As the founder of DryceNation and supporter of 70 dry ice cleaners around the globe, it is a very artistic and physically demanding process. The shop that cleaned this car is one of our members and is highly qualified.
Anyone in the SE part of the country are welcome to visit the DryceLab here in Central Florida.
We provide all things dry ice car related and will be cleaning my newly acquired 1991 NSX with 710 miles. Updates on the process can be followed under builds as we are an official NSXPrime vendor.
Anyone is welcome to ask questions about any aspect of the process, equipment, techniques, and costs.
I've personally cleaned over 120 cars over the past 4 years. Mostly my own. The typical hourly rate is $250/ hr. $50/hour represents the product. So, $200/hr is labor.
If you come to the DryceLab you can watch us make dry ice from.liquid Co2.
It's a complicated and tricky process. I don't recommend renting equipment as it never is set up correctly for results like you see here. It's not a pressure washer.