There don't seem to be many places that have a free car vacuum near me.
your best option is going to be taking the time to do it yourself with a rechargeable vacuum. if you're in a hurry and can't take the time, then just spray a bit of lysol on your floor mats and vacuum from there after being sure it's dry. you didn't say when you'll need your car- i'm assuming soon, so wet vacuuming is probably out since if you try doing it now, water will get in your mat and cause mildew smell- which is really unpleasant.
what's going on with your rugs? is that regular carpeting/flooring or vinyl/thin back material?
where can i vacuum my car interior?
there are a variety of ways to vacuum your car, but it can be a frustrating experience because the carpet in some cars isn't made from a material suited for vacuuming. buying a car that has rubber mats or no carpet is one way to have less trouble with vacuuming. for the rest of us, attach the hose head to the exhaust pipe and get over it already.
an easier option would be looking at buying an upholstery cleaner which is specifically designed for getting rid of dirt. they come ready-to-go in spray bottles and you can either use them on your own or buy them preloaded onto disposable wipes if you're feeling lazy.
how much does it cost to vacuum your car?
the best way to go from carpet to carpet is an upright vacuum cleaner. a top of the line vacuum can be pricey, but it will last a long time and there are less expensive options. the cost of vacuuming an average size car tends to range between $10-$20 per trip. if you just need to do trunk cleaning, then that won't cost anything at all.
therefore, for general maintenance purposes – $10-15 every other month or so should be sufficient for even moderate use vehicles. but remember – if you don't want strangers driving around in your vehicle, clean up after yourself! 😉 keep cars clean not only makes them more appealing to buyers when they sell their car, but takes care
does wawa have a vacuum?
that's a terrible question. do you not know how vacuum cleaner's work?
actually, i'm going to answer this question for you because it seems like one of those questions that should be public knowledge. a wawa does not have a vacuum. it is an offshoot of the convenience store model and has gas pumps, car wash stations, other food options, but doesn't sell items which are traditionally found at grocery stores or walgreens or something like that.