Car Wash Deal in Hoboken

A neat-freak on your Hoboken shopping list? Car washes!

Potential snowy weather is common in winter months around these parts – and if you have a particular “neat freak” in your life who may love keeping their car pristine, this idea is for you.

The Riverfront Car Wash in Hoboken (15th & Willow) has a car wash deal that lets you wash your car as often as you want for as little as $30 bucks for 30 days. Or if you want the top-level service, it’s only $45. Not bad, and may make a good stocking stuffer!


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Hobo_can
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Hobo_can

I have to agree with Craig.

I only take my car to car washes in the winter when I have to otherwise I only wash it myself. I haven’t found one yet that will not swirl the paint.

Craig-D
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Craig-D

Ofer – I apologize if my statement about the brushes you use was incorrect. I was unaware that the brushes I observed being used were made of hog hair, which is indeed safe for automotive paint. I jumped to the conclusion that the swirl marks must have come from the car wash, because that’s the only place that has touched the car other than me. As an aside, I do wax my car religiously – it is 8 months it’s old and has been waxed three times so far. I take back what I said and will remain a loyal customer to Riverfront.

jl2621 – There’s no point in calling my dealer. I inspected the car thoroughly when it was delivered and the paint was flawless.

Craig-D
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Craig-D

I’ve been going to this place for years. But then I got a brand new black car in April and couldn’t figure out how the paint had swirl marks already (swirl marks are barely noticeable little scratches in the clear coat that look like swirls – hence the name). They usually occur by using a cloth with a harsh fiber to wash or dry a car. I always use micofiber cloths, so I know it wasn’t anything I was doing. One day I decided to watch what happens at Riverfront once they take the car from you. Turns out that before it goes into the machine, they pre-rinse the car with soapy water using stiff bristle brooms like those used on floors! Guess these guys never heard of the brushless car wash. Suffice it to say, I am done with them. I’m going to check out the other car wash on Observer Hwy.

riverfrontcarwash
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riverfrontcarwash
Dear Craig I’m the owner of Riverfron car wash. We use ONLY microfiber towel! The brush that you saw is not a floor brush, it’s an hog hair brush that cost $85 per brush, it’s the best brush on the market for car washes. Swirl marks could happen from a lot of reasons, even a mix of dust and stonrg wing could cause some marks. You need to wax your car more often, The wax will eliminate fine marks and your car will look alot better. I’m in the car wash business over 25 years so I have some experiance. Customer service is our first priority so please contact me to discuss this matter. Thank you Ofer[quote comment=”213021″]I’ve been going to this place for years. But then I got a brand new black car in April and couldn’t figure out how the paint had swirl marks already (swirl marks are barely noticeable little scratches in the clear coat that look like swirls – hence the name). They usually occur by using a cloth with a harsh fiber to wash or dry a car. I always use micofiber cloths, so I know it wasn’t anything I was doing. One day I decided to watch what happens at Riverfront once they take the car from you. Turns out that before it goes into the machine, they pre-rinse the car with soapy water using stiff bristle brooms like those used on floors! Guess these guys never heard of the brushless car wash. Suffice… Read more »
jl2621
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jl2621

i think that the deal at riverfront is awesome! 8) ive been a customer there for many years and the service is excellent i wash my 2 cars there about twice aweek (one of them bing black and very swirlless). ➡ craig you may want to give your dealer a call …keep up the good work riverfront! [quote comment=”213049″]Dear CraigI’m the owner of Riverfron car wash. We use ONLY microfiber towel! The brush that you saw is not a floor brush, it’s an hog hair brush that cost $85 per brush, it’s the best brush on the market for car washes. Swirl marks could happen from a lot of reasons, even a mix of dust and stonrg wing could cause some marks. You need to wax your car more often, The wax will eliminate fine marks and your car will look alot better. I’m in the car wash business over 25 years so I have some experiance. Customer service is our first priority so please contact me to discuss this matter. Thank you Ofer[/quote]

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