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Tropical Car Wash is located in Tampa, FL, at the intersection of Busch Boulevard and North Nebraska Avenue. We are just a short distance from I-275 and Busch Gardens. 

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At Tropical Car Wash, we never stop working for you. Every day our passionate, dedicated, and talented employees process hundreds of vehicles. We are a family owned and operated business. We believe in giving back to the community, and do so by hiring local employees, donating 5% of designated sales to local non-profit organizations, and offering corporate discounts to local businesses. To learn more, visit our Specials page.



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The basic proposition of our business is simple: deliver the cleanest vehicle possible, quickly, with the highest level of customer service. We’ve translated this into our motto "Customer satisfaction through customer service."

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Our business has been built on earning customer trust through the quality of the services we provide. We understand their needs and strive to maintain a consistent level of cleanliness. At Tropical Car Wash, we have a thirst for growth and continually look for ways to improve every 
aspect of our business. So far, we have spent $100,000 in upgrades to provide our customers with a more comfortable and environmentally friendly experience. We are proud to be the Tampa Bay Area's leading car wash. Our commitment to quality service has earned us consistent high marks in customer satisfaction.

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Tropical Car Wash uses water efficient equipment, such as computer controlled systems and high-pressure nozzles and pumps, to clean vehicles thoroughly while conserving water. We pipe dirty water to treatment facilities or into state-approved drainage facilities. Tropical Car Wash uses an average of 30 gallons of water per vehicle. If this sounds like a lot of water, consider this: Washing your vehicle at home can use up to 10 times more water than taking your vehicle to a professional car wash. Home car washing pollutes the environment as soap and road grime (oil, tar, dirt) end up in storm sewers that flow into lakes, streams and rivers. Many North American cities have even banned driveway or parking lot charity car-washing events, which result in soapy discharge and wasted water. Increasingly, professional car washes are considered as better site options for such events.

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