LAMAR, Colo. — Matt Reinhardt, owner of the WASH SPOTT, reported that his new carwash will use less water than an average household per day, according to The Prowers Journal.
If construction goes as planned, Reinhardt plans to open the wash in November, the article stated.
“We expect to be able to do a basic wash for about 100 cars in an hour,” said Reinhardt in the article.
A 100-foot long wall will divide the carwash from the entertainment area, reported the release, and customers can enjoy ice cream or a drink from the soda fountain while their vehicles are sent through the wash on a conveyor belt.
“We [will be able to] take most stock built vehicles,” stated Reinhardt in the article, however high-profile vehicles, like semitrailers, will not be able to use the facility, added the article.
In addition to a light show, which accompanies the carwash, customers can choose to have their vehicles vacuumed, towel dried and/or the interiors cleaned, the article informed.
Patrons can also make appointments for a complete detailing service while they wait in the entertainment area, continued the article.
The WASH SPOTT will be open six days a week, the article noted.
You can find the article here.