Is it ever too cold to have your vehicle washed?
We've heard all about how awful road salt can be: It's corrosive and will eat away your car if you let it cling too long. But now there's a new and even worse chemical being applied to roads in winter. It's called brine, and it's your car's worst nightmare. The Washington Post just did a
How to beat the winter weather if you're a car wash worker.
Temperatures plunged into below-zero territory this week and stayed there in some parts of the country today. If you're a car wash worker or manager, make sure people stay safe.
This weekend offered another window of opportunity for drivers hoping to clear the road salt off their cars. Bubbles Car Wash in Boston saw more than double its usual traffic.
The New York Times published an op-ed today urging readers not to wait for the end of winter to get their cars washed. "You should have been keeping on top of this all winter," they say.
Another round of snow has been another boon for car wash businesses in the north. Car wash owners in New Jersey and Nebraska were cashing in over the weekend as drivers dig their vehicles out of snow, slush, and road salt.
To wash or not to wash? Two schools of thought clash over when is the best time to get cars washed during the winter: as often as possible, or only after the snow lets up.