The automotive aestheticians at Clark Executive Detail consider the business day spa for cars. Only instead of facials and massages, the team doles out pampering hand washes before coating cars with wax and polish, rendering paintjobs with the radiant twinkle of a light bulb’s earrings. Owners can also stow rides inside heated, 15,000 square feet storage space, where their investments rest easy inside a dust- and pest-free garage guarded under 24-hour camera surveillance.
Turbo Express Car Wash & Detail offers motorists a slate of services aimed at upping cars' naturally low self-esteems. Treat your walrus-less carriage to a Turbo Express wash ($8) with turbo triple-action foam, spot-free rinse, turbo dry, and touch towel finish. The Turbo Classic wash ($10) provides all of the auto-friendly amenities of the Turbo Express wash plus undercarriage sealant, turbo tri-coat polish, and a wheel/tire cleaning. Or you could go all crazy with the Turbo Custom wash ($12), which heaps all the aforementioned services into a scrub-down, while also throwing in UV protection and a tire shine. Delivery drivers seeking to eradicate the ruinous remnants of last week's unfortunate chili spillage can opt for a Redline Interior Detail ($39.95), where, in addition to receiving a Turbo Custom wash, the car's interiors are vacuumed, mats are shampooed, glass is cleaned, upholstery is treated, and an enticing fragrance, like the sweet sigh of a southern grey-headed sparrow, is hatched.
Guests can take a load off in the TV-fitted lounge of Larry H. Miller Honda Murray as their cars receive the royal treatment at the hands of auto professionals. Expert technicians tackle issues big and small, from routine oil changes and engine light checks to replacing parts and repairing brakes. The team also performs emissions inspections to ensure rides comply with state laws, unlike those bad-to-the-bone drag racing cars on the other side of town.
The customer-service-oriented staff of Schneider Auto Karosserie cossets cars with a full range of collision-repair services, from mending bent fenders to unrippling crunched bodywork. Skilled auto technicians operate state-of-the-art equipment to diagnose and mend vehicles with accident damage or other maladies at an hourly labor rate of $45. They provide detailing, touchups, or cosmetic touchups (all around $200) for conveyances needing a fresh coat of wax or fire-engine-red lipstick. While the jalopy jocks at Schneider Auto Karosserie specialize in European cars, including Audis, Volkswagens, Mercedes, and BMWs, they service both foreign and domestic makes, and perform warranty repairs for a variety of dealers, allowing American-made vehicles to rub fenders with foreign cars and learn fashionable continental seatbelt-fastening styles.
With an arsenal of professional-grade products at their disposal, the wash techs at Wasatch Detail efficiently tackle all manner of vehicular grime. With P&S Velocity Gaze hand wax they quickly brighten paint finishes, and when wielding Compliant Car Care rubber dressing they imbue tires with a lasting shine. They clean all autos inside and out, including those of every size, from compact cars to full-size SUVs.
Downtown Auto Body’s technicians tackle dents and other cosmetic blemishes. From minor scratches and swirls, which they can buff away, to damages to cars' finishes, which they can correct with their advanced downdraft paint booth, the techs possess the experience and knowledge necessary to get any car or SUV back to looking like it did when it drank gasoline from a sippy straw. Other services include detailing and spot painting.