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Mr. Clean

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My installer kinda talked me out of soft touch/any touch mostly because my wash is unattended and in a sort of farm ish area. Thinking someone with a open truck bed goes in and the wash picks up some chicken wire in the brush then scratches cars until i get there to notice it made me very eh to the touched option. altho i was very on board for it im just not sure i want the possibility of buying a bunch of paint jobs.

however with that said im open to hearing all options and opinions.
Those instincts are spot on. Too many variables in a rural/agricultural community to risk friction. Dryers will be challenging enough.
 

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I highly recommend that you talk to the guys at Petit Auto Wash Equipment I just spent two days with them and can say I am a believer in the equipment and the company. Also see the Dencar Technology guys on the auto cashier. Both are shown at United Auto wash and pair up very well. United Auto Wash www.unitedautowash.com These are 1st class folk running the equipment businesses from an operator point of view.
I will get both as soon as practical.

Mike
 
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I highly recommend that you talk to the guys at Petit Auto Wash Equipment I just spent two days with them and can say I am a believer in the equipment and the company. Also see the Dencar Technology guys on the auto cashier. Both are shown at United Auto wash and pair up very well. United Auto Wash www.unitedautowash.com These are 1st class folk running the equipment businesses from an operator point of view.
I will get both as soon as practical.

Mike
I had the exact same experience and I am putting in my first Petit now.
 
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