Blue Wave Car Wash

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<p>Blue Wave Car Wash is a full-service car wash, allowing you to sit and relax while your car gets the cleaning it deserves. It offers specials throughout the week, including Wacky Wednesdays ($3 off all washes) and Senior Tuesday (20% off all washes).</p>
<p>Blue Wave Car Wash is conveniently located on Route 9 in Barnegat, across the street from TD bank and A&P.</p>
567 N Main St, Barnegat, NJ 08005
(609) 698-9900
  • Accessibility Details: The entrance is ground-level.
  • Hours: Mon - Sat, 8am - 6pm; Sun, 9am - 5pm
  • Accessible: yes
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diane March 17, 2014 at 06:07 pm
car is a Sonata - I will never go back there, not even for a car wash - they don't deserve a pennyRead More of my money. I usually take the car to the dealership but this was a quick one-shot deal - and they tried to tell me that I had to get an oil change at 3,500 mi and the dealership new sticker is for 7,500 - they need to get their act together - many people out there may not realize whats happening to their cars - yes, it was the wrong oil filter - dealership said if no original Hyundai part it will not seal properly thus the leak
John March 23, 2014 at 09:42 pm
Diane I also drive sonata I have been taking it there for oil changes ever since I bought the car. IRead More have never had any problems with oil changes they are fast,courteous, and friendly. For $33 I get Castrol name brand oil and a filter and a 16 point check. I also receive a free car wash with my purchase. It is the best place in the area.
diane March 24, 2014 at 07:48 am
John, I am glad you did not have any problems. What year is your Sonata? I' m curious - how do youRead More know its Castrol oil besides what it says on the sign? I'm not trying to bash this place for no reasons - I have a huge issue with oil leaking, gave them 3 times to fix it, and finally was told by the dealership for the 2013 Sonata they must use a specific oil filter or it will leak, and if they do not use the proper torque it could be a problem also. Cars are expensive and designed to last a long time and I don't need someone messing around with the engine on a fairly new car. Besides the mess in my garage and driveway. Sorry, but I stand by my review based on experience.
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