Bridgewater Motorworks understands that communication is key when it comes to customer service. That’s why we offer bilingual services in both English and Spanish. No matter which of those 2 languages you speak, we’ll be able to help you with all your car repair needs.
We know that not everyone in our community speaks English, so we want to ensure that everyone has access to quality car repair services. Whether you’re a new immigrant in our community or you just happen to speak Spanish as your first language, we’ll be happy to help you get your car back on the road.
If you have any questions or need any assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We look forward to helping you get the best service possible!
Bridgewater Motorworks is located at 358 Union Ave. in Bridgewater, NJ 08807
We are at the corner of Adamsville Rd. and Union Ave. (Rt.28) across from QuickCheck. We are one block off Rt. 22 using the Adamsville Rd. exit.
We are about 1.5 miles off Rt.287 using the Union Ave. (Route 28 East) exit.
Have any questions, please do no hesitate to call at (908)218-9100
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Washing your hands and sanitizing surfaces are important in the fight against the corona virus. One area you may have overlooked is your car.
Disinfecting your ride goes far beyond the steering wheel.
Think about how many surfaces in your car get touched on an average trip. The door handles inside and out, control knobs and buttons, the touch screen, even your directional and wiper control stalks are touched almost every time you drive your vehicle.
Because the interior of most cars is made up of a number of different materials, it’s important to use the right products and techniques to disinfect a vehicle properly.
You definitely want to stay away from using bleach or hydrogen peroxide in your car. Those products could easily damage the upholstery.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, alcohol solutions that contain at least 70% alcohol should be effective at killing the coronavirus. This means nearly every interior surface of your car can be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol-based cleaners you already use around the house.
Motorworks recommends focusing on disinfecting these vehicle hot spots: your steering wheel, door handles, your car’s shifter, window and control buttons, wiper and turn-signal stalks, door armrests, grab handles, and seat adjusters.
If your car has a touch screen, don’t use anything that has ammonia as an ingredient to clean it, because that can strip off anti-glare and anti-fingerprint coatings.
If you’re low on cleaning supplies, soap and water are also a safe bet for most surfaces. But no matter what you use, a gentle touch is recommended.
The surfaces inside your car are usually going to be more delicate than something like the countertop in your kitchen, so it’s important to take care when you apply the cleaning products. Wipe down leather gently with a microfiber cloth; rubbing too vigorously could start to remove the color from the dye in the leather.
And when wiping down fabric upholstery, avoid using too much water, because it could end up creating a musty smell or encouraging mold growth in the cushions.
In addition to coronavirus concerns, it is suggested to always doing your best to drive with clean hands to keep the surfaces in your car from collecting dirt over time and looking worn prematurely.