Car Wash Equipment
As for speed of cleaning, the design of the machine plays a big part and so does managing the cleaning work. It is advisable to divide the cleaning process into different stages and focus on speeding up each stage. A systematic approach would lead to a tremendous increase in the speed of cleaning.
Tips to speed up all three stages of car detailing:
Reducing waiting time
Waiting time is inevitable when the vehicle is taken to a detailing company.read more
The right kind of cleaning power!
There are two reasons why steam cleaning units aren’t ideal for a steam car wash. Firstly, these units lack the sustained cleaning power required to clean the entire vehicle. Although they are great for doing spot-cleaning interiors, they aren’t good enough for washing an entire car or truck. Another problem with dry steam cleaning units is the fact that they only emit about 5% moisture. They may be very effective in melting and dissolvingread more
needs to be able to clean the vehicle body and the wheels effectively as well. Car wheels and tires often have to face brake dust build-up. If this isn’t cleaned regularly, it can cause damage to your wheels. Every time a driver hits the brakes, iron filings from the brake pads flake off and settle on the wheels. As these filings sit on the wheels and tires, they get mixed with oils, grease, and other kinds of dirt and debris. This is known as brake dust. Unlike ordinary kindsread more
Car cleaning professionals highly recommend the Super Max™ 6120SCW for all kinds of auto detailing applications. By generating super hot steam at temperatures as high as 250ºF, this car wash system effectively softens grease, grime, dirt, mud, tree sap, and oil deposits on vehicle exteriors without causing any damage to car paint. In fact, the gentle yet powerful cleaning action of this auto detailing unit makes it ideal for eliminating dirt and grime fromread more