5 car wash places we'd recommend you head to for your next wash!

A car wash is something that any owner can tackle – all you need is some basic cleaning solutions, a gung-ho DIY spirit and plenty of elbow grease.

But if you’d really like to get serious about keeping dirt and grime at bay, it is best that you leave your beloved ride in the hands of a seasoned veteran. After all, you wouldn’t leave the catering for a fancy party in the hands of amateurs, would you?

Having said that, just which workshops should you head towards if you are looking for some deep cleaning prowess? Here’s a list of our trusted car wash partners that we’d recommend for your next wash! 

Carpow

Carpow understands the importance of providing convenience to its clients. Which is why the brains behind the brand have opted to invest significant chunks of change in opening three outlets across the island.

5 car wash places we'd recommend you head to for your next wash!
Currently, their workshops are located in Bukit Batok, Yishun and Ang Mo Kio. In theory, you are no more than 30 minutes from a Carpow outlet! And the mindfulness doesn’t stop there – to cater for your hectic schedule, Carpow opens till late, operating till 9pm from Sundays to Thursdays, and 12am on Fridays and Saturdays. Perfect then, if you end work late, and need a clean car to impress your supper date.
5 car wash places we'd recommend you head to for your next wash!
This is a business that prides itself on not having gimmicks – they have three tiers for their car washes, and each step of the cleaning process has been clearly laid out, so you can be assured of exactly what to expect! You’d also be entitled to free car washes with their loyalty programme – to be eligible for this, accumulate five and ten stamps. With all the perks, is there really a need to brave the causeway hassle to save a few bucks on a wash?

Address: 1 Bukit Batok Cres, #03-33 WCEGA Plaza, Singapore 658064Opening Hours: 12pm – 9pm (Sunday to Thursday), 12pm – 12am (Friday and Saturday)Website: https://carpow.sg/
Contact Number: 9752 6131

Lambency Detailing

Lambency Detailing has ten years worth of industrial experience in the field of car detailing. Their speciality is in the application and maintenance of ceramic coatings, only using premium SONAX products in their processes.

5 car wash places we'd recommend you head to for your next wash!
Their attention-to-detail means that every car that goes through their door is treated with the same meticulous care – just the sort of grooming your vehicle deserves. It is this thoughtfulness that keeps customers coming back, be it a wash, detail or a ceramic coating job.
5 car wash places we'd recommend you head to for your next wash!
And they treat their customers with the same care too. Lambency Detailing has a large air-conditioned lounge on the second floor of their shop, ensuring customer comfort is equally prioritised. With comfortable lounge chairs, WiFi and cold drinks, odds are, you might not want to leave even after work on your car is done!

Address: 53 Ubi Avenue 1, #01-31 Paya, Ubi Industrial Park, 408934Opening Hours: 9am -7pm (Monday to Friday), 9am – 9pm (Saturday and Sunday)Website: https://lambencydetailing.com/
Contact Number: 9658 5808

Westpoint Automotive Solutions

You need to look past the generic name of this business, and recognise it for the car wash powerhouse that it has been for more than a decade. They are strategically located at the Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim exit off AYE, and just a few minutes away from the Taman Jurong and Teban Gardens neighbourhoods.

5 car wash places we'd recommend you head to for your next wash!
They offer express polishing and single-stage polishing packages, from prices as low as $88. All the work will only take up to three hours, with Westpoint Automotive Solutions being a genuine contender for being the vendor with the shortest turnaround time. And you can spend the wait time in comfort with their spacious customer lounge!
5 car wash places we'd recommend you head to for your next wash!
More in-depth work can be done here too – if paint protection coatings are required, their staff members have been trained to use products from IGL Coatings. Otherwise, with grooming packages ranging from your basic car wash to the advanced application of paint protection coatings, you can choose what best suits your car and budget.

Address: 19 Jurong Port Rd, Singapore 619093Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm (Monday – Saturday)Website: https://www.facebook.com/Westpointautomotivesolutions
Contact Number: 6259 9433

Restyle My Car

Being the newest venture on this list, Restyle My Car has proven that being a start-up does not mean staff that lacks experience. With the most skillful and experienced team members, they have built up a loyal clientele that trusts them when it comes to handling their vehicle.

5 car wash places we'd recommend you head to for your next wash!
As with many of the other businesses mentioned in this listicle, there is space for customers to chill whilst waiting for their cars to be cleaned, but this is really the only venue with enough space for a comfortable hang-out spot. As such, many car clubs enjoy heading down to have their rides cleaned, using the downtime for some stress relief and relaxation.
5 car wash places we'd recommend you head to for your next wash!
Whilst Restyle My Car provides cleaning, clay bar and anti-bacterial services, their primary focus is on detailing, polishing and ceramic coatings with the use of Fireball products. Two polishing bays and two wash bays allow a total of four cars to be worked on at any time. They are open until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, which is useful if you need a wash before heading for a night out!

Address: 15 Yishun Industrial Street 1, #01-31 Win 5, Singapore 768091Opening Hours: 10am – 8pm (Sunday – Thursday),10am – 12am (Friday and Saturday)Website: https://www.restylemycar.sg/
Contact Number: 8838 4338

5D Solutions

5D Solutions is located in the heart of the Soon Lee workshop sphere. They too offer car wash, detailing and coating services. However, what differentiates them from the others is that they are the only shop on this list that offers paint protection film services!

5 car wash places we'd recommend you head to for your next wash!
STEK PPF is employed as an additional boundary on your car’s bodywork, providing an extra layer that safeguards your paintwork from dirt, road grime and stone chips. This helps to better preserve your paint even as it ages, and could even help to bolster your car’s resale value down the road.
5 car wash places we'd recommend you head to for your next wash!
Your car is in safe hands – 5D Solutions will not accept anything less than perfection as the final result, which is why they take pride in not rushing through any of their work. They also only accept jobs via appointments, allowing their staff members ample time to lavish your vehicle with the care it truly deserves!

Address: 7 Soon Lee St, #01-26 Ispace Building, Singapore 627608Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm (Monday – Saturday)Website: https://www.5dsolutions.sg/5d-solutions-services/
Contact Number: 8668 7560

Leaving Your Car Wash Needs To The Experts

You can always opt to go for an inexpensive petrol station wash, or even tackle car cleanliness the DIY way. But if you are looking for a fuss-free way to ensure your car remains in an optimal state of hygiene, any of the five vendors mentioned above are a good bet. Which workshop you end up going for ultimately boils down to your personal requirements.

We suggest you check through all their various offerings via the respective links to their sites – it’s only wise you make an informed decision!

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