Our highest priority continues to be the health and well-being of our team and customers. We have taken a number of precautionary measures to ensure the health and safety of our team and our customers.

    • We continuously remind team members (and our customers) that the best strategy for fighting the spread of coronavirus is to regularly wash your hands in soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds each time.

    • Following government orders, our team members will be required to submit a health assessment before starting their shift.

    • We frequently and vigorously disinfect our offices and communication equipment. Our Support team disinfects all common areas regularly.

    • For the safety of our customers visiting Carolina Car Wash, the team disinfects high traffic surfaces such as vacuum handles, vending machines, and the counter in the customer booth during lot checks.

    • We require team members to wear gloves when Service Advising every customer.

    • We are limiting the interaction with the customer. Here are the additional precautions we have implemented:

    • Our team members are swiping credit cards now, but if the customer is uncomfortable they may still swipe their card at an arm’s length away.

    • We are accepting cash however credit card is preferred.

    • One customer allowed in the building at a time. If you have a mask, please wear it for the safety of all involved.
    •  Team members are approved to wear a face mask while on duty to ensure the health and safety of our team and customers.


There are several reasons why Carolina Car Wash is staying open during this critical time:

    • Express/Full-Service car washes provide necessary ongoing upkeep, maintenance, and antibacterial and antiviral hard surface cleaning for automobiles
    • Much like washing your hands regularly, washing your car’s exterior, door handles, and trunk is essential in removing viruses from the surface. Without that cleaning process, the coronavirus is reported to remain on metal, glass, plastic, and other hard, non-porous surfaces for up to nine days. This poses a risk for all vehicle operators but especially shared vehicles like police, fire, ambulance, and ride-sharing (Uber/Lyft), as well as personal vehicles. Washing cars improves public health through that cleaning process.


We will continue to monitor the CDC, as well as federal, state, and local guidance on how best to respond and protect our team and customers. Thank you for your attention and patience during this rapidly changing time.