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Starting a carwash

How to start a carwash: Coaching up employees

For business owners, finding and developing the most valuable employees, productive "A" players, can be a major hurdle.


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How to start a carwash: Monitoring chemical use

Once a chemistry balance has been set, owners should look for the most effective methods to check and monitor their wash's use of chemicals.


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How to start a carwash: Market your business, part 2

Five more tips for promoting a new business and developing the ever-important return customers.


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How to start a carwash: Avoid these common mistakes

Of the 50 percent of small businesses that fail in the first five years, 30 percent survive only two years.


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How to start a carwash: Market your business, part 1

Properly promoting your car care business is huge step in success, and here are five tips for promoting a new business and developing the ever-important return customers.


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How to start a carwash: Design and location

Many issues work together to determine if an existing property is a good fit for an express tunnel carwash.


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How to start a carwash: Site security

When adding any type of security to your new site, it pays to do a little research and make sure you have thought about what your goals are and how best to accomplish them.


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How to start a carwash: Vacuum upkeep steps

If new carwash owners take the time to perform simple upkeep tasks, their vacuums should perform well long into the future.


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How to start a carwash: Finding and keeping employees

Tips and helpful hints for keeping your team (and customer base) strong.

With the right attention to your employees, your carwash can run even more efficiently and it can better serve the wants and needs of customers.


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How to start a carwash: What about water?

Here is some news you need to know right now.
Water is a precious resource, the incoming of which we simply cannot control, at least not yet, and the only thing that can be controlled is how the current supply is used and reused.
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