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Self service spray car wash

Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by corduroy, Aug 26, 2018.

  1. corduroy

    corduroy Member

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    I wouldn't think of taking my new Tesla through the automated car wash, but what about the self service, put in 10 quarters, high pressure spray type places. Is there any downside to this?
     
  2. wbhokie

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    no those are fine. basically a power washer, just don't use the soap/brush setting on your car that some have on your paint.
     
  3. CuriousM3

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    I used this once on a cross country trip, only down side is the time limit , and if it is local , bring your own soap , and the one I went to used dionized water so no need to worry about water spots
     
  4. wbhokie

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    Yeah time limit sucks to be sure.
     

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