Who does car wash shops?

Hey everyone, I know of one company that does car wash shops, the one where they pay 23 dollars, where the car wash itself is included in that total...because I like them so much; I'm quickly running out of these shops close to where I live and have to wait 90 days to do them again...I did see another company listed on I secret shop that also does car wash shops, around 3 weeks ago and I meant to sign up for them back then, but forgot and now they are gone and I can't remember who they were. Have you done these shops other than for the company I've hinted at and if so what part of the alphabet are they listed under..thanks

Shopping Idaho and Oregon/Idaho border region.

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depends on where you live but I have seen car wash shops at HS Brands, Intel 360 (Formerly Goodwin and Associates), Aboutface, QAMS at one point I believe, Ace, and Intouch Insight.

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@BuffaloNY101..thanks so much..I'm signed up with quams and hs..but not with the others you mentioned..I'll check them out..

Shopping Idaho and Oregon/Idaho border region.
This is good timing. I spilled a bunch of sunflower kernels in my car.

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@MikiNV..hmmm I'm signed up with Bare too, starting to feel like that the Pacific Northwest, they just don't do too many car wash shops.

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Dawnhu: there are two locations in my area and they do them every month: full car wash, exterior car wash and oil change shops. I just checked their website, it seems that they only have about 15 locations in the whole US. None in NW.
MF has them in my area. The chain is primarily drive-thru locations but there is one full service location I was lucky to get once.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/11/2018 01:04AM by grille.
I used to do HSBrands oil change and car wash, but I just can't get it anymore...blaming it on new shoppers and maybe a 3 month plan? I like the 16.00 car wash, makes it acceptable since I add more than the 40.00 and get the better oil.

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I switched from doing the HS brand car wash to the Bare Car Wash a couple of months ago. I did it mostly because of some bad experiences at one particular location. Also HS's reports are horrible because of the ridiculous amount of detail they want (about the only thing they don't want to know is the color of the cashier's nail polish). But the Bare car wash shop is for a company that's had some issues around here so I'm doing my next one with HS. I'll see how that goes.

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I agree, the HS Brand car wash report is strangely worded and arranged and makes for great hesitation and that causes the report to take forever. I only take one when I have a very light day and always wine like a baby when completing the report. But that's how I feel about their reports in general. I still do them, but very few and not as many as I would if they fixed their reports.
Reality check is in my top 3 msc's..they are absolutely amazing...

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The only thing I've seen in my area for Reality check was a test center shop which I did. I loved doing that shop!!!! I would gladly do more of those. I keep checking their site and hoping that they'll have some different shops. Maybe some day. . .

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@sassymmmm..which general area are you in? They have a ton in Pacific NW..you might need to expand out how the miles when searching...

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I somehow think driving there from the Phoenix area might not be cost effective. lol Seriously though, I cover as much area as I am comfortable with. I don't like driving a whole lot and I get lost easily (there is one PO shop that I've done several times and I still get lost getting there). I had a friend in college who said I was directionally illiterate. I think that sums it up pretty well. GPS helps but I only have it on my phone and it can get confusing too. I've long thought that growing up in Denver spoiled me. In Denver, the mountains are always west. If you remember that, the other directions are easy. Also in Denver, the street names mostly stay the same from the suburbs in the north to the suburbs in the south. And it's the same from east to west. I lived in the 6100 block of South Kearney in a suburb. That meant that I was exactly 61 blocks south of 1st avenue in Denver. The 6100 block of any north-south street in the Denver area is also 61 blocks south of 1st avenue. If it's an east-west street, it's based on how far east or west you are from Broadway The only exception is Downtown Denver. I thought this made so much sense while I was growing up that I thought that all big cities did it this way. Imagine my surprise when I found out they didn't. lol

Back to the topic at hand, I have on occasion expanded my territory when the MSC made it worth my while but overall I'm content with the area I cover.

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/13/2018 12:35AM by sassymmmm.
@sassymmmm..I actually don't mind driving..but agreed about pnw being out of the way lol...

Also left to my own devices I can get super lost too...Have you tried the app waze? They are great..they also give you a heads up most of the time if a cop is in the area you're about to drive through...

Shopping Idaho and Oregon/Idaho border region.
I haven't tried that. Perhaps I will.

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The only car wash shops I've seen in the PNW are with MSC's listed above: Reality Check (which often advertises them through KSS) and another MSC that advertises on iSS... Both offer shops with the same client.

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