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Mister Car Wash, Inc. (MCW) Q2 2021 Earnings Call Transcript

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Mister Car Wash, Inc.(NYSE:MCW)
Q2 2021 Earnings Call
Aug 12, 2021, 4:30 p.m. ET


  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:


Good day, and welcome to the Mister Car Wash Q2 2021 earnings call. [Operator instructions] Please note this event is being recorded. I would now like to turn the conference over to Megan Everett, senior director of communications. Please go ahead.

Megan Everett -- Senior Director of Communications

Good afternoon, everyone, and thank you for joining us today for Mister Car Wash's second-quarter fiscal 2021 earnings call. Speaking today are chairperson and chief executive officer, John Lai; and chief financial officer, Jed Gold. After John and Jed have made their formal remarks, we will open the call for questions. Before we begin, I do need to remind everyone that comments made today may include forward-looking statements which are subject to significant risks and uncertainties that could cause the company's actual results to differ materially from -- materially from management's current expectations.

These statements speak as of today and except as may be required by law, the company does not have any obligation to update or revise such statements if circumstances change. Please review the cautionary statements and risk factors contained in the company's registration statement on Form S-1 filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on July 27, 2021. As such factors may be updated from time to time in its other filings with the SEC, including its quarterly report on Form 10-Q for the quarterly period ended June 30, 2021. During the call today, management will also refer to certain non-GAAP financial measures.

A reconciliation between the GAAP and non-GAAP financial measures can be found in the company's earnings press release, which was filed with the SEC today and posted to the Investor Relations section of Mister Car Wash's website at ir.mistercarwash.com. With that, I'll turn the call over to John. John?

John Lai -- Chief Executive Officer

Good afternoon, everyone, and thanks for joining us on our first earnings call. It's great to talk to all of you again as a new public company. It's been a little over six weeks since we rang the bell, and we're still feeling the glow and positive emotions over the significance of going public. Morale within our organization and the industry to core from coast to coast has never been stronger.

It was an extremely validating feeling and a testament to our amazing team and all the hard work that led up to this historic event. We came into the IPO as a passionate and mission-driven bunch, but coming out of it. There's a new sense of purpose as we set out to do what no one else has done before, which is to build a true national car wash company and scale is to even greater heights. We believe a strong culture drives strong performance, and we're executing at a high level right now and clicking on all cylinders.

It's taken us over 25 years to build our team. And today, we have an incredibly strong weave of talented, hard-working and passionate leaders who love what they do and are having fun building a very special company. Before I dive into the numbers, I'd like to share a quick story. During the IPO, we launched an employee stock purchase plan to give our team members an opportunity to buy stock and own a piece of the pie.

I had no idea what level of participation we were going to get, but I'm thrilled to share that over 30% of our workforce participated. That's almost 2,000 people who voluntarily invested back into the company they work for. Given the size of our organization, when you have that many people that deeply believe in the company, it becomes as powerful for us to get stronger and stronger. Just the other day, I was getting my car wash in one of our crew members who looked like he was just at a high school, came up to me and said, Mr.

Lai, thanks, we setting up the ESPP program. Without the payroll reduction plan, I wouldn't have been able to participate. I hope it is my dream that someday I get into the MIT program. Just blooming away, and it highlighted the fact that at the end of the day, as service providers, it's all about our people.

And when they feel good about the company that they work for, they perform well. For our call today, I'd like to begin by briefly recapping our second-quarter results and then share some background on our growth drivers, our strategy and how we're going to deliver long-term shareholder value. Then Jed Gold, our CFO, will discuss our financial results, including the impact COVID-19 had on our comparisons as well as the divestiture of our quick lube facilities completed in December of 2020. Jed is also going to review our guidance for fiscal 2021.

I'm pleased to share that our Q2 results materially exceeded expectations. For the quarter, we delivered total revenue of $197 million, an increase of plus 93% over Q2 of 2020 and adjusted EBITDA of $73 million, which were all-time records for quarterly sales and adjusted EBITDA. This performance kept off an incredibly strong first half with adjusted EBITDA of $135 million, revenues were up 45%, same-store sales up 50%. And as of today, we added eight new stores through acquisitions and opened up eight new greenfield locations so far in 2021.

As Jed will discuss, as we look ahead, we're well positioned to deliver on our unit level growth outlook for the remainder of the year. For those of you that are newer to our company, let me provide some background on our history. Since our founding 25 years ago, we've grown to become the largest national car wash brand in the U.S. with 350 geographically diversified locations, 1.5 million unique Unlimited Wash Club members, and we wash over 70 million cars annually.

Our 39 consecutive quarters of positive same-store sales growth pre-COVID is an amazing number and was driven by our awesome field management team and their relentless focus on operational excellence. Our biggest competitive advantage is our people who deliver an elevated level of customer service day in and day out. Over 90% of our managers have been promoted from within, and we support all of our team members with competitive wages, excellent benefits, best-in-class training and career path progression. Employee engagement has never been stronger.

Our ENPS score of 55 puts us in the best-in-class category alongside some of the most legendary brands in consumer retail. As we think about our future, our focus will be on continuously adding value to the customer experience while continuing to build and acquire new stores to strengthen our portfolio. Comp store growth will be driven by increasing our Unlimited Wash Club member base, maximizing throughput and investing in our team. UWC has changed the game, representing over 60% of our overall business.

This predictable, recurring, subscription-based business model has transformed every aspect of our company as we become very member-centric. As we increase store density, we expect our membership numbers to grow as the associated network of more stores equals greater optionality for our members, which increases the value proposition as our market share grows. We're calling this the network effect, and it's having a positive symbiotic relationship with our greenfield program. Our unit growth will be driven by greenfield development to infill existing markets, complemented by highly selective strategic acquisition opportunities in new markets and existing markets.

Looking ahead, we see a lot of opportunity for continued growth. The U.S. car wash industry is large, highly fragmented and very resilient. Demand for our services has never been stronger as the U.S.

car park continues to expand and more new users come into the category as motorists continue to shift away from doing it yourself to having someone do it for them. In the end, cars will always get dirty, they're always going to need to be cleaned. And when you have that kind of persistent demand for your service, that's a good thing. From a big picture standpoint, while we're the largest carwash operator in North America, with less than 5% market share, we actually see ourselves as quite small with a huge runway for continued growth in front of us.

With all the fundamental building blocks in place and the best team in the industry, we're in an excellent position to achieve our 2021 outlook as well as our longer-term target to grow our top line in the high single-digit range and grow adjusted EBITDA in the low double-digit range. Now I'd like to turn it over to Jed.

Jed Gold -- Chief Financial Officer

Thank you, John, and good afternoon, everyone. As John said, we are very pleased with our performance for the first half of this year, including our second-quarter results, which exceeded our expectations, marking a record quarter from both our revenue and adjusted EBITDA perspective, driven by the exceptional performance this spring. We believe that our performance to date positions us well to deliver against our outlook for the year. Before I review our guidance for fiscal 2021, let me provide some additional detail about our second quarter and year-to-date results.

My results will focus on our adjusted non-GAAP results. Please refer to today's press release if you would like more details on our financial performance and our methodology in calculating non-GAAP metrics. In the second quarter, our business benefited from the strong macro backdrop and increased mobility trends. Revenue increased 93% to $197 million from $102 million last year, driven by the comparable store sales growth of 93% and unit growth of 7%.

Our comparable store sales growth includes UWC membership growth of 39% since June 30, 2020, as UWC membership grew to over 1.5 million members from approximately 1.1 million members as of the end of Q2 last year, accounting for 62% of total wash sales during the period. In addition, we had a solid retail comparable store sales growth or non-UWC membership sales growth of 90% during the quarter. Important to note, our revenue growth for Q2 fiscal 2021 was impacted by a $5.1 million decrease in oil change revenue as a result of the divestiture of our quick lube facilities in December of 2020. We are also comparing to prior year period when we temporarily suspended our services, including UWC billings at more than 300 of our locations between March of 2020 and May of 2020 in response to the rapid onset of the pandemic.

Compared to 2019, revenue growth was 25% and comparable store sales growth was 22% for Q2. With respect to unit growth, we added five stores through acquisitions and 2 new build locations in Q2 of this year. Greenfield unit expansion is a key driver for our growth strategy and we continue to be very pleased with the performance of our new locations. We now have 13 greenfield locations that have passed their one-year mark with productivity and profitability that is nicely exceeding their planned projections due to ramping memberships and, again, bringing new carwash users into the category as we expand our network of the stores.

We feel great about our store pipeline and our ability to deliver against our long-term new store model parameters as we continue to grow our footprint. Now switching gears to provide perspective on the balance of the P&L. This year's Q2 cost of labor and chemicals, excluding the $31 million impact of noncash stock and compensation expense related to the acceleration of the vesting of store-level team member performance options, was $57 million or 29% of revenue, a 500 basis point improvement versus Q2 last year. This improvement was primarily driven by sales leverage, which we define as spreading the fixed cost of the business over a greater number of sales and the optimization of the wash labor model.

The redesign of the wash labor model was initially implemented in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and is based on location level demand metrics such as wash volumes, wait times and peak hour needs. The improvement versus Q2 of 2019 was approximately 1,000 basis points, largely driven by the same factors. 15 percentage point leverage in our other store operating expenses was related to more normalized levels of revenue in Q2 this year versus a pandemic impacted Q2 2020. Compared to Q2 2019, other store operating expenses improved 100 basis points as a percent of revenue, driven by leverage on the sales increase.

General and administrative expenses in Q2 this year, excluding the $171 million impact of noncash compensation expense due to the acceleration of vesting of performance options were $18 million or 9% of revenue compared with $14 million or 13% of revenue in the same period last year. The 93% revenue increase was the primary driver of this year-over-year expense leverage. The $2.5 million year-over-year decrease in interest expense was due to slightly lower rates and debt levels. Given the timing of our IPO at the end of Q2 and the subsequent debt pay down, we would expect interest expense to be approximately $6 million per quarter in Q3 and Q4.

Our effective tax rate during Q2 2021 was 28.8%, compared with 27% last year. Adjusted net income increased to $41 million from $800,000 last year. Diluted earnings per share was $0.14 in the second quarter of 2021 compared with breakeven in the prior year period. And finally, as a testament to the execution by our best-in-class operations team, strong flow-through on the 93% sales increase drove a 160% increase in adjusted EBITDA to a record $73.1 million for Q2 this year.

This is despite a decrease of $700,000 of adjusted EBITDA due to the divestiture of our quick lube facilities in December of 2020. Moving on to the balance sheet and cash flows. Cash and cash equivalents as of June 30, 2021 was $155 million, compared to $58 million as of June 30, 2020 and $115 million as of December 31, 2020. As you know, we completed our IPO in June of 2021, which generated proceeds of approximately $433 million after offering-related costs.

We use those proceeds to repay our long-term loans, and our total debt as of June 30, 2021, was $615 million, resulting in net leverage ratio of 2.1 times. Also, in conjunction with the IPO, we closed on an amendment to our revolving commitment and upsized capacity from $75 million to $150 million, creating additional liquidity for future growth. Capital expenditures increased approximately $17 million to $44 million in the first half of fiscal 2021. Net of sale leaseback proceeds, capex decreased $1.5 million to $22 million.

Maintenance capex was $9 million in the first half of fiscal 2021, compared with $1.6 million in the first half of fiscal 2020. Let me now turn to our guidance, which you saw outlined in our earnings press release. For the full year fiscal 2021, we expect revenue growth of approximately 30% against 2020 revenues of $575 million based on comparable store sales growth of 29% to 33% and 16 to 18 new greenfield locations. As a reminder, our sales growth expectation also takes into account the $24 million negative impact from the loss of revenue associated with the divestiture of our quick lube facilities as well as the conversion of interior clean to express stores.

With the inherent leverage of our operating model, adjusted EBITDA is expected to increase between 53% to 56% to $247 million to $252 million on the year. Adjusted diluted earnings per share are expected to increase to $0.39 to $0.44, assuming diluted shares outstanding as of December 31, 2021 of approximately 330 million shares. This outlook also assumes full year interest expense of approximately $39 million and an effective tax rate of 35%. Note that the tax rate being used to compute adjusted net income is approximately 26%.

We expect total net capex of approximately $83 million for the year. Gross greenfield capex will total $85 million or $28 million net of planned sale leasebacks and tenant improvement allowances. In addition, we expect $18 million for maintenance, with the remainder being spent on other growth initiatives and integrating acquired stores. I'll take a moment now to discuss our long-term growth targets.

As John outlined, we see significant white space that we intend to capitalize on with our unit growth strategy that blends greenfields and acquisitions. In addition, we see continued productivity opportunities at our existing locations through growth in UWC membership and continued lane and site optimization. We therefore are targeting top line percentage growth in the high single digits based on high single-digit percentage unit growth and comparable store sales growth in the mid-single digits. With continued expense leverage, we believe we can continue to grow adjusted EBITDA in the low double-digit percentages.

We are comfortable with our current leverage that sits within our target range of two to three times, and we intend to remain disciplined with allocating capital, prioritizing investment in the business. In conclusion, we've had a very strong first half of fiscal 2021, and our late June IPO marked a key milestone for our company. The entire Mister team is excited about the many opportunities that lie ahead as we enter this new phase as a public company, and we believe we are well positioned to deliver on our long-term growth targets. And with that, I'll turn it over to the operator to begin the Q&A session.


Questions & Answers:


Thank you. [Operator instructions] Our first question comes from David Bellinger with Wolfe Research. Please go ahead. 

David Bellinger -- Wolfe Research -- Analyst

Hey, guys. Thanks for taking the question and congrats on your first quarter as a public company here. Nice results. So if we could just start on the makeup of sales growth in Q2.

Can you walk us through the monthly trends for the quarter? Any changes across geographies to call out? And as you assess the exit rate or even early part of Q3, is there anything you can correlate with some of the more recent headlines around the Delta variant or some other factors at play? Just what are you seeing as you exit Q2 here?

Jed Gold -- Chief Financial Officer

Yes, David. Thanks for your question. And we aren't going to provide comps by month, but I will highlight that we did see a very strong spring from both a revenue and EBITDA perspective with March through May at record highs. Certainly, we benefited from the increased mobility trends and the pent-up consumer demand.

And then the second part of your question there about just any regional outliers, when you start peeling back the layers to this, this is a business that performs well. It comes well across all regions, across all cohorts, across all income ethics. Usually, when we see a skew at the regional level, it's because there's a higher sales mix from our greenfield and acquired stores that are still ramping and they're moving out of that freshman year into the sophomore year and get picked up in our same-store sales.

David Bellinger -- Wolfe Research -- Analyst

Yes. Thanks for that. It's very helpful. And just my follow-up here.

On the member growth, again, very strong this quarter, up almost 40% year over year. So how should we think about the trajectory of member growth both over the next few quarters with this new digital push and also potentially as these elevated growth rates potentially normalize over time?

John Lai -- Chief Executive Officer

Yes, David. A terrific question. When I look back over the last six months, what we've done to grow our UWC member base is nothing short of a phenomenal. And with respect to not getting too excited, the 300,000 new members through June, plus 24%, quite frankly, I'm not sure that that's a sustainable rate of growth.

If we stop adding new members for the rest of the year and finish the year plus 20%, that would be awesome. Historically, when we see member growth, the bulk of it does come in the first two quarters. But given the consistency of our business that Jed just outlined, we anticipate continued growth with our membership program, probably not at the same rate, but growth nonetheless as we continue to increase the value proposition of that program. So we're very bullish and optimistic about UWC as we continue to increase that member base and, again, provide more optionality for our members.

David Bellinger -- Wolfe Research -- Analyst

Thanks, guys. Appreciate the detail. 


Our next question comes from Elizabeth Suzuki with Bank of America. Please go ahead. 

Elizabeth Suzuki -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch -- Analyst

Great. All right. Thank you. So regarding the full year same-store sales outlook, I mean there appears to be a bit of a deceleration in the two-year comp assumed. I mean is that largely a conservatism about the pace of reopening? Or were there other factors that may have elevated growth in the second half of 2019 that creates a bit of a difficult two-year comparison?

Jed Gold -- Chief Financial Officer

Yes. Thanks, Liz. It's like we said, we're not talking of month to month, though we did see this outperformance early with the start of the quarter at record highs, given the strong macro environment. As you think about the second half, keep in mind that we do have the headwind of the revenue lost $24 million on the year due to the divestiture of the lube business through December of 2021.

Also keep in mind that as you look at the comp on a go-forward basis, it was August of last year that we brought our interior clean services back online, making it just a little bit more difficult of a lab.

Elizabeth Suzuki -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch -- Analyst

Thank you. 


Our next question comes from Simeon Siegel with BMO Capital Markets. Please go ahead. 

Simeon Siegel -- BMO Capital Markets -- Analyst

Thanks. Hey, guys. Congrats on the first public call. Exciting stuff.

So John, to your point regarding the networking effect, can you just remind us what percent of your members use more than one location? And just maybe any change you've seen in the UWC member tendencies as people have been getting out, any change in frequency? And then, Jed, really nice, obviously, UWC, but also the retail growth that you mentioned. Can you dig into that a little bit, maybe speak to the wash volumes versus price or anything else baked into the retail growth? Thanks. 

John Lai -- Chief Executive Officer

Yes, Simeon. Let me take that first part and then I'll hand the second part over to Jed. So when we look at the network effect and the impact of having more stores in market, more optionality, on average today a little over 30% of our members use more than one location to get their car clean in markets where we have increased density, increased penetration in stores and a higher market share as a result. So markets like Des Moines, Iowa, El Paso, Texas, Bakersfield, California, we actually see a 10 percentage point improvement in the number of stores.

So it's a little north of 40% cross utilization, which we think is a terrific number. So it's really supporting our thesis to increase penetration and provide wherever you are in the city, whichever city you're in, there's a convenient Mister Car Wash location for you to get your car clean. As we add stores, that value proposition just continues to strengthen and lifting all boats along with that. So it's a pretty cool phenomenon.

Jed Gold -- Chief Financial Officer

And then the second part of your question there assuming about the retail sales and just peeling back that a little bit, as you -- those retail sales are an important part to the business because it brings in customers who aren't subscription members yet and allows us an opportunity to trade them into the Unlimited Wash Club. We were up, our retail sales were up 90% versus last year. If we look at it on a two-year stack, they were up plus 2%. But the retail sales growth of 90% compared to the Unlimited Wash Club membership growth -- sales growth of 95%, we're very happy with the growth that retail sales, in particular, exceeded our expectations.

Simeon Siegel -- BMO Capital Markets -- Analyst

Thanks a lot, guys. Best of luck for the year ahead. And congrats again.


Our next question comes from Michael Lasser with UBS. Please go ahead. 

Michael Lasser -- UBS -- Analyst

You had set your guidance a couple of months ago when you last spoke. The assumption was that people will be going back to work through the end of the year, probably more likely after Labor Day and mobility would increase. Now it looks like most people are not going to go back to the office until next year. How do you factor that into your outlook for the second half?

Jed Gold -- Chief Financial Officer

Yes. So when you look at the first half compared to the second half, right, we can't have said enough that the great Q2 and the record quarter. It was -- the quarter was 18% higher from an adjusted EBITDA perspective than any other quarter in the history of Mister Car Wash. And that the guidance that we provided, the revised guidance we provided in early June where we took adjusted EBITDA to $246 million, it factored in some of the investments that we're going to be making, in particular to help offset wage compression, public company costs to help.

So what we expect is baked into this annual outlook that we provided here.

John Lai -- Chief Executive Officer

Yes. Jed, I would just add, too. When we look at Q2 and as thrilled as we are about Q2, it was a little bit of an anomaly. I mean there was so much pent-up demand.

And with respect to the kind of unprecedented spike in car traffic, as Jed certainly had had positive impact for sure. But it created this perfect storm for being able to sign up even more members given our really strong value prop. As I look at the back half of this year, we're still going to be growing our business, but to say that we're going to grow it at that same rate is a pretty tall order. So we expect to grow at this predictable steady pace, and we plan on doing it.

Michael Lasser -- UBS -- Analyst

Got it. A quick follow-up question on the new wash model that you've implemented about a year ago. Can you drive a similar amount of leverage on the cost of labor line? We're forward assuming that sales are going to be similar. And what has been the customer response to the new model?

John Lai -- Chief Executive Officer

I'm sorry. Was the question regarding our interior clean services?

Michael Lasser -- UBS -- Analyst

Yes. Jed cited the new wash model is being critical factor in driving a lot of the cost of labor leverage in the second quarter and presumably it's less labor-intensive. And so I was wondering if that can drive a more amount of leverage moving forward on a same amount of sales.

Jed Gold -- Chief Financial Officer

Got it. Got it. So Michael, on the -- as far as the sales leverage and the optimization of the labor model, that was an initiative that we started implementing during the pandemic. It's been phased in over a couple of months.

We expect to continue to receive benefit from that from a labor hours worked perspective through Q1 of 2021. We do have built into Q2 -- Q3 and Q4 of investments around store level labor to help offset some of the wage compression that we're experiencing and help recognize our A players at the front line.

John Lai -- Chief Executive Officer

Jed, I would add, too. Our productivity is at an all-time high on a per employee basis. We're a lot more efficient. I think coming out of COVID, there are some lessons learned.

And so the headlines are cars per labor hour is up over 70%. That's phenomenal. Labor dollar per car is down 30%. And so when you have both of those trends going in the right direction, it clearly says that we, as a management team, have been able to manage through any labor increases through increased productivity, plus that's the name of the game.

Michael Lasser -- UBS -- Analyst

Thanks very much. 


[Operator instructions] Our next question comes from Peter Keith with Piper Sandler. Please go ahead. 

Robert Friedner -- Piper Sandler -- Analyst

Good afternoon, guys. It's Robert Friedner on for Peter. First, I wanted to ask about some of your Western U.S. markets and issues with water shortages going on right now. When there's water restrictions, is that a good or bad dynamic for your business? And John, during your tenure with the company, has there ever been restrictions put in place where you couldn't operate in a certain market?

John Lai -- Chief Executive Officer

Yes. First of all, let me say that we take water conservation very seriously at Mister Car Wash. We've been out in front of this for years. And when you look at the average number of freshwater gallons that we use per car, we've made year-over-year improvements, and we recycled and repurposed roughly 15 gallons per car today.

And so we see ourselves as really responsible stewards of the environment. For us, it's a really key part of what we stand for. With respect to the Western states, we have not seen any stoppages of businesses. Most municipalities know that in a drought situation, washing car to commercial car wash is actually better for the environment than it is washing your driveway and if there is -- if there were to be any temporary restrictions to be put on the home washer.

The second part of your question, in my tenure, which is been up in 20 years, there's been one situation in Austin, Texas that had to do with a pump at Lake Travis and it had nothing to do with the drought. And with that pump going out, we were asked to reduce our fresh water consumption, which we were able to do and continue to wash cars consistently. So it didn't have an impact on our business at all.

Robert Friedner -- Piper Sandler -- Analyst

I think that's great detail. One other just on the margin flow-through on sales upside. You've discussed it before. I think based on models, based on numbers you gave us a couple of months ago, it looks like sales comp came in $4 million upside, EBITDA was around $3 million, 70%, 75% EBITDA flow-through.

Relative to your guidance for the full year, should we continue to expect a similar kind of margin flow-through on in the event of sales upside?

Jed Gold -- Chief Financial Officer

Yes, Peter. So just given the low variable cost nature of our business, these incremental flow sales. They do flow through at a healthy level. Always hesitant just a little bit to talk sales flow-through because they do flow through a little bit different than a traditional retail model due to the subscription element to the business.

But going forward, it will likely be slightly less than the 70% as we invest in public company costs at the store level labor and then also some of the development resources and supporting team to help build out the development team. Our wash labor model is a process that's been rolled out and continue to be refined. And like I said, we'll continue to see benefit from that through Q1 of 2022. Although it will be to a lesser extent in the quarters to come.


Our next question comes from Simeon Gutman with Morgan Stanley. Please go ahead. 

Michael Kessler -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

Hey, guys. This is Michael Kessler on for Simeon. Thanks for taking our questions. First, I wanted to ask a quick follow-up actually on the margin piece.

When we look at the first half EBITDA margins in the, call it, mid- to high 30s, the implied in the back half is more in the kind of low-ish 30 range. I was wondering if you could maybe dissect the components of the lower margin going forward between a little bit of a detail on the top line, reinvestment and staffing up at the store location level and reinvestment back in the organization. If you can maybe kind of size up if you can or kind of give us an overview of where those pieces are coming from? And then also, how should we be thinking about that margin beyond 2021 in perhaps a more normalized backdrop?

Jed Gold -- Chief Financial Officer

So Michael, that was a great summary of everything that we've done. That this has helped drive the margins there. So I think one other thing that I would highlight is we did have during Q2, some of the store-level labor investments that we were going to make. And some of those were delayed just a little bit into Q3 and Q4.

So that helped from a margin perspective on Q2, just a little bit.

John Lai -- Chief Executive Officer

Yes. Jed, if I can also chime in here. So I think it's important to note and this isn't a surprise to all of you on the line. We are in growth mode as a company.

And as a growth company, we're investing in a big-time way in our people. And so specifically building out our G&A, building out our development team so that we cannot just double down, but triple down on our capability and our capacity to put up more stores, quite frankly. So we're investing in our team. Again, if our vision some day is to get to 1,000 stores, it takes an army.

And we've got an incredibly talented team, and we're going to be continuing to add to it.

Michael Kessler -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

Great. Thank you. And a quick follow-up. Maybe this is more of a bigger picture question. I guess, first, can you talk a little bit about how the new greenfields that you're opening, how they're continuing to ramp? And then kind of relatedly, thinking about the whole industry longer term, I know you guys have said before, you see that there's a lot of capacity available for continued growth and for you guys to grow into an industry that's also growing.

I was wondering if you could just maybe expand on that and give us a sense of how you think about capacity and your ability to grow into it and also for the whole industry to support capacity in longer term as you guys add more and more greenfield locations. Thank you. 

John Lai -- Chief Executive Officer

Yes. Listen, there's a ton of white space. There's a lot of pockets in the U.S. and within the markets that we're actually in that are underserved right now.

And again, this is emboldening us to, as I mentioned before, double down on this initiative and continue to expand our footprint. So in the markets that we're in, we're continuing to grow as we also ambitiously look to move into new attractive markets. But when I zoom out and look at just this massive 275 million cars in the U.S. and how many conveyorized car washes there are to serve them, I can easily see in my crystal ball, the industry, the number of conveyors in the U.S.

doubling in size. And right now, there's a race quite to control and have a lion's share of each market. And we're not the only ones that are on our bikes peddling very quickly.

Jed Gold -- Chief Financial Officer

And then, Michael, the first part of your question around new build performance, just a little bit more color there, as I said in the prepared remarks. And when you look at the 13 that have crossed the one-year mark, they're outperforming the pro formas that were approved prior to us building those locations. And if we extrapolate that performance out, they're actually exceeding the balance of the express exterior portfolio, driving that approximate three-year payback for those particular locations that have a sale leaseback. We're very optimistic about the performance of our greenfields and plan to continue to make investments to drive growth here.

Michael Kessler -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

Thank you. 


This concludes our questions-and-answer session. I would like to turn the conference back over to John Lai for any closing remarks.

John Lai -- Chief Executive Officer

Yes. Well, thank you all for joining us on today's call, and we deeply appreciate your interest in Mister Car Wash. We look forward to updating you on our next -- on our progress for the next call. So thank you very much.


[Operator signoff]

Duration: 47 minutes

Call participants:

Megan Everett -- Senior Director of Communications

John Lai -- Chief Executive Officer

Jed Gold -- Chief Financial Officer

David Bellinger -- Wolfe Research -- Analyst

Elizabeth Suzuki -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch -- Analyst

Simeon Siegel -- BMO Capital Markets -- Analyst

Michael Lasser -- UBS -- Analyst

Robert Friedner -- Piper Sandler -- Analyst

Michael Kessler -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

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Mister Car Wash Prices: Cleaning your car is not an enjoyable task for many people particularly in summer.Why should you devote the majority of your time doing the work yourself when you can find proven and tested companies such as Mister Car Wash to do the task?Here are the facts you should be aware of about their services.

At a Glance:

  • Mister Car Wash has become one of the most well-known and profitable car wash companies across more than 20 states.At present, it is serving customers who visit its more than 300 car washes as well as 33 express oil changes.
  • The company provides services for cleaning, de-spray, complete services, maintenance preventative, and oil changes.
  • The user can buy an annual subscription for $20 plus per month or pass to make use of more flexibility.

Mister Car Wash Prices 2021

What Is Mister Car Wash?

Mister Car Wash is an auto cleaning service that was founded within Houston Texas.They have been washing cars for many years since it was established at the beginning of 1969.It boasts more than 300 car washes as well as 33 oil express facilities scattered across 21 states.At the moment the headquarters of the business is in Tucson, Arizona.It provides an auto and manual car wash, in addition to a self-service car wash as well as an auto wash that is touchless.Additionally, there is also “do your own car wash” for those who own the luxury of a portable car wash.

Mister Car Wash Customer Services:

Mister Car Wash Customer Services:

Mister Car Wash aims to aid customers to maintain the cleanliness of their cars in a fast and easy manner.Here are a few of the services provided by the business.

Exterior Car Wash Service

If you’re in a rush and need to get your car cleaned, you can still have your car washed using the car wash that is only for exterior use option.The reason this is more convenient is the fact that it doesn’t need to perform any work and sit for long periods of time.

A variety of options are available by Mister Car Wash.It’s all about your preferences, timing, and convenience, as well as your budget.Finding a “cheap auto wash close to me” is simple using Mister Car Wash services.It’s not necessary to schedule an appointment to have your car washed.

Express Platinum

Express Platinum

Express Platinum is the best car wash option for those who want to take advantage of the finest service provided by Mister Carwash. Through this program, you will receive professional-grade cleaning for your car.The package is comprised of a T3 conditioner, tire shines Carnauba Wax Platinum Seal, the repel shield as well as wheel polish.There are however different variations to the package.

  • Express #1 – Same service that is offered by Express Platinum, but doesn’t include the platinum seal or wheel polish.
  • Express # 2 – When you choose this option, you’ll receive tire shine, conditioner T3 repel shield, and an underneath body wash.
  • Express Wash This package is designed for those who are minimalist and just requires a T3 conditioner as well as a wheel cleaner.

Full Serve Car Wash Service

It is the full-service car Wash Platinum package that usually includes tire shine, T3 conditioner Dash condition, HotShine Carnauba wax platinum seal, repels protection, under-body washing along wheel polish.This is the ideal car wash option if are looking to purchase every product from the company.These are the commercialized versions of Mister Car Wash. Mister Car Wash full-service price platinum.

  • Full Serve #1 is the best alternative to the full-serve model, with only Dash Conditioner Platinum seal along with wheel polish.
  • Full Serve #2 – This bundle contains Repel Shield, Underbody Wash, and Tire Shine as well as T3 conditioner.
  • Full Serve Wash: Full Serve wash is the basic model that includes only two components: T3 conditioner, and wheel cleaner.

Express Detail Service

This package includes extra services like cream conditioners for car components such as doors, seats as well as consoles, and various other surfaces.This is the list of the services that are included with the offer.

  • Final Note – Complete Full Serve #1 kit including Carnauba Wax as well as repel shields tire shine, leather, or vinyl conditioning.
  • Final Touch Clean and Condition – This product is recommended only if you’re planning to apply an oil conditioner.
  • red Carpet Clean and Condition Red carpet cleaning is available only in select areas.

Detail Service

To keep the appearance of a vehicle, regular maintenance is also required.Certain of these tasks to keep the car shining require waxing.The prices for detailing at Mister Car Wash are included within the post.

  • Hand-Applied Wax – The protection of paint and shine is done with a hand-applied.This service is available at no cost if you choose Full Serve #1.
  • Premium Wax: Paint Sealant put on by the equipment for greater protection.Included with the Full Serve #1 wash package.
  • Interior Detailing – The compression of Air is used to effectively clean dirt and dust from the interior of your car.Mister Car Wash interior detail costs are also reasonable for those who aren’t car-savvy.
  • Executive Detail – In this package, expect professional car cleaning services for both interior and exterior parts.

Other Services By Mister Car Wash: Oil Change & Preventative Maintenance

Other Services By Mister Car Wash: Oil Change & Preventative Maintenance

Mister Car Wash also provides car maintenance services in thirty minutes and less and no appointment is needed.

Oil Change Express

When you’re receiving the car wash service, you may consider Mister Oil Change Express. Mister Oil Change Express package.This package includes up to five barrels of oil, brand new filters, inspections as well as lubrication. You can also get an auto wash voucher.

  • Mobil Superhigh Mileage The oil is designed to prolong the life of engines in automobiles.
  • Mobil Super is a motor oil that enhances the performance of the vehicle.
  • Mobil 1. – Enhances and protects your engine.
  • Mobil Special Enhances the engine’s lifespan to allow for more frequent use.
  • Mobile Synthetic Full synthesized protection to engines.

Preventative Maintenance

This is a no-cost service that ensures that you’re prepared for the road and less susceptible to car troubles that are common.

  • Fuel System – Remove the engine’s dirt cleaned, similar to carbon deposits, dirt and other particles removed by experts in car maintenance.
  • Radiator Service – This package includes the removal and protection from scale and rust deposits and lubricating the pump, as well as protection from freezing and overheating.
  • Gear Box Services – One of the major advantages of this package is the ability to eliminate metal shavings that could get into the gearbox.
  • Transmission Services – Cool down and cleanse your internal components applying automatic transmission fluid to lubricate.

Mister Car Wash Prices: How Much Does Mister Car Wash Cost?

Mister Car Wash Prices: How Much Does Mister Car Wash Cost?

Prices for car washes for both Mister Car Wash signature products are the same in all states.If you’re an active member or a member of the Unlimited Wash Club, you are charged the same monthly cost regardless of how frequently you use the service.The cheapest plan (Express) gives you unlimited car washing for $19.99 monthly, while the most expensive option will be Full Serve Platinum, which costs $59.99 monthly.

The cost of an oil replacement as well as maintenance may differ based on the services offered.It is contingent on the number of products you’ll make use of.Visit the closest Mister Car Wash branch near you to inquire.

Mister Car Wash Unlimited Wash Price:

The unlimited car washing bundles are charged monthly.Each package comes with various services priced in a different way.There is no need to fret about the number of washes you’ll need to do each month as these plans are unlimited and come with less limitations.The most affordable package can be Express for $19.99 per month and Express Platinum being the second place at $29.99.Full Serve is $49.99 for a more thorough cleaning.Also, Full Serve Platinum, the top package for an exterior and interior car washes price is $59.99.

Mister Car Wash Prices For Per Service:

These are complete five packs that comprise Mister Car Wash.

  • Exterior – Starting at $6 for express, however, it can go up to $18 for Platinum.
  • Full-Service – It price includes Mister Car Wash’s inside detail cost.The cost starts at $20 and can go as high as $38 for the platinum.
  • details and applied wax is available at $39.99 The most expensive choice would be Executive Detail, which starts at $175.99.
  • Express Detail-You can buy the option to add a final touch for $39.99 The cheapest option of the options in this package.
  • Unlimited Wash Club – Basic wash begins at $19.99 Platinum full service begins at $49.99.

Mister Car Wash Price List For All Services:

Review the pricing of various packages, including Unlimited Bass car wash packages.The prices are for Mister Car Wash might vary from one area to another.These are estimates only.



Mister Car Wash Prices For All Services

Unlimited Wash Club

Per Month

Base Express$19.99
Platinum Express$29.99
Base Full Serve$39.99
Platinum Full Serve$49.99
Express Platinum$18
Express #1$14
Express #2$10
Express Wash$6
Full Serve
Full Serve Platinum$32
Full Serve #1$27
Full Serve #2$19
Full Serve Wash$12
Express Detail
Final Touch$39.99
Final Touch Clean & Condition$59.99
Red Carpet$59.99
Red Carpet Clean & Condition$79.99
Hand Applied Wax$39.99
Premium Wax$59.99
Interior Detail$149.99
Executive Detail$174.99

Mister Oil Change Express Price Approximate

Oil Change
Mobil Super High Mileage$21.38
Mobil Super$23.22
Mobil 1$25.47
Mobil Special$12
Mobil Super Synthetic$33

Preventative Maintenance

Fuel SystemPricing Depends On Location And Maintenance Needed
Radiator Service
Gear Box Services
Transmission Services

Mister Car Wash Coupons

Coupons are offered by the company time they do so in their promotional campaigns.As of the date of this article, we have a list of coupons we’ve seen.

Mister Car Wash Oil Change Coupon

At the moment the company has announced an additional $5 off for Full-Service oil changes.The voucher is available here, and it expires in December.

Mister Car Wash Oil Change Coupon

Mister Car Wash Specials

If you use the car wash as well as the oil changing service at the moment, you can receive a total of 35 percent off the price of each service.

Mister Car Wash $10 Coupon

The car wash was able to offer an oil change when the $5 offer is in effect, so you’ll automatically receive discounted prices of $10 off the next time you go to the car wash.

Mister Car Wash $3 Off Coupon

Mister Car Wash used to offer a discounted price of $3 price on Mister Car Wash oil change costs and the option of a free car wash.After a bit of research, it appears that the sale is over.

How Many Tips Do I Need To Pay For Mister Car Wash?

If you are a fan of the service, you are able to give a tip that is well-deserved.According to feedback from customers, average tips range from $5- $10.

Programs / Types: Wash Package Purchase Options

You can choose to purchase an option that includes a variety of kinds of payment options.Choose the one that is the most comfortable for you If you’re using a plan for the long term or one-time use.

Mister Car Wash Unlimited Wash Club Members

Mister Car Wash Unlimited Wash Club Members

Join a monthly subscription that includes Express, Express, Platinum Full Serve, Full Serve Platinum.Members enjoy the benefits of not waiting in lines and accessing facilities at every Full Serve or Express location.

Prepaid Cards

They are able to be utilized for car wash or any other service provided that it has funds.While this won’t help you if you often have to utilize Mister Car Wash services, the flexibility aspect is something to think about.

Benefits of Prepaid Cards:

  • Instant savings of up to 20 percent off
  • Gifts and even more savings
  • One-time upgrade
  • It can be used for any branch with any vehicle

Business Accounts

It was created for use in business, Business Account was designed for business use. Business Account will let executives make use of a car wash with the vehicle of the business.The idea behind this option is to be traceable and easily included in the books of business for cost accounting.

  • Wash Passes Wash Passes Passes that are not expiring and are able to be used by employees.There is no requirement to sign up for subscription plans and you can purchase additional passes at any time you want.
  • House Accounts – This allows you to pay all charges of multiple services with a single monthly installment.You can decide on an amount of your monthly budget.

Mister Car Wash Signature Products

With a lot of effort and thorough research, The company has managed to find the most effective formula for a car wash to date.You can be sure that the products are and are safe for your vehicle as well as the environment.

HotShine Carnauba Wax

HotShine Carnauba Wax

This product will ensure that your car’s exterior will stay shining and secure.Mister Car Wash created the Carnauba Wax with a technology that gives a brighter shine and bright shine to your vehicle when it is it is applied.

Platinum Seal

After applying the Carnauba Wax, protect your vehicle with Platinum Seal.It will also give you an even and shiny surface, and also enhance the protection provided by Carnauba Wax. HotShine Carnauba Wax.

Repel Shield

Repel Shield makes the car surface water repellant, which automatically helps in getting rid of the soil, grime, and bugs.It also makes simple cleaning have more effect, as well as increase the vitality of the surface.

T3 Conditioner

Before the above protections can be applied, your car needs to be applied with a T3 conditioner.With the application of the T3 conditioner, your car will have a rejuvenated and cleaner surface.It will also remove dirt and other things that you don’t want in your car.

Wheel Polish

When all the things in your car are shiny after a full-service cleaning and waxing, it’s easy to forget about your wheels.Mister Car Wash uses what is called Wheel Polish product to make make your wheel shiny and sparkling.

Mister Clean Car Wash Kit & Prices

There are different Mister Car Wash costs for different washes.If the nearest Mister Car Wash branch is still miles away, you can instead use the Mister Clean Car Wash Kit.These kits ensure that your vehicle still receives a professional-level cleaning even at home.


Final Thoughts

Whether you’re a driver that needs frequent automobile cleaning, or someone who rarely uses the car, Mister Car Wash is here to get the tough job done.Choose your plan and take advantage of the present offers to save on your car wash and Mister Car Wash oil change price.

Mister Car Wash Hours & Location

The operating hours and the location vary depending on the specific branch and the area of the branch.Some shops are open from 7 AM until 6 PM, while some extend until 8 PM.There are some stores that only operate on weekdays, or exclude Sunday altogether.Here are a few of the most popular stores and the services they offer and the contact numbers.

Mister Car Wash Hours & Location

Tucson, AZ (Speedway)7:30 am-6:00 pm Mon-Sat 9:00 am-5:00 pm Sun520-327-5656
Tucson, AZ (N. Oracle)7:30 am-6:00 pm Mon-Sat 9:00 am-5:00 pm Sun520-888-6858
Tucson, AZ (Tanque Verde)7:30 am-6:00 pm Mon-Sat 9:00 am-5:00 pm Sun520-886-9573
Tucson, AZ (Miracle Mile)7:30 am-6:00 pm Mon-Sat 9:00 am-5:00 pm Sun520-622-2624
Boise (Broadway)7:30 am-6:00 pm Mon-Sat 9:00 am-5:00 pm Sun208-344-1790
Spokane (Division)7:30 am-6:00 pm Mon-Sat 7:30 am-5:00 pm Sun509-325-1060
El Paso (Cielo Vista)7:30 am-7:00 pm Mon-Sat 8:00 am-5:00 pm Sun915-778-5104
Madison (E. Madison)7:30 am-6:00 pm Mon-Sat608-257-2929
Albuquerque (Central)7:30 am-6:00 pm Mon-Sat 8:30 am-5:00 pm Sun505-265-1507
Albuquerque NM (Coors)7:30 am-6:00 pm Mon-Sat 8:30 am-5:00 pm Sun505-831-0595
Grand Rapids (Fuller)7:00 am-8:00 pm Mon-Sat 8:00 am-6:00 pm Sun616-776-0365
Austin TX (Burnet)7:30 am-6:00 pm Mon-Sat 9:00 am-5:00 pm Sun254-432-6331

Mister Car Wash Corporate Office

The headquarters are within Tucson, Arizona, along with the 13 other car washes that are in the area.You can reach the corporate headquarters customer service team at 866-254-329.For Payroll and HR queries, dial 844-529-7392.

How To Cancel Mister Car Wash Membership?

The process of cancelling your membership is simple and fast.All you need to do is go to each Mister Car Wash location and request account cancellation.Alternatively, you can reach them via phone at 866-254-3229 or via email at [email protected]

Mister Car Wash Reviews

Mister Car Wash Reviews

In general, Mister Car Wash has received mostly favorable reviews on review sites such as Yelp.One of the main reasons for this praise is the excellent customer service and speedy service.

One of the Austin locations, Mister Car Wash has been rated with three stars by the majority of 141 customers who have reviewed the service.One reviewer called Errol M. was impressed with the way the service is quick and efficient, and that there are no additional costs.

Many reviewers appreciate the convenience to get a car wash at any time you need to.The reviewer Jazz G. from Albuquerque believes that having a quick wash at any time is cheap at just $22 per month.This is for unlimited wash options.Overall the branch was checked 106 times.

With over 70 positive reviews and over 70 reviews, another Mister Car Wash branch in Austin is serving a lot of motorists each day.Caroline C. gave a five-star review because of her positive experience with the staff and the great service provided in her vehicle.

In Mister Car Wash, 65 percent of the employees for the company would recommend it to their colleagues.At present, its social media profiles are beginning to expand.There are more than 58,000 likes on Facebook and has more than 3000 followers on Twitter.

FAQs: (Frequently Asked Questions)


How much is Mister Car Wash worth?

It is currently trading at $6 billion in valuation. This means it trades at more than 10 times sales, 80x earnings, and 100x the free cash flow.Mister Car Wash is a good buy at a price that’s significantly lower than the current market.

How much does a car wash cost?

What is the average cost of a car wash?A basic vehicle wash costs around $10.Add to that the costs of additional services like an undercarriage clean, wheel cleaning, clear coat, and wax at a rate of around $2-$5 each, and you can easily spend between $20 and $25 per wash.

Is Mister Car Wash bad for your car?

Can an automatic car wash harm my car?It all depends on what type of automatic car washing you use. However, the short answer is Do not let your car go through an automatic car wash.

Do you tip Mister Car Wash?

There are many car wash services.tip between $2 and $5 for an assembly-line, standard car wash. tip the person in charge.For a detailed car wash, tip between 10 and 20 percent of the total cost.

How often should I wash my car?

How often do you need to wash your car?It’s best to wash your car every two weeks.Obsessives may wash their car every other week or more often.To prevent paint and metal damage, it is important to immediately treat irregular dirt like road salt or bug guts.

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June 17 (Reuters) - Mister Car Wash Inc is looking to raise as much as $638 million through a U.S. initial public offering, targeting a valuation of more than $5 billion, a regulatory filing on Thursday showed.

The Tucson, Arizona-based company is offering 37.5 million shares priced between $15 and $17 per share. It has applied to list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "MCW".

Founded in 1996, Mister Car Wash operates 344 car washes across 21 states and reported net revenue of $595 million for the twelve months ended March 31, the filing showed.

The company, controlled by private equity firm Leonard Green & Partners LP, said its monthly subscription program grew by about 247,000 members in 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

BofA Securities, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Jefferies are the lead underwriters for the offering.

Reporting by Sohini Podder in Bengaluru; Editing by Aditya Soni

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Mister Car Wash on track to double market share from about 5% as loyalty program gives it a competitive edge, analysts say

“We view MCW as a star in a SaaS (Service as a Service) economy, whereby a confluence of the aforementioned factors, combined with Mister’s focus on sustainability, creates a flywheel that likens to other consumer growth platforms we view favorably.”

At BMO, analyst Simeon Siegel agreed, assigning the stock an outperform rating and $25 price target, on expectations the biggest U.S. car wash operator will grow its market share beyond the current more than 5%, by integrating companies it has acquired, through greenfield developments, and growing membership of its loyalty program, Unlimited Wash Club, or UWC.

UWC had 1.4 million members when the company filed its IPO documents. That has ensured that more than 60% of the company’s revenue are recurring, as Chief Executive John Lai told MarketWatch the day the stock started trading.

See: Mister Car Wash ‘inspiring people to shine’ as shares soar 37% in trading debut

“UWC member growth has been critical, growing at ~39% compound annual growth rate (FY16-20) with penetration increasing from ~36% to ~62% over the same period,” Siegel wrote in a note to clients.

The Arizona-based company’s stock was up 5.4% Tuesday and is up about 41% over its IPO price of $15. The company raised $468.8 million in its IPO at a valuation of $4.44 billion.

See also: IPO market faces busiest week of the year — if all 19 deals on calendar are pushed through

Mister Car Wash has 344 locations across 21 states, according to its IPO prospectus, and has washed 59.6 million cars in the year through March 31. It posted net income of $24.6 million in the quarter through March 31, up from $8.86 million in the year-earlier period. Revenue rose to $175.5 million from $155.3 million. In 2020, it generated net income of $60.4 million and revenue of about $575 million. The company only offers car washes, after selling off previously owned lube shops.

Management is targeting high single-digit unit growth driven by an average of about 10 M&A deals a year and about 20 greenfield openings, said Siegel. “With minimal variable costs, revenue growth should drive operating leverage, which along with labor efficiencies, and process-flow optimization should drive margin expansion, with management expecting +low double-digit long term EBITDA growth,” he wrote.

UBS analysts led by Michael Lasser took a less bullish view, however, initiating coverage with a neutral rating and 12-month price target of $22.

“We believe MCW is a good story,” they wrote in a note to clients. “It’s a well-run company that operates in a fragmented market and has very favorable unit economics in our view. Our call on the stock is only held back by the premium valuation.”

Mister Car Wash stock is trading at 27 times UBS’ 2020 EV/EBITDA estimate, placing it above high-growth retailers, “and largely in line with subscription service companies like Netflix NFLX, . Thus we would look for a more attractive point of entry,” they wrote.

The average rating on the stock of analysts on FactSet is overweight., while the average price target was $24.14.

Piper Sandler started coverage with a hold rating and $21 price target and Wolfe Research launched its coverage with a buy rating and $25 price target.

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At the time of ONCAP's investment, Mister Car Wash was a leading car wash operator with 65 car washes and 24 lube centers in Texas, Minnesota, Florida, Washington, Iowa, Idaho and Alabama. In addition to car washes and lube services, many of the company’s full-service units offered gasoline sales, windshield repair services and a selection of automotive-related merchandise.

Active Ownership

ONCAP worked closely with management on the following initiatives:

  • Capitalized on the highly fragmented car wash market by acquiring additional car washes and lube centers in both new and existing markets; and
  • Identified new regional target markets to expand the franchise and improve operating efficiencies.

Investment Results

ONCAP helped to transform Mister Car Wash from a small regional operator with geographic concentration in Houston into a market leader with over 180 locations operating in 14 states and generating more than C$40 million of EBITDA. The business was sold in August 2014. ONCAP achieved a 7.6 times gross multiple of capital invested and a 34.6% gross IRR over the seven-year investment period.

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Cancel Mister Car Wash subscriptions in just a few easy steps

Mister Car Wash is the largest car wash chain in the US. The company has over 300 facilities and over 30 Oil Change Express locations across 21 states. 

How to cancel Mister Car Wash on your own

If you want to cancel your Mister Unlimited Wash Club membership manually, note that you have to do it by yourself. The company doesn’t accept third-party cancelations. 

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Cancel Mister Car Wash in person

  1. Go to any Mister Car Wash location. You can find the one nearest to you here. 
  2. Ask the front desk staff to cancel your membership.
  3. Follow their instructions.

Cancel Mister Car Wash online

  1. Open the Mr. Car Wash contact form. 
  2. Fill in the form with your personal information.
  3. In the “Visit Information” section, set the “You are contacting us regarding” drop-down menu to “Cancellation”.
  4. In the comment section, explain your reasons for canceling your account, and ask the company to provide you with an email confirmation.
  5. Submit the form.

Cancel Mister Car Wash via email

  1. Compose an email asking for your membership to be canceled.
  2. Include your personal information in the email.
  3. Ask the company to send you a confirmation email when they close your account.
  4. Send the email to [email protected] 

Cancel Mister Car Wash over the phone

  1. Contact the customer support team on 866-254-3229.
  2. Ask the agent to cancel your membership.
  3. Tell the agent to send you a confirmation email once your account is canceled. 

Cancel Mister Car Wash with DoNotPay

If you don’t feel like driving all the way to the nearest Mister Car Wash or if you hate composing written requests, you can rely on DoNotPay to cancel your membership. With our app, you can send a cancelation request from your smartphone in less than two minutes. Here is what you need to do:

  1. Open the DoNotPay app in your web browser.
  2. Click on “Find Hidden Money”.
  3. Type in “Mister Car Wash” as the service you want to cancel.

You will receive a confirmation email as soon as we cancel your subscription.

Can I pause my Mister Car Wash subscription instead of canceling it?

No, you can’t. You can either keep paying for your monthly subscription or close your membership account. 

Will I get a refund from Mister Car Wash once I cancel my subscription?

No, you won’t. Once you start a new billing cycle, you will remain a member until it ends, and the company won’t give you a refund. To avoid unnecessary costs, cancel your Mister Car Wash account at least seven days before the end of your current billing cycle.

DoNotPay can track all of your subscriptions 

If you feel like money keeps disappearing from your bank account all the time, perhaps your monthly subscriptions are to blame. What many don’t know is that on average, Americans spend over $200 every month on paid memberships and subscription services. If you think you’re spending that much money on your subscriptions, consider monitoring them with the DoNotPay app. We can help you keep track of all your subscriptions and cancel those you don’t use. 

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If you feel Mister Car Wash has treated you unfairly or if your cancelation request didn’t bring you the resolution you were hoping for, the best way to fight back may be to sue the company in small claims court. As DoNotPay has been awarded by the American Bar Association and has a stellar reputation in suing people and companies in small claims court, we can help you with that. There’s no need to spend your time and money on lawyers when you can sue Mister Car Wash directly from your smartphone with DoNotPay. 

What are some alternatives to Mister Car Wash?

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