A vehicle wash is a facility used to clean the exterior and, in some cases, the interior of vehicles. It can be self-service (DIY), full-service (with attendants who wash the vehicle), or fully automated. Commercial car washes in the United States were first established in 1914 by Frank McCormick and J W Hinkle in the name of Automobile Laundry in Detroit, Michigan. People used manpower to push or move the cars through various stages of the process. The car wash operations peaked at 32 drive-through facilities in the United States. The first semi-automatic car wash in the United States made its debut in 1946. A facility in Detroit, Michigan used automatic pulley systems and manual brushing.
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