Car Wash Packages

All larger are subject to a surcharge.

SUVs, Trucks, Vans, RVs, and all larger vehicles. 


Scratch Free and Detailed Work

With our specially trained staff, we ensure that our clients vehicles are taken care of from drop off onto completion. We will make sure that your car is left spotless and shining!

Frequently Asked Questions

Some of the most asked questions regarding washing your vehicle.

Can’t I just wash my car at home?

What about just washing your car yourself in the driveway? Isn’t that an inexpensive option for cleaning your car? Wouldn’t it even be possible to amass all of the tools, equipment, and specialty products used by a professional detailer and do it yourself?

Sure. But inexpensive does not mean satisfactory, or thorough, or even safe for your car. Common do-it-yourself tactics like washing with dish soap, using too little water, working in direct sunlight, or other poor approaches can each cause more harm than good. So can trying to use a buffer or polisher without experience. The truth is, unless you have been properly trained, you can do damage to your paint. Same thing if you use the wrong products. And the right products (not to mention tools and equipment) can be quite costly. If you combine the lack of suitable materials with a lack of experience, the result can be far less than fulfilling.

Do eggs and other contaminants come off in the wash?

When it comes to certain substances that soil your car, an automatic car wash may or may not clean up the mess. For instance, egg on your vehicle will wash off if you take care of it straight away. But egg quickly becomes corrosive and damage begins almost immediately. If you let egg sit on the surface for any length of time, it will eat into the paint.

What about bug splatter on the front of your car? If you catch it quickly, it can be cleaned off in the car wash. There is no guarantee, however, that it will disappear completely. Many automatic car washes offer a special cleaner formulated to address bug splatter (usually at an additional cost), but it needs to be done prior to driving through. Some premium services include pretreatment, and a professional hand washing (or detailing) should include treatment as well.

With road tar and sap – two very different contaminants requiring two different cleaning methods – you should probably not count on an automatic car wash to automatically remove them. Each needs a special cleaner be applied by hand. Most car washes will charge extra for this service. Otherwise, you can purchase products to take care of it yourself. Just remember to never use abrasive materials on your car’s paint finish!

Can I take my pickup truck through the car wash?

Yes. Your pickup truck is fine to go through the car wash if the bed is empty. It is worth noting, however, that some side mirrors are not compatible with some car washes, nor are dual-wheeled vehicles. Some modified trucks, or those with oversized tires, might not work either. We offer a 100% Hand Wash service to accomadate for this.

How often should I wash my car?

How often you wash your car could depend on where you live and where you drive. Dirt roads and salted streets might make it necessary to wash your vehicle more frequently than driving on dry ones. In general, you should aim at washing your car once a week – every other week at least – to adequately maintain the body and protect the paint.

Is a car wash safe for a convertible?

Yes. Just not with the top down! Make sure the top is properly latched.

Does it matter if my windshield is cracked?

It is always best to have a chipped windshield repaired or replaced as soon as possible. But a vehicle with a chipped or cracked windshield can go through an automatic car wash. Understand, however, that while it might be okay to drive through, changes in temperature can cause a chip or crack to expand. Your windshield might not look the same on the way out as when it went in.