BP Superwash uses automatic rollover brushes at 46 national sites, while BP Jetwash uses a superior high-pressure wash at 16 sites across the country.
The BP Superwash menu consists of three types of wash:
- Gold Wash....R 40 in KwaZulu Natal; R55 in Gauteng and R60 in Cape Town
- Silver Wash....R30 in KwaZulu Natal; R35 in Gauteng and Cape Town
- Wash 'n' Go:....R20 in all regions
- Wet Wednesday Wash n Go ….R10 in all regions and only available on Wednesdays
When purchasing a car wash, you are required to select the wash of your choice from the menu. The wash is purchased from the cashier at the BP Express shop who will provide you with a coded slip. You proceed to the carwash and enter the code reflected on the slip into the keypad positioned at the entrance of the carwash. Before entering the car wash, you are required to follow the procedure outlined below:
- Lower the aerial and fold away external/side mirrors
- Remove all louvres and cell phone/whip aerials
- Close all windows and sunroof
- Drive slowly into the carwash - only when you see the green light
- Stop when the indicator light turns red
- Pull up the handbrake
- Switch off the ignition
- The wash cycle will now start
- Pull off only when the indicator light turns green.
Please note that cars with damaged paintwork, rust and loose or non-factory fitted trimmings are not permitted to use the car wash facility as this causes damage to the carwash brushes. Only Ryko-approved waxes and soaps are used. The car wash facility is used at your own risk.