Experience the Difference

Gift Cards Make a Great Gift!

Call us and we'll take your credit card information over the phone and deliver it to wherever you need along

with our brochure.

Hold Your Next Fundraiser at

Key West Car Wash!

You sell tickets for the Ultimate wash at a discounted price and we'll wash the cars in our state-of-the-art

tunnel wash. You make money PLUS keep your own tips for drying the cars! Everyone needs a car wash so it's a Win/Win for all. Call us for more information.

Call: (847) 888-8486

Located at 215 Randall Road in South Elgin, IL

2 miles south of Route 20 next to the BP Gas Station

and Jewel Food Store.  NE corner of Gyorr Road

and Randall Road.

Become a VIP!

We have both a Monthly and Yearly VIP Pass Programs that save you money and helps to keep your car looking like new. With unlimited washes, you don't have to worry about the weather or your budget. Additionally, you'll get 10% off all other services above and beyond your package plan including Professional Detailing.

Monthly VIP Pass

Basic Express Wash :       $25/Month

Express Wash Plus:          $35/Month

Ultimate Wash:                  $45/Month

Express Interior:                $30/Month

(Add the Interior to any above

 Exterior Wash) 

Yearly VIP Pass

Basic Express Wash :       $295/Year

Express Wash Plus:          $395/Year

Ultimate Wash:                  $495/Yearh

Express Interior:                $296/Year

(Add the Interior to any above

Exterior Wash)

We use a state-of-the-art reclaim system that recycles our water including a spot-free reverse osmosis process for a crystal-clear car wash.

Car Wash or Wash your Car at Home?
Check out this link for more information:

September 9, 2010  

If you own a car, you face the constant dilemma of choosing between washing it yourself or going to a commercial car wash. But for the Earth-conscious car owner, there's the additional question of which method is more environmentally responsible. So how exactly does one choose? To make your decision a bit easier, we've put together a list of pros and cons for both methods of car washing, along with some eco-friendly techniques and a few helpful alternatives. According to the International Car Wash Association, an industry group that represents car wash companies, the average commercial car wash uses less than 45 gallons of water per car. That's half the water used by even the most careful at-home washer. Additionally, under the Clean Water Act of 1972, car wash facilities in both the United States and Canada are required to drain their waste water through appropriate channels (i.e. into sewer systems), instead of allowing it to flow into storm drains. These regulations further the protection of drinking water from the run-off pollution that occurs with driveway washing. Car washes also tend to have more water-efficient equipment such as computer controlled systems, high-pressure nozzles, and pumps. *And last, but not least, many commercial companies recycle and re-use the rinse water.