ruin your suede shoes, or make small talk with the weird waiting-room clown. While you do whatever one does in the privacy of a car wash, your car will get a refreshing undercarriage cleaning, a Wheel Brite treatment to clean the dirt and break dust from your wheels, and a patented silicon wax to go with your renewed sparkle.
The detailers at Young Chevrolet render customers' cars as shiny as the new ones sparkling in the showroom up front. This dealership features an inventory of new and preowned vehicles, and a service department where technicians do everything from repair cars to clean them and teach them to read their own owners manuals. They also offer window tinting and parts replacement with OEM parts.
For almost a half century, Jim's Used Tires has sold tires. Not content to deal merely in wheels, the shop soon added services designed to make sure jalopies stay road-ready. Oil changes, emissions checks, and inspections help to catch potential problems before they hatch and chew the upholstery to shreds. Jim's technicians also detail cars and offer free tire rotations, flat-tire repair, and roadside assistance.