Pricing & Plans – Car Wash

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Pricing Package

Budget Valet

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  • Wash, Wax & Dry
  • Windows Cleaned (in and out)
  • Vacuum Inside and Boot
  • Dash Dressed, Ash Tray Cleaned and Deodorised
  • Mags cleaned
  • Tyres Dressed
$80.00

Super Valet

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  • Wash, Wax & Dry
  • Windows Cleaned (in and out)
  • Vacuum Inside and Boot
  • Dash Dressed, Ash Tray Cleaned and Deodorised
  • Mags Cleaned
  • Tyres Dressed
  • Hand Polish Whole Car
$160.00

VIP Valet

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  • Wash, Wax & Dry
  • Windows Cleaned (in and out)
  • Vacuum Inside and Boot
  • Dash Dressed, Ash Tray Cleaned and Deodorised
  • Mags Cleaned
  • Tyres Dressed
  • Hand Polish Whole Car
  • Shampoo All Interior Including Mats
$199.00

The Works

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  • Wash, Wax & Dry
  • Windows Cleaned (in and out)
  • Vacuum Inside and Boot
  • Dash Dressed, Ash Tray Cleaned and Deodorised
  • Mags Cleaned
  • Tyres Dressed
  • Hand Polish Whole Car
  • Shampoo All Interior Including Mat
  • Engine & Engine Bay
  • Clean & Dressed
  • Door Jams Clean
  • Boot Jam Clean
$249
Frequently Asked Questions

Have Any Questions?

How often you wash your car could depend on where you live and where you drive. Dirt roads and salted streets might make it necessary to wash your vehicle more frequently than driving on dry ones. In general, you should aim at washing your car once a week - every other week at least - to adequately maintain the body and protect the paint.
Professional hand washing is the best bet to keep you car in tip top shape. But that service might not be available or convenient every week. A quality and professional car wash can be a suitable alternative for those weeks (or locations) as we provide a mobile service. Every so often, you might also consider professional auto detailing for more advanced care.
What about just washing your car yourself in the driveway? Isn’t that an inexpensive option for cleaning your car? Wouldn’t it even be possible to amass all of the tools, equipment, and specialty products used by a professional detailer and do it yourself?

Sure. But inexpensive does not mean satisfactory, or thorough, or even safe for your car. Common do-it-yourself tactics like washing with dish soap, using too little water, working in direct sunlight, or other poor approaches can each cause more harm than good. So can trying to use a buffer or polisher without experience. The truth is, unless you have been properly trained, you can do damage to your paint. Same thing if you use the wrong products. And the right products (not to mention tools and equipment) can be quite costly. If you combine the lack of suitable materials with a lack of experience, the result can be far less than fulfilling.

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