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    Car Washing & Polishing in Kansas City

    Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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    Business Listing   Aj's Carwash - Kansas City, KS - Phone: (913) 287-7700

    Business Listing   Complete Car Care - Kansas City, KS - Phone: (913) 281-4511

    Business Listing   Larry's Auto Clean - Kansas City, KS - Phone: (913) 371-7052

    Business Listing   Mission Road Car Wash - Kansas City, KS - Phone: (913) 236-9074

    Business Listing   Rain Tunnel Car Wash - Kansas City, KS - Phone: (913) 321-4664

    Business Listing   Rainbow Car Wash - Kansas City, KS - Phone: (913) 432-1116

    Business Listing   Turtle Wax Auto Apperance Center - Kansas City, KS - Phone: (913) 299-3353

    Business Listing   Westheights Car Wash - Kansas City, KS - Phone: (913) 342-0221

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    Helpful Definition for: Car Washing & Polishing

    Car washing and polishing businesses in Kansas City offer useful tips to keep cars squeaky clean and damage-free. They supply high quality, ph balanced good car soaps, fortified with brighteners that don't dull the car paint for car washing. Alongside, they also supply microfiber wash mitts, natural chamois and detail clay for car wash purposes that help to remove contaminants like overspray, bugs, tar, hard water spots, etc. They recommend keeping the car in a shade to dry after washing. Polishing is recommended to remove imperfections such as scratches, oxidation and spotting. It helps level the paint's surface to give a lustrous shine.

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