Supersonic Car Wash's automatic tunnels and attentive technicians expunge automotive dirt on the inside and out. During each Superwash package, tri-foams exterminate outer filth and seal in escape-minded shine with clear coat wax. After polishing wheels and cleaning tires, techs vacuum the cabin, wash the windows, dust the dash, and decimate gunk civilizations growing in the cup holders. The three-to-four-hour interior and exterior detail kicks off with a full-service wash and wheel clean. As techs restore sheen to the outside façade, staffers spread healthy gobs of shampoo across the carpets, seats, and mats in order to bully out spills and erase evidence of the carpool’s last pie-eating contest. Details conclude with an interior tidying, as techs spruce up surfaces and plastics and outfit panels in conditioners.
Bradley Auto Wash expertly coaxes grime away from cars, turning dirty transporters into shiny motorized chariots. During the Platinum wash, a set of electronic eyes sizes up autos, measuring length, height, and level of filth with robotic precision and calculating the proper amount of soap, wax, and tranquilizer needed to subdue and clean cars. A soft-cloth system then safely cleans vehicular exteriors before stationary fans blow water away at 3,600 RPM. A triple-foam polish ensures that cars glisten like a greased-up bodybuilder, and an undercarriage wash and rust inhibitor blast away winter's clingy salt and head off corrosion. To help cars repel mud, rain, and malevolent fog sprites, Bradley Auto Wash applies a clear-coat protector before giving wheels their own pampering—including a hubcap polish, tire shine, and whitewall cleaning—leaving cars perfectly groomed and ready to impress neighbors and strike shame into the hearts of carjackers.
"The Works" car wash provides cleansing care for the underbody and sides through two pre-soak passes, a bug wash, laser wash, tri-color conditioner, clear-coat protectant, spot-free rinse, and laser dry. Just roll up to Waterworks, clink in your token, and allow the powerful touchless technology to soak, blast, blow, and dry your vehicle to a shiny state unseen since it drove away from the automotive womb. All Waterworks locations operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, allowing you to revamp your ride whenever it needs it most. For an extra touch of interior invigoration, all locations host coin-operated vacuums, and most locations (excluding Market St.) offer carpet shampoo, fragrances, and jealous drivers within bragging distance.
Boxley Services' friendly auto-body beautifiers have preened and primped Capital Region roadcrafts for more than 50 years. The deluxe wash begins with a thorough hand wash, followed by a tire dressing, sparkling of windows, and interior vacuuming to clear cockpits of crumbs, gum wrappers, and orphaned jelly beans. Alternately, the exterior-focus detailing package eliminates car skin contaminants with a meticulous scrubdown including removal of brake-dust build-up on wheels and polishing of rims. Before reuniting drivers with their four-wheeled friends, detailers swathe auto façades with a thick coat of wax to stave off wayward weather and incontinent pigeons.
Since 1977, vehicles have been leaving Mohrs Service Center invigorated, strengthened, and ready to ride. The center’s ASE-certified technicians boast extensive experience in servicing domestic and imported vehicles, and they take to automotive issues with capable hands and sturdy wrenches. Whatever the repair—an oil change, brake repair, or battery or transmission replacement—the technician's goal is to get the car back on the road and operating at peak performance. In addition to maintenance and repairs, Mohrs Service Center offers car-wash packages that yield polished cars that sparkle from the bottom of the tire to the tip of the antenna. Mohrs Service Center is located behind the Mobile gas station on West Avenue.
Robilee McIntyre's sculptures, masks, and crafts have been stylistically compared to Tim Burton and Dr. Seuss. The slanted roofs and oblong proportions of her miniature houses recall the domiciles of Whoville, while her playfully macabre faces would fit in alongside the colorful characters of Beetlejuice and Corpse Bride. Dark, yet whimsical designs such as these have garnered two studio spaces and the accolades of clients who call McIntyre "a fantastic artist and a wonderful communicator." Her miscellany of life experiences both bitter and sweet, including losing both of her parents, have shaped her artistic outlook. She named one of her studios after her father's two college nicknames and surrounds her porcelain houses with flowers in honor of her flora-adoring mother. "I seem to think in 3-D," she muses, "and these sculptures are a rewarding way for me to conquer the limitations that illustrating on a flat page holds for me." Not content to just create her own magnum opuses, Robilee educates burgeoning artists with loving instruction that invites them to answer the insistent beeper pages of their own creativity.