CU Auto Bath Systems

CU Auto Bath Systems CU Auto Bath Systems offers self-service car wash 24/7 in the Champaign, IL area.
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Operating as usual

Stop in today! We would love to see your smiling faces.
11/30/2019

Stop in today! We would love to see your smiling faces.

It's time to come kick it with the whole community. Join us to #ShopSmall on Nov 30 for #SmallBizSat. Your purchases make a huge difference to us, and we really appreciate your business!

07/12/2019

We use only the best brushes in the car wash industry. Our brushes have 6 holes for the best liquid delivery. They are the fullest & high quality hog hair.

Meteorologist Kevin Lighty
01/31/2019

Meteorologist Kevin Lighty

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Campus Closure - Inclement Weather
01/30/2019
Campus Closure - Inclement Weather

Campus Closure - Inclement Weather

All classes, programs, and services will be canceled at Parkland College on January 31, and all offices will be closed as well. This notice includes all athletic events and partner classes taking place on campus.

Postal Service suspends delivery on Wednesday
01/30/2019
Postal Service suspends delivery on Wednesday

Postal Service suspends delivery on Wednesday

The USPS says postal delivery operations will be suspended for Iowa, Western Illinois on Wednesday. There will be no collection mail pick up, for businesses or homes.

01/24/2019
CU Pack N Ship

CU Pack N Ship

We will be open tomorrow January 25th, from 11:00 am - 4:30 pm. Stay safe and warm out there this evening and tomorrow.

02/22/2017

The Secret Method To Cleaning Inside Of Windshield So There Are No Streaks
Cailyn Finkel
2/21/2017

Not only is the inside of your windshield a difficult place to clean due to the angle, but it never seems to come out well despite the different cleaners and solutions you may try! Smudges, streaks and fingerprints are stuck on with most cleaning tactics, but not anymore! There's an effective technique to get the dirt and grime off, and it's easier than you might think!

For the best way to get off interior windshield marks, all you need to do is gather the following supplies: a microfiber towels (paper towels work if you can't use microfiber), a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser (rubbing alcohol also works) and your standard glass cleaner. Once you have these items together and ready to go, it's time to learn how to clean like a car was professional!

The first thing you need to do is "pre-wipe" the windshield with the microfiber cloth - do this in a circular motion to begin with and move to an up-and-down motion to get all of the grime off. Next you'll move onto the second and third steps! The process isn't difficult, but it does take a little elbow grease!

06/17/2016

Here are several hacks that will help you easily and quickly clean makeup stains from a car’s interior:

Makeup stains should be treated right away because most cosmetics contain oily substances, which get oxidized in the open air. In addition, some cosmetic stains can deeply penetrate fabrics, so trying to clean them when dry will be even harder.
If the makeup stains are water-based and do not contain any oily substances, cleaning is normally easier. In fact, you can encourage customers to take care of these stains on their own. For these products, use a soft sponge dipped in warm soap water to clean the stain.

Makeup stains can also be treated by applying a soft cotton pad dipped in a 10 percent solution of ammonia and letting it sit for a few minutes. Then sprinkle some baking soda on top of the stain, let it sit there for a couple minutes and use the cleaning method with the soft sponge, mentioned above. Remember not to apply too much pressure on car upholstery fabrics because some are more delicate than others, and you can make things worse instead of simply cleaning the stain.

If a car’s upholstery is made from synthetic fabric, first use a cotton pad dipped in hot water and then apply a delicate cleaning product — but only on the stain’s surface. Rub it gently with a wet sponge or towel, and the stain should start to disappear. This method is especially useful when it comes to cleaning car upholstery in pale colors. However, it is not so suitable for brightly colored upholstery.

Removing lipstick stains could be a more difficult task to successfully complete. Lipstick stains are normally oily stains because lipsticks contain special pigments. Apply several drops of regular dishwashing detergent on the stain, and rub gently with a soft sponge or brush; you should be able to treat the stain this way.

If a liquid face foundation stain is on the car interior and upholstery, you can use an old toothbrush to apply some mild cleaning detergent directly on the stain. Rub with a clean sponge dipped in warm water until the stain starts getting smaller and smaller. You can also use a standard wet wipe.

Nail enamel stains are normally among the hardest ones to clean. Make sure to not rub the surface of the car’s upholstery, try instead to absorb the substance with a towel — if it’s still damp. Rubbing will only make the stain look bigger. Then, after you have absorbed everything you could, take an old towel, dip it in some acetone and start pressing on the stain again. Rubbing is of no use here, so pressing and absorbing should do the job. Once the nail enamel stain gets paler, get another dry towel and press it on the stain — this way the substance is supposed to soak on the towel. Try to do this several times, and the stain should be removed. Still, remember not to use acetone on delicate upholstery fabrics or leather.

02/24/2016

Yes! We are open today!!!! Be safe out there.

03/16/2015

The car wash is buzzing today! We have a new brush at our bays on Springfield Ave. You can really tell the cars coming out of the car wash today!

01/19/2015

The carwash is hopping today! You should see all the dirty cars coming out so sparkly clean. We are half way to 100 likes, once we have 100 likes we will start having events! Tell your friends about us.

01/15/2015

*****NEWS FLASH*****
There are no lines at the carwash at the moment, stop by on your lunch hour and get the ice and grime off your vehicle. :)

01/12/2015

Stop on in spay off your vehicle. We use heated water!

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2208 W Springfield Ave
Champaign, IL
61821

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I lost my wallet here, someone please return it to me
Can't wait for spring so ready to wash the car up. Favorite car wash facility in Champaign