Leeds gets a bigger Soapbox
A new car wash and detailing company has opened in the industrial town of Leeds in the United Kingdom. The Super Soapbox Pitstop offers all valeting and detailing services, while the customer is waiting behind a cup of coffee.
They call it ‘a new concept in car cosmetics’ themselves. Located on Domestic Street in Holbeck on the site of a former fuel station, The Super Soapbox Pitstop has just opened. It shares its brand identity with its sister company, The Super Soapbox Challenge. As such, this events company organizes soapbox racing in towns and cities throughout the UK.
The forecourt is dedicated to hand car washing and mini valets while the former workshops have been developed into ‘studios’ with sophisticated lighting systems and other equipment where cars and other vehicles can enjoy half and full day car spas along with a comprehensive range of other specialist services.
Wayne Pettifor, Manager and Principal Valeter, who has worked as a valeter for twenty-eight years, has assembled a team which also includes Tony Proudfoot, a veteran valeter with over thirty-one years of working on high quality marques.
For all valeting and detailing services, The Super Soapbox Pitstop offers a pick-up and drop-off service and a lounge where customers can enjoy a free coffee if they want to wait for their vehicle.
According to the owners, The Super Soapbox Pitstop is a one-stop-shop to keep cars, motorbikes and all other types of vehicles in ‘better than when it left the factory’ condition.
“We’ve invested a lot in the site, our equipment, the consumables and the team to enable us to offer the best service in town”, says Pettifor. “We look forward to welcoming discerning customers who want to get the very best from their vehicles.”