BENGALURU: CleanseCar has raised its pre-Series A funding of $2 million to expand portfolio of services in all the metro cities.

Founded in January 2018 by Kalyandhar Vinukonda and Pratibha Shalini, CleanseCar offers daily car wash, on-demand bike service and road side assistance for cars.

The list of investors who funded in this series include Haldiram’s Family Office, Apoorv Ranjan Sharma (Founder, Venture Catalysts), Dhianu Das (Alfa Ventures), Karan Kumar (Founder, Amalthea Capital), Rahul Bothra (CFO Swiggy), and Mitesh Shah (Ex CFO Ola, CFO BookMyShow, Co-founder IP Ventures).

By leveraging significant customer data from car and bike wash, CleanseCar has also introduced on demand bike services and roadside assistance for cars.

The $100 billion auto service industry is untapped with less technology intervention. CleanseCar would like to bridge this gap using its domain and technology experience. Currently CleanseCar is adding a new customer for car wash every 9 minutes. Some features of CleanseCar include real time car wash status, one click renewal, hassel free online payment and easy rescheduling process.

Vinukonda said in a statement, “With changing lifestyles, burgeoning middle-class and dramatic rise in car owners in the country, there is a huge potential for supplementary services, such as car cleaning and repair using disruptive technologies, besides providing auto accessories.”

CleanseCar targets to achieve washing 100,000 cars daily and provide 25,000 on demand bike services every month across all metro cities.


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