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Wash Bay

Discussion in 'Shop Talk' started by Tugger2, Feb 6, 2021.

  1. Sberry

    Sberry Senior Member

    Jul 31, 2010
    Brethren, Michigan
  2. 5.9Jon

    5.9Jon Member

    Apr 30, 2010
    MB Canada
    One thing to take into consideration is the odor. We had a million dollar wash bay at a project that was environmentally friendly. The water was reused for the most part but the smell in the building was terrible. You can't beat a hot water washer though sure keeps things clean.
  3. skyking1

    skyking1 Senior Member

    Nov 3, 2020
    I wanted to set up a wash rack outside with a two post lift for the cars and trucks. Nice to suit up and get all the salt and sand out from winter and the trips to the beach.