Brought to you by PDQ Manufacturing, Inc. Mechanical failures can be a car wash owner’s worst nightmare, and it’s easy to understand why. Costly breakdowns and time-consuming repairs represent an omnipresent risk. One way of ensuring that the potential for equipment failure and downtime is minimized is by keeping up with scheduled preventative maintenance. There is an important distinction between preventative maintenance and reactive repairs. Too often, putting off car wash preventative maintenance is looked at as an easy way to decrease costs. However, failure to do so can cause additional damage to equipment that could have been prevented.
This happens more than a few times, where someone with a sunroof takes a short trip through an automated car wash. Everything goes smoothly until the sunshade goes back, only to greet the driver (and passengers) with a deluge of water instead of sunlight coming through the sunroof. Convertible owners probably won’t get caught in this situation, for the overwhelming majority would never think of taking this water-logged cruise.
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