never tried it .. there one near my place too and i've been tempted to try it.. but i think i'd rather just handwash it... save money
Yea sure the cost up front is more expensive to use what you want but over time it is cheaper because you get it done how you want it and use the chemicals that you know work.Originally posted by SilverX@Nov 7 2004, 11:33 PM
^^ I wouldn't say so.
You could use that Spotless Dry from Mr. Clean thing, which is somewhat expensive. You can buy microfiber towels, which I don't know how much they're worth. Clay bar, bucket, hose, etc...
Originally posted by superchargedscion@Apr 26 2005, 05:41 PM
i went to a "touchless" car wash but its not really touchless, they still have some things that touch your car and i got a pretty nasty scratch from it so im never going to one again