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Premium Car Wash Services in Valley Center


It’s Not Rocket Science, But There’s A Right Way


It’s not rocket science to wash a car, but there are ways to wash a car that produce better results.

We do it the right way.

We’re not like the $10 wash you see around the corner. If you’re looking for a fast and cheap option to get your car washed, we most likely won’t be a great fit for you.

Although this is considered a basic wash, we get very thorough. This service is great when paired with with an Engine Cleaning or a Full Interior Cleaning.


Here’s what you get:


1) Clean wheels, tires, fenders, and gas cap
2) Wash vehicle with quality mitts, products, and methods (remove love bugs from bumper)
3) Dry vehicle with soft microfiber towel and air blower to blow water out of crevices and wheels
4) Clean exterior glass and windows
5) Dress tires to make them shine

You won’t have tire dressing all over your fenders when you drive off or water running down the door panels.

Our wash process is a little different. There are studies that show the average car wash can use anywhere between 25 to 50 gallons of water per car wash. Some tunnel washes can use up to 150 gallons per car! That’s a lot of water.

You won’t have a mess of water and soap all on your driveway, the parking lot at your job, or people tracking water and dirt into their car.

We use as little water as possible to clean your car properly and efficiently.

Basic Car Wash FAQs


  • Do you come to me?

Yes, we’re mobile so we’d clean clean the interior at your home, apartment, or work location. It makes life much easier for you 

  • Does this include a wax?

If you’d like to add more shine and protection to your paint, then I suggest you recommend checking out our Wash and Wax service. The Basic Car Wash is just to clean the loose dirt and debris that has accumulated on your car.

  • How long does a car wash take?

It depends on the size and condition of the vehicle, but generally speaking between 30 to 60 minutes.

  • Do you need access to water?

If we’re working at your home location, then if possible, we’ll use the water spigot you have. If we’re working at an apartment or your work location, we have our own water supply that we use. Regardless, we can get the job done!