Rain Can Be Harmful to Your Car
The Environmental Protection Agency reports that acid rain, a serious problem in the U.S., damages car paint when the moisture evaporates, leaving the acid — which can form a blemish that looks like a splattered raindrop. This eats through a car's finish, permanently etching it.
By professionally washing your car at least once or twice a month, you can maintain your dignity and help preserve one of your biggest investments.
Another benefit? Saved time and convenience. Time, has become the most valued commodity by most Americans today. Any way to save it — accomplishing more with less — appears to be the latest trend. To wash a car yourself, first you need to buy the soap and washcloths. Then there's the clean up of your yard or driveway. Lugging everything in and out of your garage or house is exhausting compared to a quick trip to the Mt. Battie Car Wash.
Few people also realize that washing their cars at home can pollute the environment. Soap and road grime such as oils, tar, and dirt end up in storm sewers that may flow into lakes, streams and rivers — the same water in which you andyour children might swim, or where you fish or hunt. Water conservation is another benefit: professional car washes can use about half the amount of water it takes to do it yourself.
For all these reasons, you can't beat a car wash at the Mt. Battie Car Wash. And oh what fun it is to take your kid through the wash from the inside of the car!
So treat your car the way you want it to treat you. Add car washing to your monthly list of chores; go to the bank, pick up the dry cleaning, visit the grocery store, and get the car washed. You'll protect your investment, save time, and you'll minimize the environmental impact.
Stop by today and we'll help you get your car clean and shiny!!
Mt. Battie Car Wash * 98 Washington St. * Camden * ME * 04843 * 207-701-9964
Source: Courtney Caldwell
Road and Travel Magazine