Odds are you did everything to avoid going outside Thursday. The weather was the topic of the day as temperatures plummeted well below zero. Not everyone had the choice to brave the elements
When the first cars went through the ProClean car wash Thursday morning, the temperature outside wasn't just below freezing, it was below zero. You might think this would be the worst place to be working on a day like this but the workers at ProClean welcome the challenge.
"People ask us all the time, aren't you cold or anything, yeah we're cold but we don't mind with it," said Jayce Orr, car wash worker. "We just do our job and have a good time doing it."
On top of prepping and drying cars, the guys at ProClean also clear the area of snow.
"We man up and do it all, just the three of us shovel the whole lot," said Bryan Otto, car wash worker. "It takes us probably like four hours to do."
The manual labor keeps them warm and they are never too far away from a heat source. That's why they actually don't mind the business even on a day like today.
"I think so a lot because they come in, they know that we're cold but they try and give us business anyway so we don't end up having to just go home without doing any cars," said Orr.
The guys say that it helps to dress in layers and to avoid taking a direct hit from one of the many nozzles at the car wash.