Self Serve Car Wash Brampton
A tremendous option for self serve car wash services in Brampton and the GTA can be found at the In N Out Car Wash and Detailing Centre. The self serve car wash is just one option of many that can be found at In N Out Brampton, to keep your car clean and running smoothly. The expert automotive technicians at In N Out have been helping drivers in Brampton and the GTA maintain their vehicles for over 50 years. That kind of long-running service means you can look forward to the same great results for your vehicle every time you stop in.
How does a self serve car wash work?
To optimize the results of a self serve car wash, there are certain steps you can take to prepare your vehicle adequately. Some of these steps may include:
- Routine check
- Get your coins or card ready
- Washing stages
- Vehicle tune up
The first step is to do a cursory inspection of your car, and the self serve car wash bay, to make sure everything is ready to go. Before you start your wash, make sure your windows are up and all doors are fully closed. The In N Out Brampton car wash specialists will have performed routine checks on the car wash equipment to ensure is all in working order.
Prepare Your Payment Method
You will have the option to use coins or a card as payment method at the In N Out Car Wash. Once your initial payment has been made you can get started with cleaning. You will have the option to add more time should you need it.
There several steps or stages to work through with a self serve car wash. Recommended stages of cleaning are:
- Foam wash
- High-pressure rinse
- Wax (optional)
The first stage of a self serve wash is the pre-soak. Presoaking involves a low-pressure spray that should be administered to the entire vehicle, from top to bottom. Once the whole car has been covered, the pre-soak should sit for a few minutes, so it has time to begin breaking down dirt with its specialized PH formula.
After the pre-soak has had some time to sit, the next stage is to wash the vehicle with a foaming brush. After checking to make sure the brush is clean, with no debris left over from the last customer, you can work up a good, soapy lather on your vehicle.
The next step is to rinse off all the soap using a high-pressure washer. It is very important to work systematically here, to make sure all the soap is rinsed off to avoid streaks and smears. A good approach is to start at the top and work down in slow, side to side movements.
Waxing is an ideal way to finish your self serve wash if you have time, to leave a sparkling and shiny finish.