According to a study published by www.mass.gov, an average driveway wash uses 116 gallons of water. In fact, the report says, “Most commercial carwashes use 60 percent less water in the entire washing process than a simple home wash uses just to rinse off the car.” At CleanSmart, we conserve water by using a water reclaim system. Our car wash uses only 26.9-29.9 gallon of water per vehicle.
Cleaning the car at home using materials such as water hose, sponge and dishwashing detergent not only gives inferior results but can also drastically damage a car’s finish. Scratch marks may develop due to the use of low-quality sponges and brushes. In addition, bug remains, bird droppings and brake dust are also some of the most common problems that need special cleaning.
When washing your car by hand in your driveway, you’ll need to do it in one session, which usually takes an hour or two depending on the size of your vehicle and how dirty it is. For the price of a cup of latte, you can have your vehicle looking squeaky clean in a few minutes and spend the rest of the time at the movie or be with your love ones.
Water, detailing lotions and potions are expensive. Each manual car wash takes about 116 gallons of water. Then there is the cost of the chemicals. A quick online search showed a bottle of carwash soap costs $10-$15. For a couple of dollars more, you can purchase the top wash package at CleanSmart Express Car Wash which includes everything we offer.
You don’t have to wait for the weekend to wash your car. Every day is car wash day, especially when you are member of the CleanSmart Unlimited Washclub. Five minutes at our car wash and you are off to attend to life’s special moments.