In an earlier post, we looked at the different types of water that a car wash operation might use, and how your choice of detergent is affected by them. But that article didn’t take into account the car wash system being utilized – like in-bay automatic car washes.
It would be a mistake to think that washing fleets of transit vehicles is a simple matter of splashing on generous amounts of soap and water and applying a fair bit of elbow grease. Properly washing any vehicle relies more on the chemical cleaners being used.
Like every other kind of service industry, the truck wash has to evolve to keep ahead of the game. After all, from the vehicles they service to the chemical cleaners they use, research and development have had dramatic changes in the sector. A key development in large fleet washing, as needed in the trucking industry, is the brushless truck wash.
There is a certain satisfaction taken from getting your car truly clean, leaving it gleaming in the sunlight looking as new as the day it first emerged off the factory assembly line.The good news is that attaining that level of clean is simple and inexpensive, with some surprisingly everyday items key to completing the job.