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What You'll Get
Slow motion adds dramatic effect to a scene, which explains why so many action heroes exit car washes completely soaked from trying to roll up their windows. Prepare for a climactic car cleansing with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get five The Works! car washes at Carisma Wash, valid at two Houston locations (a $50 value).
Carisma Wash's fully automatic soft-cloth system bestows motorized buggies with quick, gentle, and spot-free washes. During The Works! car cleansings, four different applications of soap target grime on the body, chrome, glass, wheels, and tires. Computer-controlled, car-loving robots adjust to the shape and size of your ride, massaging the exterior with gentle suds, soft-cloth wheels, and the freeway-scented aromatherapy that cars love. In four minutes total, cars are washed, rinsed, and dried—all while their owners relax indoors. Drivers can use free, self-service vacuums post-shower, sucking up spare change and squatting colonies of Cheetos. Carisma guarantees all washes, and will rewash the autos of any unsatisfied customers for free.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must redeem washes in full by 3/6/12. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Carisma Wash
The computer-driven wash tunnel at Carisma Wash scours vehicles in four minutes or fewer, but that doesn't mean cutting corners. In fact, during the brief cycles, a parade of mild, wet, and grease-cutting soaps coat the body, tires, and windows of cars four times or as many as it takes to remove hitchhikers from the roof rack. Wheels covered with soft cloth gently scrub grime while passengers stay comfortably seated inside.
Washes range from the basic Touch It Up to The Ultimate, which encompasses everything from UV protectant to an undercarriage scrub. After an air dry, customers emerge and grab self-service vacuums to free interiors of crumbs and nephews who fell between the seats. Employees stand by their handiwork, granting patrons a free wash if they're not satisfied after their first spin.