I saw that availability but I’m not sure what the potential is with it. There is actually anther car Wash a block away from that gas station I have been waiting to go on the market.Also, just saw there's an empty, clean Automatic bay for rent there. Might be worth looking into. It is on CL there.
You'd need to put in an IBA, but lools like the structure is sound.
Put up white panels, new IBA, & may be a money maker....?
Yes, on the first generation wizards the boom down time is set in the recipe and is measured in seconds- I can't remember whether seven or eight seconds is max. Once is gets all the way down the bottom boom prox should stop it. Sorry, I haven't owned a first generation wizard in Years and am a bit rusty.Small World indeed… so my water wizard, on the first presoak the boom doesn’t go all the way down to the rear of the vehicle. I have been reading the manual and originally thought it must be one of those telco eyes not registering the vehicle height. Upon further review that must not be the case, the other functions do go all the way down in the rear. Now I see there is a boom down timer for each pass. Maybe this is my issue. Does anyone know how to check what it currently set at?
Looks good but I hope you didn’t use stainless steel cleaner on the gantry. First couple washes, it’s going to come off and on to the car being washed. It will leave an oily film on the cars until it’s all washed off the gantry. Learned that lesson the hard way.Thanks, I got this issue corrected by us just if the boom down timer. I shined up the old equipment pretty well. Now does anyone have a good upgrade idea for the sign that says what feature the machine is on?
Thanks, We used nu-wall and a razor blade scraper to clean it up.Looks good but I hope you didn’t use stainless steel cleaner on the gantry. First couple washes, it’s going to come off and on to the car being washed. It will leave an oily film on the cars until it’s all washed off the gantry. Learned that lesson the hard way.