Before car detailing, wax only existed for candle making and polishing the king’s collection of Most Improved King trophies. Give your car the royal treatment with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$18 for a 30-minute Express detail service and a voucher for a Platinum wash (up to a $37.98 total value). No appointment necessary.
- Interior vacuum
- Dashboard wipe down and window cleaning
- Orbital hand wax
- Tire dressing<p>
$69 for a 2 to 4-hour Bumper-to-Bumper detail and a voucher for a Platinum wash (up to a $147.98 total value)<p>
- Simoniz wax applied by an Orbital polisher and hand finished for a deep gloss
- Carpet and floor mat shampoo with steam treatment
- Compressed air and detail brush interior cleaning
- Shine cleaning and protection for dash, center console, and door panels
- Tire shine<p>
The Platinum wash includes:
- Presoak shampoo
- Soft-cloth wash and buff with hand towel dry
- Underbody flush
- Triple shine and tire shine
- Clean rims and whitewalls
- Citrus sealer<p>
Though this merchant sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
Super Car Wash
Since opening its first location in 1977, Super Car Wash has grown into a thriving car-cleaning kingdom with 10 locations in the metro area. George, Todd, and Ryan Gesund and Heath Stack lead the effort to sanitize vehicles with sophisticated touchless air dryers and energy-conserving, computer-run gear. In addition to employing the robotic wiles of high-tech machinery, they protect paint jobs with coats of Simoniz wax and use biodegradable Armor All products and tear-free shampoo. The auto experts even offer free self-serve vacuums to clean out car interiors. Their commitment to the local community is manifest in a long history of supporting schools and nonprofits through fundraising assistance.
“tip generously. they do a fantastic job and entertain your requests of which areas you want more thorough cleaning.”
“Very kind and did a fine thorough job. ”
“The company was polite and the guys did a good job. It was pretty simple. ”