SpeedWash has opened in Langley, offering customers one of the fastest car washes in Canada at 19869 Fraser Highway.

SpeedWash Langley is open

New car wash open 24/7 at 19869 Fraser Highway

SpeedWash has opened in Langley, offering customers one of the fastest car washes in Canada at 19869 Fraser Highway.

“Our community is becoming more environmentally conscious, and local businesses should do their part as well. SpeedWash’s Surrey and Langley locations use a reclaimed water system, which not only saves water but reduces pollution as well,” said owner Raj Aadmi.

“A lot of work went into building this location but we wanted to extend our reach and offer a fast, affordable, and professional car wash to more members of our community, while making it convenient to be eco-friendly.”

SpeedWash has additional locations in Surrey and Coquitlam.

Open 24/7, SpeedWash thoroughly cleans a car in less than four minutes, said Aadmi. SpeedWash has already served over half a million vehicles in roughly two years, but is enthusiastic to now offer the same service  for Langley drivers.

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