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Tire care

How to keep profits from going down the drain.
Joe J. Napoli
Tire shine applicators are usually an add-on that provides that “special something” in the carwash experience. For this service to bring in more revenue for your business, however, it needs to be working efficiently and to be properly maintained.


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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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Chemistry for sign maintenance

If a sign is not cared for properly it can look very weathered and lose its effectiveness


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Making Maintenance Fun

CarWash College™ Tip of the Month
I've been sitting around all day trying to think of something more boring than doing the routine maintenance around the car wash.
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Getting in Gear for the New Year

CarWash College™ Tip of the Month
A new year typically begins with at least one resolution to do something different, better or faster. I have spoken about this in the past, but it is so important that I feel I need to touch on it again.
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Year-round dryer maintenance pays off in winter

Liz Powers
When the air temperature drops, water on a car can turn to ice and freeze locks, windows and doors.
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Starting the year off right

Presenting preventative maintenance schedules for conveyor, in-bay automatic and self-serve carwashes.
Debra Gorgos

Maintaining Your Vacuum

CarWash College™ Tip of the Month
While on a conference call last week someone complained about the life, or lack of, they were getting from their vacuum system.
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Understanding centralized vacuums

We talk to one industry expert to find out how they work and what kind of maintenance is involved.

Final day to download our white paper article

LATHAM, NY — Register with carwash.com today to download our first whiteboard article, “Setting up a preventative maintenance schedule.”
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