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Carrollton Welcomes Shine Time Express Car Wash

Shine Time Express Car Wash is bringing the community an upgraded car wash experience. From a laser show car wash to a license plate recognition system, husband and wife team Bryan and Jennifer Nixon have accomplished a major renovation along with adding brand new equipment to the existing building shell. The couple says, “We ripped the old track out and put in a new setup: it’s a brand new chain, rollers, along with the entire wash system itself.” 

In addition to a whole new wash experience, the former oil change bays have been taken down and Shine Time Express Car Wash will feature 27 new vacuum bays. Jennifer states, “There is no one else in town that has that many vacuums.” 

Each vacuum station will have access to free-use towels to clean your vehicle; and when you’re done, the friendly team at Shine Time will wash the towels on site so they are ready for the next customer immediately. The vacuum area also features a mat washing station. 

Shine Time Express Car Wash offers membership programs starting at $9.99 a month that include all amenities for two months.  After that, the pricing will go to a lifetime DISCOUNTED price.

Bryan shares, “Graphene is a brand new product to the industry that is a new layering system that is harder than a diamond. It goes on the car, but it’s gonna give you another layer of protection. This is the only wash in Carrollton that has a three-step layering process.”

Stop by during Grand Opening week starting on December 16th and wash for FREE.  They will be offering the TOP PACKAGE for every customer for a few days for FREE.  They open at 8:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sundays.

Shine Time Express Car Wash is located at 1405 South Park Street in the former home of Big Daddy Car Wash directly next to Krgoer. You can find them online by clicking here.

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D'Asha Davis
D’Asha was born in Dallas, Texas but later moved with her family to Peachtree City. She has a degree in Journalism from Hofstra University and has recently returned to the area after a couple of years teaching English in South Korea. She’ll try anything once and loves traveling and having new experiences. She is excited to get back into writing and to bring content to The City Menus Team.