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Car wash

Facility used to clean the exterior of motor vehicles

For other uses, see Car wash (disambiguation).

A car wash (also written as "carwash"[1]) or auto wash is a facility used to clean the exterior[2] and, in some cases, the interior of motor vehicles. Car washes can be self-service (DIY), full-service (with attendants who wash the vehicle), or fully automated (possibly connected to a gas station).

Car washes may also be events where people pay to have their cars washed by volunteers, often using less specialized equipment, as a method to raise money for some purpose.[3] The bikini car wash is a special type of event.

History[edit]

1946[edit]

The history of commercial car washes in the United States began in 1914. People used manpower to push or move the cars through stages of the process. The name is credited to belong to Automobile Laundry in Detroit, Mich. Frank McCormick and J.W. Hinkle opened the business in 1914. [4]Manual car wash operations peaked at 32 drive-through facilities in the United States. The first semi-automatic car wash in the United States made its debut in 1946. A facility in Detroit, Michigan used automatic pulley systems and manual brushing.[5]

1955[edit]

Dan Hanna, encouraged by the car washers in Detroit, made his own car wash in 1955 called the Rub-a-Dub in Oregon. In 1957, he formed the Hanna Enterprises and eventually reached about 31 locations. In 1959, Hanna operated his wash rack until he made the first mechanized car washing system. As the news spread throughout the city, so did his business.[5]

1960s[edit]

By the mid 1960s, Hanna Enterprises established itself as the main manufacturer of car washing types of equipment and materials. This includes the Wrap-Around Brush, Roller-on-demand Conveyor belt, soft cloth friction washing, several ways to wash the tires, and a recirculating water system.[5]

1970s[edit]

The 1970s introduced the automatic wheel cleaner and the polish'n'wax.[5]

Categories[edit]

An in-bay automatic car wash performing a friction wash pass

While there are many types of car washes, most fall into the following categories:

  • Car wash lift, where cars are placed on a lift platform which can be used to wash under car.
  • Hand car wash facilities, where the vehicle is washed by employees.
  • Self-service facilities, which are generally coin-operated, where the customer does the washing, including pressurized "jet washing".[6]
  • In-bay automatics consist of an automatic washing machine and dryer that rolls back and forth over a stationary vehicle - often seen at filling stations and stand-alone wash sites.
  • Tunnel washes, which use a conveyor to move the vehicle through a series of fixed cleaning mechanisms.[6]
  • Chemical car wash, also known as waterless car wash, uses chemicals to wash and polish car surface. Claims to be an eco-friendly car wash method.[7] Recommended only for cars with light dirt accumulation to avoid paint damage.[8]
  • Steam car washes use a jet of steam and microfiber towels, some include detergent injection. Known to have originated from South Korea, steam car washes have been especially popular as a low-investment, eco-friendly car wash solution in Asia, Middle East, and Europe because of its sanitizing features and mobility.[citation needed]
  • Mobile car washes, often also serving as mobile detailing systems, which carry plastic water tanks and use pressure washers. Sometimes these systems are mounted on trailers, on trucks, or in vans. Generally, these operators also have a generator to run a shop vac., buffers, and other tools as well.[citation needed]
  • Mechanized car washes, especially those with brushes, may risk damaging the exterior finish. Paint finishes have improved as also car washing processes. More facilities utilize "brushless" (cloth) and "touch-free" (high-pressure water) equipment, as well as modern "foam" washing wheels made of closed-cell foam.

Modern car wash facilities, whether tunnel, in-bay automatic, or self-serve, detergents, and other cleaning solutions used are designed to loosen and eliminate dirt and grime. This is in contrast to earlier times, when hydrofluoric acid, a hazardous chemical, was commonly used as a cleaning agent in the industry by some operators.[citation needed] There has been a strong move in the industry to shift to safer cleaning solutions. Most car wash facilities are required by law to treat and/or reuse their water and may be required to maintain waste-water discharge permits, in contrast to unregulated facilities or even driveway washing (at one's home), where waste-water can end up in the storm drain and, eventually, in streams, rivers, and lakes.

Self-serve car wash[edit]

A multi-bay, coin-operated self-service car wash in Seattle, Washington

A simple and automated type of car wash that is typically coin-operated or token-operated self-service system. Newer self-service car washes offer the ability to pay with credit cards or loyalty cards. The vehicle is parked inside a large covered bay that is equipped with a trigger gun and wand (a high-pressure sprayer) and a scrub foam-brush. When customers insert coins or tokens into the controller, they can choose options such as soap, tire cleaner, wax or clear water rinse, all dispensed from the sprayer, or scrub the vehicle with the foam brush. The number of coins or tokens inserted determines the amount of time customers have to operate the equipment; in most instances, a minimum number of coins is necessary to start the equipment. These facilities are often equipped with separate vacuum stations that allow customers to clean the upholstery and rugs inside their cars. Some self-service car washes offer hand-held dryers, a somewhat new feature.

Automatic car wash[edit]

Rotating brushes inside a conveyor car-wash

Conveyorized/tunnel car wash[edit]

The first conveyorized automatic car wash appeared in Hollywood, CA in 1940.[9] Conveyorized automatic car washes consist of tunnel-like buildings into which customers (or attendants) drive.[citation needed]

Some car washes have their customers pay through a computerized POS, or point of sale unit, also known as an "automatic cashier", which may take the place of a human cashier. The mechanism inputs the wash PLU into a master computer or a tunnel controller automatically. When the sale is automated, after paying the car is put into a line-up called the stack or queue. The stack moves sequentially, so the wash knows what each car purchased. After pulling up to the tunnel entrance, an attendant usually guides the customer onto the conveyor. At some washes, the system will send the correct number of rollers automatically, based on tire sensors. The tire sensor lets the wash know where the wheels are and how far apart they are. On other systems the employee may guide the customer on and press a 'Send Car' button on the tunnel controller, to manually send the rollers which push the car through.

Prior to entering the automated section of the wash tunnel, attendants may prewash customers' cars.

A vehicle exiting the friction zone of the wash. Visible are side brushes, wrap-around brushes, the conveyor, and a high pressure rinse arch.

The car wash will typically start cleaning with chemicals called presoaks applied through special arches. CTAs, or "chemical tire applicators," apply specialized formulations, which remove brake dust and build up from the surface of the wheels and tires.

In some car washes, the presoak application is followed by an empty space or idle zone. Wheel cleaning equipment, such as sill brushes or high-pressure wheel blasters, may be placed in the idle zone. A sill brush (also known as a wheel brush or tire brush) consists of an 8-foot-long brush assembly that is pushed against the car's wheels and door sill area. Brushes typically use flagged bristle, as dirt is usually most heavily concentrated on the lower parts of the car. The material on a sill brush may have alternating lengths or use material that is intentionally mounted off-center to allow wheel surfaces of various depths to be cleaned. Sill brushes rely on the rotation of a customer's car's wheels in order to achieve complete wheel contact. Similar to the CTAs, wheel brushes often only activate when the customer buys a wheel cleaning upgrade. Some car washes use wheel-rim disc brushes in addition to or in place of sill brushes. These assemblies extend out towards the wheel and follow it at the same speed as the conveyor while rotating at high speeds to clean the wheels. At the end of a car wash's presoak idle zone is often a high-pressure arch that directs water at a vehicle's surface.

A typical "tunnel" car wash viewed from the inside of a vehicle

Mitters are ribbon-like components that suspend cloth strips or sheets over the tunnel while utilizing motion to increase friction against the car's surface. The friction zone may also include specialized front grill and rear brushes. Older automatic washes - a majority of which were built prior to 1980 - used to use brushes with soft nylon bristles, which tended to leave a nylon deposit in the shape of a bristle, called brush marks, on the vehicle's paint. Many newer facilities use either a soft cloth or a closed-cell foam brush, which does not hold dirt or water, thus is far less likely to harm any painted finish.

A glass car wash building containing an inbay automatic and freestanding blowers

After the main friction zone, some car washes have a dedicated care zone. Prior to entering the care zone, the car is rinsed with fresh water. This is immediately followed by a series of extra services. In many car washes, the first of these services is a polish wax. After the polish wax application is typically a retractable mitter or top brush and, in some cases, side brushes or wrap-around brushes. Next is a protectant, which creates a thin protective film over a vehicle's surface. Protectants generally repel water, which assists in drying the car and aiding in the driver's ability to see through their windshield during rain. A low-end wax or clear coat protectant follows the main protectant. A drying agent is typically applied at the end of the tunnel to assist in removing water from the vehicle's surface prior to forced air drying. After the drying agent, there may be a "spot free" rinse of soft water, that has been filtered of the salts normally present, and sent through semi-permeable membranes to produce highly purified water that will not leave spots.

Dryers may be present in a variety of forms, such as stationary gantries with a contouring roof jet or as small circular assemblies with nozzles of various shapes and sizes mounted on arches. Mitters, side brushes, top brushes, and/or wraps outfitted with chamois- or microfiber-based material may follow the dryers.

At "full-service" car washes, the exterior of the car is washed mechanically or by hand, or using a combination of both, with attendants available to dry the car manually and to clean the interior. Many full-service car washes also provide "detailing" services, which may include polishing and waxing the car's exterior by hand or machine, shampooing, and steaming interiors as well as other services to provide thorough cleaning and protection to the car.

Touchless wash[edit]

A touchless in-bay automatic car wash

Like soft-touch car washes, touchless car washes are automated, with the vehicle passing through a tunnel where the vehicle is cleaned; however, touchless car washes do not use the foam or cloth applicators that soft-touch washes use, instead relying on high-pressure washers to both clean and rinse the vehicle off. Sensors utilized by these washes allow for a more precise clean along with the vehicle's exact shape.[10] To compensate for not physically contacting the vehicle, touchless washes use higher pressures and more caustic detergents than ordinary car washes.[11] Because the vehicle is not physically touched during a touchless wash, the vehicle is at a lower risk of being damaged. However, touchless washes have a harder time cleaning off tougher materials or reaching difficult-to-reach locations on vehicles, and their usage of stronger chemicals can potentially damage a vehicle's paint finish.[10][12]

Bikini car wash[edit]

A young woman participates in a "bikinicar wash" event in Austin.

Bikini car washes are typically summer events in parts of the US[clarification needed] which are fund raisers for a school, a sports association, or other youth organizations or charities. Typically, women in bikinis bring in people wanting their cars washed by standing on a roadside with colorful cardboard signs or posters to attract attention, and the cars are washed by other bikini-clad women in a nearby parking lot.

Depending on the organization responsible, as well as the local laws, a variation of the bikini car wash sometimes occurs, in which the women will wash the car topless, usually for an extra fee. There are also commercial bikini car washes, where bikini-clad women wash the cars for a fee and the entertainment of the drivers. Hooters restaurants usually have bikini car washes in the summer to attract customers.

Environmental factors[edit]

The primary environmental considerations for car washing are:

The use of water supplies and energy are self-evident since car washes are users of such resources. The professional car wash industry has made great strides in reducing its environmental footprint, a trend that will continue to accelerate due to regulation and consumer demand. Many car washes already use water reclamation systems to significantly reduce water usage and a variety of energy usage reduction technologies. These systems may be mandatory where water restrictions are in place. In Europe, Germany is leading the way and has very strict regulations making it illegal to wash your car on the street or in your driveway.

Contamination of surface waters may arise from the rinse discharging to storm drains, which eventually drain to rivers and lakes. Chief pollutants in such wash-water include phosphates; oil and grease; and lead. This is almost exclusively an issue for home/driveway washing, and parking lot style charity washes. Professional carwashing is a "non-point source" of discharge that has the ability to capture these contaminants, normally in interceptor drains, so the contaminants can be removed before the water enters sanitary systems. (Water and contaminants that enter storm-water drains does not undergo treatment, and are released directly into rivers, lakes, and streams.)

Soil contamination is sometimes related to such surface runoff and is associated with soil contamination from underground fuel tanks or auto servicing operations which commonly are ancillary uses of car wash sites — but not an issue for car washing itself.

For these reasons, some state and local environmental groups (the most notable being the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection) have begun campaigns to encourage consumers to use professional car washes as opposed to driveway washing, including moving charity car wash fundraisers from parking lots to professional car washes.

Abandoned car wash in Houston, Texas
An abandoned self-serve car wash in Houston, Texas

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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Is it me, or does there seem to be a few less car washes out there in Seattle these days? I suppose it has much to do with what you consider to be a car wash. There are certainly more businesses that handle car detailing and cleaning services for you. The self-service car washes in Seattle seem to be on the decline, and then you can almost forget about finding the automatic car washes or touchless car wash near me and full service car washes in Seattle that are attached to gas stations. While the landscape has changed when it comes to car washes, there are still plenty of options in Seattle.



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So what are the types of car washes that operate in Seattle?

  • Self Service Car Wash
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  • Brushless Car Wash
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You can still find car wash bays throughout the Seattle if you’re searching. All you would have to do is type in ‘car wash near me,’ and a map will pop up with which ones are closest to you. You will want to make sure the one you select is the type of car wash you’re looking for of course. For example, if you want one of those manual car wash or hand car wash near me bays, you’re going to want to be sure you’re not pulling into a different type of car wash facility.

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There is actually a self service car wash or hand car wash in Seattle, and I recently visited it to clean a rental car that I had to return to the airport. However, most people these days seem to prefer a touchless car wash or automatic car wash or a detailing shop in Seattle. So why have all of the automatic car washes seemed to have disappeared from the gas stations? Well, they can be found elsewhere, including at those detail shops and at the manual car wash facilities as well.

Of course, automatic car washes have their drawbacks. There is something to be said about a machine having free reign as it gets up close and personal with your vehicle. This is the reason many people are searching for brushless car wash facility in Seattle. With a focus on cleaning your car powerfully, you also have to be wary of these car washes damaging your vehicle. If you’re going to opt for an automatic car wash near you, then there are some things to consider getting the best overall experience.

Some of the tips are related to safety, while others deal with things like making sure you wash the undercarriage of your vehicle. There is an option for that, and you might as well take advantage of such a perk. Did you also know that an automatic car wash in Seattle, as powerful as it is, is actually more gentle on our vehicle than if you had it hand washed? That might be difficult to believe, but it’s true. Moreover, you’re much less likely not to miss a spot, and you save time and money.

While automatic car washes have their advantages, you’re still going to have to think about the interior of your car. Are you going to do the vacuuming? Do you need the seats cleaned and your car otherwise detailed? That’s why many people end up taking their vehicles to these types of businesses. They need the interior detailed, and they decide to opt for having the exterior of the car washed there, too.

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Of course, not everyone is going to want to have their car detailed all the time. Some people choose the automatic car wash and simply vacuum out the cars themselves. Some people choose to wash and vacuum out their cars at home. But no matter what you choose to do, you likely still end up frequenting a car was near you in Seattle. This could be a car wash near your home, work or wherever else you may be.

The great thing about mobile searches is you don’t have to search for car washes while inputting the location. You can instead just say ‘near me’ and it will pick up on your location. You can contact the car washes easily enough to ask questions before you head off to one of them. Most likely, you’ll find out that a car wash is a lot closer to you than you thought.

When you clean your car, do you clean the tires and wheels? Some people like to use car washes but also detail their cars at home as well. There is nothing wrong with that, but caring for a vehicle and buying all those products can be quite expensive. Of course, paying to have your car detailed at one of the car wash facilities can also be quite expensive, depending on the services you opt for and how often you have them done.

Hopefully the car wash closest to you is one that you want to use. The one close to me is, even though it could be better. Where I used to live, the car wash closest to me had been vandalized, and most of the bays weren’t even worth messing with. That’s very unfortunate, but any place unattended these days is a sitting duck.

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What type of car wash do you like to use? You essentially have four options. Of course, one of those four options is washing your car at home. It can be fun, but it’s not an every time kind of thing, that’s for sure. It might be a weekend chore you can dish to the kids or do with them to spend time and have a little fun. Yes, washing a car can be fun if you’re willing to get a little wet. Your other options are automatic car washes, having a business hand wash and detail your vehicle or my favorite, the self service car washes in Seattle.

I know there is a good self service car wash near me that I can use. As a matter of fact, it’s just a few blocks up the street. Is one of those types of car washes that close to you? Even if it’s not, you’re likely able to find one not too far away. You want to make sure that you use a good one though. They need to have the machines where you can buy the extras, and they need to have plenty of bays available for those busy days.

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It can be kind of frustrating when you go there and end up having to wait in line to wash your car. It has happened to me before on a weekend plenty of times. It can also help if there is an attendant there that will help you if there are any problems. Sometimes change machines might not work properly, and that can be a bummer. Of course, if you pick a good manual car wash in Seattle, everything is going to be nice and modern. You need to have all the options you expect when it comes to making washing selections within the bay. Do you like to clean your tires, too? Sometimes I wash my car better than at other times, so it just kind of depends on what I want to do that day. Naturally, it’s not just about washing the cars exterior but also vacuuming the interior. Have you ever been to a car wash where the vacuum wasn’t very strong?

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It’s not good when the vacuum doesn’t work great, and the nozzle on the end also needs to be able to fit in tight spots, such as underneath the seat. You want to be able to pick a fragrance as well, or at least I do when I go. I like the new car smell. Some car washes have a fragrance gun available at vacuuming stations, and others have machines for purchasing fragrances. I don’t like the ones that hang from your rear view mirror, however, as there are plenty of better options available at stores these days. If you are looking to find a car wash near me, find it from our search function.

Are you willing to wash your own car? I really do think it’s the best way to go about handling a car wash, all things considered. It requires manual labor, but you save money doing it yourself. Plus, you don’t have to worry about an automatic car wash causing damage to your vehicle. Find a self car wash near you.

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