From time to time, I get inquires from car wash operators looking for ways to defend their turf from someone building a new car wash in their backyard.
Entrepreneurs, business owners, and company leaders in every industry are living in a state of overwhelm right now. The rules of business have changed seemingly overnight, and many are struggling to adapt to the new normal of our...
As the nation begins to slowly emerge from its COVID induced slumber, car washers are hard at work adjusting their operational models to ensure they are ready and able to service their customers.
Shade placement is a balance between aesthetics and functionality. A common misconception is that shade has to be either functional or look good.
When it comes to operating a car wash business, many aspects can be changed and adapted over time. If equipment fails, it can be replaced.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act dwarfed prior efforts by lawmakers to take on economic crises and natural disasters.
When I transitioned into consulting more than 20 years ago, more than half my clients during those first few years were people looking to build self-service car washes.
In last month’s column, I used the word “hysteria” to describe my personal view of the state of our nation with regard to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
The term hydrophobic refers to molecules and surfaces that repel water. Water on hydrophobic surfaces such as oil will exhibit a high contact angle, which is used to quantify the wettability of a solid surface by a liquid.
Writing in a print medium about an event that is developing and changing as rapidly as the Coronavirus outbreak presents the inevitable danger of being irrelevant by the time the article comes off the presses.
The professional detailer has always dealt with cleaning surfaces prior to the application of dressings. But what about disinfecting — the removal of what could be deadly pathogens within the interior?
If there is one thing about business that doesn’t change, it’s that business will always change! Be it through the advent of new technology
The ongoing COVID-19 health crisis has disrupted the entire U.S. economy, forcing many “non-essential” businesses to close their doors and wait out the pandemic with no timeline on when they can reopen.
Selling your car wash is a complex and stressful process. However, there are some steps you can take to make the process easier and ensure that potential buyers are valuing your business properly.
I’m writing this on April 1, 2020, at a time when historic government actions are underway to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
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