LOS ANGELES--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Washos, the largest auto detailing app in Southern California, will graduate its seventeenth class of auto detailers ready to take on the devastating effects of recent storms to vehicles throughout Los Angeles and Orange County. The company detailed more than 10,000 cars in 2016 alone and has outlived competitors in an industry that took a hit when the rain kept people from washing their cars.
“We engineered our app to make sure that doesn’t happen.”
“We expect this weekend to be insane as the sun comes out, and people can see just how bad their cars look,” said Bertrand Patriarca, Washos CEO. “The graduates of this week’s Washos Academy will have the opportunity to make $1,000 a week decontaminating the paint on the cars, sanitizing it, which is especially compelling after a rough flu season, and restoring headlight visibility more than 50 percent with our methods. This is one of the highest paying jobs in the app world.”
Washos won’t be using much water though. The company estimates a gallon per car compared to the roughly 30 gallons used by traditional car washes. The Washos app is free and services start at $29.99. The company’s reliable technology ensures customers can have a detailer be at their car in as little as 90 minutes or schedule a wash a week or more out – no spinning wheel that pops up to say “not available.”
“We were sensitive to the specific pain consumers go through on other service apps where timely promises are made but not delivered,” Patriarca said. “We engineered our app to make sure that doesn’t happen.”
About Washos, Inc.
Washos is a Los Angeles-based startup with a strong tech backbone which delivers mobile car washes using professionally trained detailers to various areas in SoCal via its app and website. All detailers are fully insured, graduate from the Washos Academy and undergo an extensive background check to guarantee 100 percent satisfaction for customers. Washos currently serves Los Angeles County and most areas in Southern California. For more information, please visit www.washos.com.