Automated Car Washes Are Depreciating The Value Of Vehicles

The Brushes And Cloths Used In Automatic Car Washes Cause Damage To Vehicles By Stripping The Wax Protectant And Dulling The Paint Finish
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Sept. 7, 2008 - PRLog -- BOSTON, MA – Automatic car washes rely on spinning nylon bristle brushes and/or clothes to scrub the dirt off the exterior surface of the automobile. Because friction is used as the primary method of cleaning, very little soap is used and many times the water they use is not particularly clean.

Any automatic car wash system that relies on some type of material that comes into direct contact with the car's paint finish has the potential to instill scratches in the paint or clearcoat. It doesn't matter how soft or state-of-the-art their system is, if the car or truck that was run through the car wash before you was dirty, the dirt that was removed from that car or truck is still in the system and imbedded in the cloths.

These contaminated cloths act like sandpaper rubbing across the surface of the paint scratching and dulling the finish; depreciating the resale value of the vehicle.

According to David J. Mazzarella, President and CEO of Mazzarella Car Care, automatic car washes which touch your vehicle with brushes or cloths are not recommended if you want to keep your paints finish scratch-free and the resale value high. Just because the car wash states it is a “Brushless Car Wash” does not mean it is TOUCHLESS. True touchless car washes use only high-pressure water jets and detergents to clean the car without physically touching it at all. There is virtually no chance of your vehicle suffering any cosmetic damage this way keeping the resale value high.

Mazzarella Car Care Systems, LLC (MCCS) researches and develops bio-degradable, environmentally safe chemicals and transforms them into professional grade automobile appearance products that help auto enthusiasts and people who are into their vehicles get better results faster from the time spent cleaning & waxing cars.

If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with David J. Mazzarella, please call April L. Anselmo, Director of Charitable Affairs of Mazzarella Car Care at 860.416.6887 or E-Mail April at

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