- Summer: We are open from 7:30am to 7:00 pm Monday-Saturday and 8:30am to 6:00pm on Sunday.
- Winter: We are open from 8:00am to 6:00 pm Monday-Saturday and 8:30am to 5:00pm on Sunday.
Yes, we accept cash, credit, and debit cards.
When you exit the tunnel, go to the left and use the vacuums along the fence.
No, but we offer memberships that allow you to wash as often as once per day, every day.
No appointment necessary.
- Use the messenger feature on our website by clicking on the message bubble in the bottom right corner of each page.
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- Max tire width is 13 inches.
- Max wheelbase width is 87 inches.
- Max vehicle height is 7 feet.
- Any “rack” devices such as luggage racks, bicycle racks or work racks.
- Any bicycle, wheelchair or other “rack” affixed to the rear of the vehicle. Trailer hitches should be removed before entering the car wash to ensure our equipment is able to clean the back of the vehicle.
- Vehicles that exceed the size requirement for vehicle height, width or tire width.
- Vehicles with excessive body damage.
Yes, our wash is safe for soft tops.
The short answer is NO. Brightworks advanced process will not create swirl marks or scratches on your vehicle’s finish. We have invested in the most innovative car wash equipment so that we can provide a clean, shiny car without damage, scratches, or swirl marks.
The longer answer concerning swirl marks will help you understand what they are and why we can confidently say that our equipment does NOT create swirl marks.
Here’s why we can confidently say that Brightworks Car Wash does not create swirl marks or scratches on your vehicle’s finish:
The most obvious reason is that the equipment that actually touches your vehicle rotates like a paint roller (over and over), NOT in a rotary motion. Therefore, there is no equipment present that would create a swirling pattern!
Swirl marks are circular microscopic imperfections on the surface of vehicles, best seen on black or dark blue cars when illuminated by a single light source (like the sun). They are not to be confused with cracking or spider webs, both of which lie beneath the clear coat and are a result of imperfections or micro-fracturing in the paint itself. Most cars will develop swirls, cracking, and other surface marring in their lifespans to one degree or another. These can usually be resolved or minimized with professional and regular wax treatments.
The most common reason people notice swirls after a wash is because, well, a really good wash! Once the layers of dirt and buildup are washed away, the underlying defects are exposed and often times magnified.