Covid-19 Keeping Your Vehicle Clean & Safe
UPDATE: MAY 18, 2020
Vacuums and Vending
Vacs and vending are now available.
We are Operating at Regular Hours
Mr. Magic Car Wash is continuing to operate in a limited capacity in order to maintain the cleanliness and sanitization of vehicles for essential workers, government workers, and those in our communities running essential errands, like buying groceries or prescriptions. All Mr. Magic locations' automatic drive-through Exterior Washes are currently open 7 days a week from 8 am to 5 pm.
We want you to know that the health and safety of our customers and staff are of utmost importance and we are taking the extra steps necessary to maintain a healthy and sanitary workplace while still meeting your needs. These steps include limited guest-to-team member interaction, team members strictly following the CDC guidelines of regular handwashing, wearing masks, and staying home if they are sick, and if you are a Wash Club member, our cashier will ask you to read your club account number to them rather than handing them the card. For everyone's safety, our vacuums and vending machines are closed. We apologize for any inconvenience. To further reduce personal interaction, you can purchase gift cards, wash ticket books, and join our Wash Club online while saving on individual washes at the same time!
We'll take care of your car's exterior, but while our interior detailing services at Mr. Magic Bridgeville also remain closed, we want to remind you to clean and sanitize the interior of your vehicle just as you do your home to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
As we continue to "flatten the curve" of COVID-19, we are all now finding ourselves more aware of the surfaces we touch outside of our homes. While there has been a lot of information about general hygiene (can you count how many times you've heard "wash your hands for 20 seconds" and "don't touch your face"?), we haven't heard a lot of information about how easily COVID-19 can be spread inside and outside your vehicles. While you're out, you're exposed to germs and viruses that can follow you back to your car and be deposited on your keys, door handles and steering wheel, just to name a few.
A study by carrentals.com shows that the average steering wheel is six times dirtier than an average cell phone screen, four times dirtier than a public toilet, and two times dirtier than public elevator buttons. Be sure to sanitize your steering wheel on a daily basis as well as any other interior locations that your hands touch regularly such as door handles and controls, keys, seat belts & buckles, cup holders, and all buttons and knobs on your dashboard including radio controls, touchscreen, and more.
We thank you for your continued support and as we face this challenge together, wish you and your families good health during these uncertain times, and always.