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Business Shares Pictures Of Customer's Vehicle That Took Seven Hours To Clean

Business Shares Pictures Of Customer's Vehicle That Took Seven Hours To Clean

A professional car cleaning company in Australia has shared pictures of a customer's vehicle that was so dirty it took them seven hours to clean.

Proline Automotive, based in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, shared snaps of the interior of the car, which was strewn with wrappers, sweets, dirt and crumbs.

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True carnage, I'm sure you'll agree. Credit: Facebook/Proline Automotive
True carnage, I'm sure you'll agree. Credit: Facebook/Proline Automotive

The company said it only normally shares the 'after' pictures on its Facebook page, but in this instance, it felt people deserved to know the 'true carnage' of the vehicle it was dealing with - whether 'carnage' was a deliberate pun, we can only speculate.

In the post, which was shared on Wednesday, the mobile car detailing business said: "We thought we should make a post, dedicated to reversing the true carnage this poor little Mazda had endured. Usually we like to only share 'after' photos but this one was too funky not to share.

"Seven hours were spent thoroughly detailing this interior, giving it a second chance at life. Seats and carpets were shampooed then extracted for multiple passes to remove sticky substances, deep stains and unpleasant odours.

The Mazda took seven hours to clean. Credit: Facebook/Proline Automotive
The Mazda took seven hours to clean. Credit: Facebook/Proline Automotive
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"Unfortunately the remaining marks on the seats were caused by baby seats and are irreversible. We always recommend to people who have just purchased a new vehicle to place a towel under baby seats to avoid this type of damage if child seat safety guidelines approve this.

"These photos show the true capability of the equipment we carry on board."

The business added that cleaning cars like this was 'nothing new to us', but in the comments, many people seemed disgusted by the state of the Mazda.

One person said: "How the actual f*** do disgusting maggots actually let their s*** get to this?? I'd HATE to see the state of this person's house."

The company got the car sparkling in the end. Credit: Facebook/Proline Automotive
The company got the car sparkling in the end. Credit: Facebook/Proline Automotive

Another added: "That is absolutely disgusting, have they never cleaned their car!?"

However others, particularly those with kids, seemed more sympathetic about the car's cleanliness, or lack thereof.

One person said: "Wow. If you guys want a real challenge I've got an Imax. Six kids under 7. It's a bit feral!"

Another said: "Go on a road trip with a toddler."

A third wrote: "Whoa!!! My ex wife has finally found a suitable challenger for poor car hygiene!!"

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Proline Automotive

Topics: Car, Community, Weird, Australia

Jake Massey

Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.

 

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