Video of the Week: Manager takes rotating brush for a ride

Video of the Week: Manager takes rotating brush for a ride

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Josh Hood, manager of Pitstop Carwash in Slidell, Louisiana, has a new prospective on rotating brushes.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — This week’s video, featured on WWLP’s (22News) website, www.wwlp.com, and provided by CNN, shows Josh Hood, manager of Pitstop Carwash in Slidell, Louisiana, get wrapped up in a hose and stuck on one of the wash’s rotating brushes.

“Josh says the hose actually wrapped around him, hog-tying him to the rotating brush,” reported Jeanne Moos in the video. “Round and round he went, the hose spooling out as he spun but never running out so at least he wasn’t squeezed as if by a python.”

Hood reported to RightThisMinute that “neither he nor the brush suffered serious consequences,” and that he only suffered a little road rash on his knees and laughed about the incident later.

You can also find the video here.

For any carwash, safety is a crucial component for smooth operations. Learn more about the importance of safety by reading CarWash Safety 101, a regular blog featured on Carwash.com and written by McNeil & Co. National Carwash Program Specialist Mike Benmosche. You can find this blog here.

Each week, the Professional Carwashing & Detailing editors select a video from around the Web to raise awareness, spread education and/or share innovative ideas from around the car care industry.

How does your car care business stand out from the rest? Send Assistant Editor Maria Woodie your videos, ideally two minutes or less, at [email protected] and you could be featured in the next Video of the Week.

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