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What You'll Get
Unlike language, cars don’t only become dirty when you stub your toe or lose a basketball game to a computer. Fight the curse of dirt with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$75 for a Deluxe OmniClean interior and exterior detail for cars (a $159 value)
- Hand wash of exterior, wheels, and rims
- Tire dressing and treatment of exterior rubber silicone
- Hand wax of exterior and doorjambs with liquid wax
- Reconditioning of all vinyl and leather
- Shampoo and vacuum of all upholstery and carpeting
- Interior and exterior window cleaning
- Thorough cleaning of all dashboard vents and openings<p>
$95 for the above detail for a small SUV (a $199 value)
$120 for the above detail for a large SUV (six or more passengers), truck, or van (a $249.99 value). Click here for a list of large SUVs.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to availability. Not valid for Hummers, buses, trailers or extended vehicles. Extra fee depending on the size and condition of vehicle. $50 extra fee for Suburbans, Cadillac Escalades, Ford Expeditions and Lincoln Navigators. Valid only at the Natick location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Car Spa Detailing Center
What began as a cleaning business more than 20 years ago has blossomed into Car Spa Detailing Center’s two full-scale locations, with Joe DeBarros at the helm since their inception. From its bases in Cambridge and the Natick Collection mall, a team of acute technicians conditions vehicles with a menu of services ranging from express details to all-out auto-spa detailing with hand washes and liquid Simonize waxes. They lovingly swab every nook and cranny of cars ranging in size from compacts to large SUVs, trucks, and vans, polishing the outside and leaving the façade wholesome enough to play Abraham Lincoln in Presidents' Day parades.