Auto Body Car Care Washington DC

If you want to save money, it’s time to grab a bucket and some towels. It really only takes about 30 minutes to wash a car yourself. Go to an auto parts store and pick up a big jug of car shampoo for around $7.00. It will last dozens of washes, saving you money each time you soap down your car.

Carlovers Inc
(202) 628-9299
801 Pennsylvania Ave Nw
Washington, DC
 
Midas Auto Service Experts
(202) 638-6888
625 New York Ave Nw
Washington, DC
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Mufflers Repair

New York Avenue Car Wash
(202) 682-3998
39 New York Ave Nw
Washington, DC
 
Alert Security And Auto Sound
(202) 526-9300
2060 W Virginia Ave Ne
Washington, DC
 
District Tire Wholesalers
(202) 398-8100
1215 K St Ne
Washington, DC
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

H And H Self Service Car Wash
(651) 455-4440
Washington, DC
 
Clean Cars Of Washington
(202) 342-9274
Washington, DC
 
Hubcap Tom''s
(202) 526-2020
23 Florida Ave Ne
Washington, DC
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Jimmy''s Tire Shop Inc
(202) 398-8100
1215 K St Ne
Washington, DC
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Recycle And Exchange
(202) 328-2135
3060 16th St Nw
Washington, DC
 

How to Save Money on Exterior Car Care

How To Save Money On Exterior Car Care By Brian Alexander, Road Test Editor

Everyone likes having a shiny, sparkly car, but in today’s fast-paced, get-this-done-yesterday world, our car’s exterior often serves as a dirt-encrusted testament to just how little free time we have. For everyone aside from the most resolutely insane car lovers, a car wash is little more than a once a month inconvenience that gets in the way of recreational activities. 
 
So what do we do? Stop in on the car wash while running errands, of course. But at $7-15 each, those convenience stops can add up fast. If you’re thinking gas station automated washes are the answer, think again. Don’t use a gas station car wash if there’s even a scant chance you vaguely like your car. They’re incredibly abrasive on your vehicle’s finish, even if they are only $5.00 each.
 
If you want to save money, it’s time to grab a bucket and some towels. It really only takes about 30 minutes to wash a car yourself. Go to an auto parts store and pick up a big jug of car shampoo for around $7.00. It will last dozens of washes, saving you money each time you soap down your car. You can protect the paint with a low-cost spray-on wax too. A bottle of spray-on wax only costs about $10, takes a few minutes to apply and makes washing and drying your car the next time that much easier, as it forms a slippery protective barrier on top of the paint. 
 
That wasn’t so bad, was it?
 


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