Wash holds four-day grand reopening after renovation
MOKENA, IL — The father and son owners of the Fuller’s Car Wash here began celebrating their grand reopening today, MokenaPatch reported.
The Jan. 7 story stated that the carwash recently had a $2.5 million renovation, and the 6,500-square-foot facility has five express lanes along with two full-service lanes.
The express lane services run from $3 to $12 depending on the services chosen. The $3 service includes only light-duty cleaning and free self-serve vacuuming. The $12 package includes heavy-duty cleaning, undercarriage blast, tire shine and vacuums.
The full-service feature lets customers have their vehicle cleaned without lifting a finger. The windows are washed, the interior is cleaned and the carpeting is vacuumed.
One new feature that the washes added is the heated super driers. The state-of-the-art super driers heat up to 120 degrees and eliminate almost all of the excess water from the vehicle.
Fuller’s Car Wash was first a repair shop that opened in 1946. In the 1970s, the business changed its focus to cleaning cars.
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