CLASSIC CAR WASH

27 Padanaram Road

Danbury, CT

203-778-5018

 

CAR WASH

EXTERIOR DETAILING

INTERIOR DETAILING

Paintless dent removal

Lease return detailing

New car protection packages

Sap removal

Used car reconditioning

Overspray removal

Boat detailing

 

 

QUALITY SERVICES

Hours
Monday thru saturday
8am- 6pm
Sunday 8am-5pm
Drop off service for detailing

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Hand car wash facilities, where the vehicle is washed by employees.
  • Self-service facilities, that are generally coin-operated, where the customer does the washing, including "jet washing".
  • In-bay automatics, which consist of an automatic machine that rolls back and forth over a stationary vehicle - often seen at filling stations and stand-alone wash sites.
  • Tunnel washes, which use a conveyor to move the vehicle through a series of fixed cleaning mechanisms.
  • Chemical car wash, also known as water-less car wash, uses chemicals to wash and polish car surface. Known to have originated from Australia and has been well-received as an eco-friendly car wash method around the world.
  • Steam car wash uses steam jet and micro fiber towels. This has been popular especially in Asia, Middle East and Europe because of its water-saving, sanitizing and chemical-free features.

Mechanized car washes, especially those with brushes, were once avoided by some meticulous car owners because of the risk of damaging the finish. Paint finishes have improved as have car washing processes, and this perception of vehicle damage is much less today. It was, however, the motivation behind the rise of the "brushless" (cloth), "touch-free" (high-pressure water), and most recently, brushes which are made of closed cell foam, car wash facility.

In a modern car wash facility, whether tunnel automatic, in-bay automatic or self-serve, soaps and other cleaning solutions used are based on milder acids and alkalies designed to loosen and eliminate dirt and grime. This is in contrast to earlier times, when hydrofluoric acid, a hazardous chemical, was commonly used as a cleaning agent in the industry. There has been a strong move in the industry to shift to safer cleaning solutions. Most car wash facilities are required by law to treat and/or reuse their water and may be required to maintain waste-water discharge permits, in contrast to unregulated facilities or even driveway washing where waste-water can end up in the storm drain and, eventually, in streams, rivers and lakes.