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Old 03-29-2009, 06:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Truck Wash in Lloydminster

Just went to the new Trans Canada Automatic Truck Wash here in Lloyd and it does a damn good job. The small vehicle wash was down at the time, but the guy put me through the Large Truck wash, on lowest setting (one they use for duallies with trailers and school buses, etc). Normal $25 wash for $12 (same cost as small vehicle normal wash) and I`m impressed with it.

Only issue was that my driver`s side door doesn`t close properly at the top, so I got some water in there, but I knew that would happen lol.
Truck came out really nice, and took only a few minutes. It will peel any loose (well lifting) paint, so gotta watch that, but didn`t lose any stickers or anything.

Again, I`m very impressed how quick and good of a job this wash does, if you get the chance, give them a try.
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