We’ll complete your full serve wash (inside and out) in 20 minutes or less.
No, but remember that frequent vacuuming will prevent premature soiling of both carpets and upholstery.
Washing your car frequently, say once a week, helps prevent environmental contaminants from sitting and baking onto your vehicle’s finish. Try to avoid parking under contaminating trees or near active sprinklers on windy days.
If you choose to hand wash your car, use soft sponges and lots of car wash specific soap to prevent scratches. Save your dish soap for washing your dishes, not your car.
Towels are preferred and slightly dampened towels dry a car better than a dry towel (less chance of scratching).
Yes, we try to do our part by using only products that are biodegradable, environmentally friendly and safe for handling. We also recycle the water we can for re-use at various cleaning stations.
Home washing generally uses up to 100 gallons of fresh water compared to approximately 30 gallons of fresh water used by St. George Car Wash. Also keep in mind that any water you use winds up in the gutter untreated. St George Car washes captures and recycles almost 75% of the water used during our wash process for potential re-use.
Feel a side panel on your vehicle and compare this to how the finish on your hood feels. Are they the same? Generally hoods take more of an environmental beating than do side panels and will feel rougher. All paint surfaces should feel smooth and grit free.
Hand waxes will generally last about a month. Carnuba waxes will generally last up to three months and paint sealants will generally last 6 months to a year. Whichever you choose, just be sure to do something! Don’t forget to wax the top surfaces of your car twice as much as the sides...they get twice the beating!
Three simple words… dust, dust, dust. Have you experienced one of our flash floods lately?
Yes! Cleaning and moisturizing your leather upholstery twice a year is cheap insurance (and it smells good too)!
You can keep them that way by keeping them waxed! When cleaning fancy wheels, make sure the wheels are cool. Water and chemicals can stain them when hot.
Take a moment to walk around the other side of your car periodically. You may discover something that you never knew was there (like loose molding, scratches, tar or paint overspray).
Chances are you picked up some road tar, which is common after driving over newly resurfaced roads. Get it off asap and don’t forget to re-wax after removing.
Don’t use the hood or trunk of your car for a table. Grocery bags, boxes and purses can cause scratches!
Hunters, don’t despair. With today’s paint technology and quality, even bad scratches can often times be removed by a professional.
Keeping carpeted mats free of dirt and mud prevents dirt from being transferred through the back of the mat and onto your carpet. St. George Car Wash can shampoo your carpeted mats while your car is being washed without any additional time.
When having your carpet or upholstery professionally cleaned, ask to SEE the extractor. Does it look like something a professional would use? Scrub brushes and buckets don’t qualify.
Only pure reverse osmosis (RO) water, which is free of all minerals and contaminants, is used during our final rinse to ensure a spot free finish.
You bet it does! First impressions count! Studies have shown that getting a complete professional detail not only pays for itself, but yields a greater return than simply selling a used vehicle as is. Increase the value of your used vehicle by letting the professionals at St. George Car Wash restore your vehicle to its maximum potential before you advertise it.
We love our dogs too, however, they can shed, leave unwanted odors, and scratch your finish. Don’t howl—we can help.
Please help us help you be removing any unwanted items and trash from your vehicle BEFORE you visit us. Save your grocery shopping until after your car wash so we can give you a more thorough vacuum and wash. Don’t forget to pop the trunk once in a while so we can vacuum it too!