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Taking your car to any "car wash" is a huge mistake.

First of all, they likely don't use a proper washing system to prevent micro-scratches within your already thin clear coat and paint. In fact, you don't know what the hell they do.

Taking your car to a "car wash" is a surefire way to get marred paint.

I recommend only washing yourself using a two-bucket method and a CLEAN high-quality microfiber washing mit.

Taking your car to a "car wash" is like going to jiffy lube and then complaining when the tech uses the wrong oil filter.

The idiot at the car wash most likely pulled on your door lever too hard.
 

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Taking your car to any "car wash" is a huge mistake.

First of all, they likely don't use a proper washing system to prevent micro-scratches within your already thin clear coat and paint. In fact, you don't know what the hell they do.

Taking your car to a "car wash" is a surefire way to get marred paint.

I recommend only washing yourself using a two-bucket method and a CLEAN high-quality microfiber washing mit.

Taking your car to a "car wash" is like going to jiffy lube and then complaining when the tech uses the wrong oil filter.

The idiot at the Silver Spring car detailing most likely pulled on your door lever too hard.
thank you for your time
 

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Depends on the car wash. Here we have multiple types - from self-spray to washing by attendants. I've never used a wash where someone else washes my car. The spray washes don't use brushes or fabric, and are very handy for midwinter. So - it depends.
 
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