Car wash in Hoboken?

What is your favorite car wash in Hoboken?

Hoboken has a few car wash spots in town. Of course, we’re not fortunate enough to have one as depicted below – but which one is your favorite? Take the poll below, and find an AWESOME alternative just minutes outside of town!

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West New York offers better car wash for less money!

Face it – if you’re driving a car already, you can’t blame “laziness” for not searching out spots for just about anything that would either be A) better or B) significantly cheaper that Hoboken. And that is what we found recently in our travels. There’s a car wash on 49th & Palisades in West New York. A literal 5 minute drive. I don’t even know the “official name,” but it doesn’t matter.

This place was amazing! The guys worked their asses off, cared about the services they provided – and best of all, it was only $8 bucks!

10 times better than any car wash I’ve received in Hoboken (although the Coconut Grove Detail center was good back in the day – but they’re long gone now.)

Give these guys up in West New York a shot. And not only that, visit any area bodega too – where everything is cheaper. Like 1.5 liter Poland Springs were only $1.75! (Closer to 3 bucks in Hoboken – if you can even find them anymore!)

West New York Car Wash 49th Palisades

4 Responses

  1. HansBrix says:

    Often the best deals are the $5-a-pop fund raiser car washes that the HS kids put on – assuming your timing is right.

    One caveat tho: I drove into one in Weehawken (Park ave?) once and had second thoughts as I saw/heard one sponge-wielding kid’s heavy rapper-style neck chains/medallions drag across my roof and passenger side windows.

  2. GioDesa says:

    I cannot stand the car wash on 11th & willow that the Wallace School puts on saturday/sunday mornings in the summer. It is SUPER obnoxious and dangerous. The kids start SCREAMING “carwash!!!” endlessly starting at about 8:30am and they dont stop till 2pm. Imagine 30-40 pre-teen girls screaming their heads off, and then having all passing traffic honking their horns. Also, the parents are just as obnoxious. Not only do they block off an entire lane of trafic…One of the fathers then walks halfway into the remaining lane and tries to coax traffic into the carwash. Ive seen cars have to drive over the double yellow line to avoid him. Lastly…hoboken taxes are INSANE. I pay $6k in taxes for a small 1 bedroom and I dont even have any kids that attend the school. Hudson county has one of the highest cost-per-student ratios in the state. Why are they in the streets begging for money on top of that?!?!?!

    • HOB424 says:

      This is NOT a Wallace school car wash. This is a fundraiser for the Cheerleading team in Hoboken to raise money for their activities. This is not for the school.[quote comment=”221471″]I cannot stand the car wash on 11th & willow that the Wallace School puts on saturday/sunday mornings in the summer. It is SUPER obnoxious and dangerous. The kids start SCREAMING “carwash!!!” endlessly starting at about 8:30am and they dont stop till 2pm. Imagine 30-40 pre-teen girls screaming their heads off, and then having all passing traffic honking their horns. Also, the parents are just as obnoxious. Not only do they block off an entire lane of trafic…One of the fathers then walks halfway into the remaining lane and tries to coax traffic into the carwash. Ive seen cars have to drive over the double yellow line to avoid him. Lastly…hoboken taxes are INSANE. I pay $6k in taxes for a small 1 bedroom and I dont even have any kids that attend the school. Hudson county has one of the highest cost-per-student ratios in the state. Why are they in the streets begging for money on top of that?!?!?![/quote]

  3. spiffy says:

    Imagine hoboken with events like this? Good times would be upon us. Such a shame.

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