Celebrity Car Wash and Maintenance Center opens its work bays to vehicles in need of aesthetic and performance upkeep. The full-service shop features a tier of car-wash and detail services that eject road grime from paint jobs and Swamp Things from passenger seats. ASE-certified mechanics stand at the ready in the lube-and-maintenance shop, where they stage tune-ups and revive rides with products from Pennzoil and Zak Chemicals. While they wait, auto owners can surf the free WiFi at the computer bar, grab a cup of Starbucks java, or stare unblinkingly at TVs.
Go Express Wash is an automotive oasis where cars can get a wash, and an oil change without having to make two stops. Car washes render exteriors clean and shiny with triple foam polishes, clear coat protectants, and hand-applied tire shines. Details, meanwhile, take a more aggressive stance against dirt with attentive interior and exterior treatments. In the lube shop, certified technicians change oil and conduct fluid checks and state inspections. There's also free coffee so drivers can race their cars in a fuel chugging contest. Go Express Wash remains open seven days a week.
Spring brings budding flowers and an angry sun that, with beaming mockery, exposes imperfections on your ride's exterior. Heritage's full-service car wash will get the nooks and undercarriage of your motor-drawn carriage cleansed of accumulated gunk from asphalt-hunting season. Heritage Car Wash's bubble blasters and sudsicles will first scrub away the bird turds that have amassed in your land-train's armor and underbody. The wheels will be cleaned and the tires shined. Finally, a thorough triple polish, clear-coat protectant, and rust inhibitor will leave nothing but your glossy reflection in your ride's shimmering shine. Unlike a baby, a car won't cry or call child services if you don't clean it after it soiled itself, but, like a carefully tended baby, a well-maintained car won't disappoint you in its teenage years. Pamper your metal loved one at Heritage Car Wash. Once your car emerges with a sparkling veneer and a rust-inhibiting lollipop, you won’t mind driving it to weddings, fancy dinners, or the inside of a bar of soap. Heritage Car Wash can accommodate larger vehicles.
At Laserwash of Euless, cars transform from mud-slicked messes into sparkling points of pride at any hour of the day. Here, members can access the 24-hour facility with the swipe of a keycard to suds up their vehicle at whatever time is most convenient, whether that is 5 a.m. before a day’s commute or 3 a.m. after a night spent shooting paintballs at your car for no reason. Ridding exteriors of unsightly grime, the automatic carwash performs a basic, midlevel, or deluxe wash to banish varying degrees of filth. The staff can also pair drivers with a car vacuum and fragrance islands to top off cleanings, and the collocated gas station helps both customers and vehicles refuel.
With a gigantic blue bucket jutting from its roof, The Appleseed Express Carwash is nearly impossible to miss. Beneath this eye-grabbing centerpiece, automatic washing tunnels call upon energy-reducing frequency drives, recycled water, and environmentally friendly products and polishes to restore sullied exteriors to a like-new shine. In addition to their environmental promises, the washing crew also commits to its community by donating to the Kids in Need program and occasionally hosing down mailboxes.
Practice makes perfect and perfection is the goal of Centerfield Baseball & Softball Academy's staff. The roster of experienced instructors includes members with playing and coaching experience at the collegiate and Major League levels. During private lessons, these instructors share their insight and help players refine fundamental hitting or pitching techniques. Larger clinics allow the staff to work with groups and create well-rounded baseball and softball athletes.
These lessons can take place in the academy's 15,000-square-foot climate-controlled facility, which also allows players to refine their game on their own. Its four Iron Mike pitching machines are capable of slinging fastballs or water balloons at speeds from 40 to 70 miles per hour, and six of its eight open cages feature mounds, which help pitchers dig in while they practice delivering the heat.