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      04-11-2010, 02:46 PM   #1
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Best Carwash in 626 Area

Hi I will be visiting some family in the Pasadena area (626 area code) for a month, and was wondering which car washes you would recommend. Prefer something that will be better for the car. Thanks
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      04-11-2010, 04:04 PM   #2
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I wouldn't recomend you to go to any carwash if you like your car. Best way is to do it yourself ofcourse. I'm sure your family here have supplies for a good wash.
But if you must have someone do it for you, I would have some who knows what he is doing do it, but its a lil pricey, but check out this site for some great places;

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthr...ghlight=detail.

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Thanks for the help sehrgut. I might look into a detail then. So no recommendations for a regular car wash?
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you can try san marino auto grooming

http://www.yelp.com/biz/san-marino-a...o%20car%20wash

i take my 01 530 there. regular car wash is 18 dollars.
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I've been going to Frank for 6 months, he's in Pasadena, might want to give him a try...been washing for over 15 years, I think.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/franks-detai...0auto%20detail
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Thanks for the help sehrgut. I might look into a detail then. So no recommendations for a regular car wash?
No problem. Happy I could be to some help for you. Im sure others can pitch in on good places for a carwash.
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Thanks for all the suggestions. I've decided to just get some washing materials and do it myself
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Thanks for all the suggestions. I've decided to just get some washing materials and do it myself
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ive had good experience with the guys at faschings car wash on santa anita across from the in n out.

its on the corner of colorado and santa anita. i have never taken my M there nor will i ever take an M to a car wash. If i were to however, it would be there.
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theres this one wash in pasadena off the 210. lucky's i think, right next to the DMV. its decent i suppose. not the best but they get the job done pretty cheap. 13 bucks per wash if i remember correctly
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you can try san marino auto grooming

http://www.yelp.com/biz/san-marino-a...o%20car%20wash

i take my 01 530 there. regular car wash is 18 dollars.
+1 = ask for Oscar = filtered water and air pressure dry = good work
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