STUTTGART, Germany — Mr. Wash is a two-story carwash that can wash more than half a million cars every year, according to the Wall Street Journal.
About 40 employees clean, polish and vacuum vehicles. One employee even wears white gloves as he directs drivers through the wash, said the article.
On the large building’s second floor, automatic wash equipment gets cars’ exteriors clean, and employees clean the interiors. Customers can continue cleaning on the lower level, stated the article.
The structure cost about $40 million to build five years ago, and it is much larger than most American carwashes, noted the article.
"This thing will stand forever," said Eric Wulf, chief executive of the International Carwash Association, in the article. "There's more concrete and steel here than at 10 carwashes in the U.S."
Complimentary coffee and free vacuums are available to customers as well. The base wash is €6 ($7.77), and it goes up to €20, reported the article.
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