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 more than 35 years of experience, Expert Auto Repair has treated cars and trucks alike with an oil change and oil-filter replacement at the hands of an ASE-certified auto-practitioner. With this deal, Expert Auto Repair will evict old curmudgeonly oil and replace it with up to five quarts of fresh-faced hard-working conventional oil. Afterward, a relatable repairman will tenderly pluck your auto's world-worn oil filter, preparing it for recycled reincarnation into a mouse pad or coned birthday-party hat. A pristine Napa premium oil filter will be precisely transplanted into its place, ensuring pesky contaminants are kept from crashing the oil's party. While most vehicles are compatible with standard oil filters, some vehicles require special filters and arrangements must be made ahead of time.
For the past 10 years, the technicians at Top Notch Auto Detailing, LLC have restored sleek showroom luster to cars ranging from workhorse Fords to show horse Ferraris. No matter the make, model, or condition, the techs complete full-body details in a timely three to four hours, sparing no step in the process. Their three-step paint restoration process erases signs of wear—including rust, wax, and scratches—from cars, trucks, SUVs, and motorcycles. They seal in that shine with polish sessions conducted with both machine precision and old-fashioned elbow grease. Their quality standards don’t dip when it comes to interiors; once inside, techs condition leather and vinyl and treat soft surfaces such as floor mats or napping dogs with a deodorizer.
In addition to cleaning cars inside and out, the auto-care team is well-versed in minor repairs including headlight restoration and rust removal. They also bang out dents that don’t need any new paint, allowing car owners to maintain the fiction that they do not, in fact, live in the parking lot behind the baseball field.
Classic, exotic, and luxury vehicles roll into the shop at Touch of Class Auto Salon, where experienced detailers and technicians treat rides to painstaking auto care and maintenance. Detailing crews hand wash, wax, and shampoo and vacuum autos inside and out. Technicians revamp electronics and interiors with custom-installed frills, such as remote starters, upholstery, and window tints, or handle minor maintenance jobs, including oil changes and tire rotations. Sprawling across two levels, the 16,000-square-foot salon provides ample room for car owners to store their prides and joys before they undergo a service or after they suffer an allergic reaction to wax.
ASE-certified mechanic Joe Hoyle has been tinkering with and taking care of cars for upwards of 30 years. The certified Nissan and Toyota specialist scans autos with sophisticated diagnostic tools, keeping passengers cool with a state air-conditioning inspection and service and filling the coffers of hungry engines with regular, diesel, or synthetic Valvoline oils. If a check-engine light engages, Joe and his staff will perform a diagnosis for free. Car owners are welcome to drop off autos six days a week, or cars can drop themselves off, provided they get a written note from the DMV.