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      04-11-2014, 06:59 PM   #1
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Good Car Wash in Kansas City

Hey everyone,
I'm in KC for a few months and looking for somewhere that will do a good carwash. Any suggestions?
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      04-11-2014, 07:25 PM   #2
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I've been looking as well, but I don't think it exists in this area. All the touchless carwashes I've seen have the wheel guides that scratch the rim (w low profile tires). Welcome to Kansas!
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Waterway does a VERY good job with washing exterior and interior for a good price. They have many options you can do and they also pump 93 octane gas. Your car goes through, but I have never had any problems with my wheels there. I have seen very nice jags, porsches, etc there. It is also a hotspot for many Ferraris and Lambo's to go get gas, but they dont usually risk going through because they are too low. I would definitely recommend it. They dry it for you too with rags so you have no streaks.
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Thanks for the heads up on Water Way. I was weary when first getting there when the guy told me he had never seen a DCT trans before, so he let me roll it in to the wash myself and they ended up doing a pretty solid job.
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      05-17-2014, 07:33 PM   #6
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You guys, Waterways kind of suck. It's just a bunch of disinterested high school kids. Also, different BP's are owned/managed differently, you can't assume just because a particular location sells 93 octane or ethanol free, that they all do, because they don't.

The best car wash that I've found in KC is on the Country Club Plaza at a place called Detail Pro. The owner's name is Javier and it's all hand washed and dried. They also offer full detail but I just get the Express Detail and it costs ~$40 for inside and out. Takes about an hour.
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