EDWARDS, Colo. — Edwards Station, a multi-profit center, has begun to renovate its carwash, according to the Vail Daily.

The project will replace the current automated carwash with a new high-tech tunnel-style wash by December, said the article.

The former carwash could clean eight cars per hour, but the new tunnel will be able to clean up to 50 cars per hour, noted the article.

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The renovation will cost almost $2 million. Wash quality will improve, and the new equipment will focus on removing magnesium chloride in the winter, and insects in the summer, stated the article. It will also use soft foam brushes and rollers, and green soaps.

Vacuum areas will also be increased, new parking spaces will be added, and four electric car charging stations will be installed, reported the article.

The station’s three-bay self-service carwash will remain open during the fall, and its gas station, c-store, Wendy’s restaurant and express lube are not impacted by construction, explained the article.

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