Why Slick?

Like all of us, Slick finds itself in the middle of a pandemic unrivaled in recent times.  This new coronavirus has upended the way we each operate and has sadly brought death and uncertainty to many.   We remain steadfastly committed to the safety and well-being of our staff and customers during these trying times. Thankfully, as a provider of mobile disinfecting services Slick is deemed an essential business. 100% of the services we provide are mobile and contactless - this means our customers can keep doing what they have to do during this pandemic with the peace of mind that their vehicle is clean.

What is ADS?

ADS is a mobile disinfection service that combines a CDC-approved Coronavirus antiviral disinfectant with steam extraction to provide ubiquitous effectiveness for both hard and soft surfaces.  ADS stands for Antiviral Disinfectant + Steam and is Slick’s unique and powerful 2-phase approach to killing the Coronavirus that causes COVID-19.  ADS’ disinfecting solution’s key ingredient is EPA-labeled and is approved for efficacy against Human Coronavirus, including COVID-19, and is found on EPA’s List N.  ADS is EPA-friendly and produces no run-off or waste of any kind.  Each Slick service van can disinfect up to 15 vehicles per hour.  Alltools and materials needed to deliver ADS is self-contained within each Slick service van including a steam generator, power source, water handling system and antiviral disinfectant spray devices.  Due to the newness of this coronavirus, there are no guarantees made, but Slick’s ADS service is an effective option for reducing risk and helping restore a safer and healthier business environment.

  • EPA-approved efficacy against the Human Coronavirus
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Unique 2-phase attack against viruses
  • Rapid Deployment
  • Able to handle large volumes
  • Cost effective (prices start as low as $35 per vehicle)

About Slick

Founded in 2016 by successful entrepreneurs and established leaders, Slick is a technology company with a modular service platform, designed to deliver managed vehicle care, all performed in a a mobile fashion, such as PMs, cleanings, disinfecting tires, brakes and refueling - in rhythm with our customers’ and partners’ needs and in an environmentally responsible way.


This service memo contains statements that constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements include Slick’s claims that ADS will help businesses quickly and thoroughly suppress a wide variety of serious pathogens; provide an effective option for reducing risk and helping restore a safer and healthier business environment; will kill 100 percent of bacteria and viruses on hard, non-porous surfaces; can serve a broader public health purpose than its current commercial use; and should prove to be a very important step in helping to remove pathogens from facilities. The actual results of the Company could differ materially from those indicated by the forward-looking statements because of various risks and uncertainties, including without limitation, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the potential impact on global economic conditions and on capital and financial markets, changes in consumer behavior and demand, the potential unavailability of personnel or key facilities, modifications to the Slick’s operations, and the potential implementation of regulatory actions; economic and competitive conditions which may adversely affect Slick’s business; climate and weather trends; competitive factors and pricing practices; the Slick’s ability to attract and retain skilled workers, and potential increases in labor costs; uncertainties of litigation; changes in various government laws and regulations, including environmental regulations; and the impact of a U. S. Government shutdown.  All of the foregoing risks and uncertainties are beyond the ability of Slick to control, and in many cases Slick cannot predict the risks and uncertainties that could cause its actual results to differ materially from those indicated by the forward-looking statements.