Washing a car, like bathing a baby, is best when done with a parent's loving touch or a trained technician’s skilled hands. Pamper your four-wheeled child with today's Groupon: for $10, you get an on-location car wash from Cherry.com (a $29 value). This Groupon is valid for mobile, on-location washing services anywhere in San Francisco for vehicles parked in public-accessible areas.
Seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Cherry.com dispatches car-sluicing teams that locate and cleanse parked vehicles queued via online check-ins. In an effort to protect the environment, the mobile technicians wash sullied rides with fully biodegradable solutions and water-conserving portable sprayers, according to TechCrunch.com. Customers may leave their car unlocked or unlock the doors when washers arrive to let staffers sanctify automobiles' interiors and french braid seatbelts. Along with notifying owners when cleaners are on the way and when they're done, Cherry.com features a post-wash rating system customers can use to provide feedback on their wash. Check out the company’s FAQ for more information.
A car stands waiting, tucked into a parking lot or driveway or on an unassuming street. Dust covers the back windshield, and the hood sports splotches of dirt and other day-to-day detritus from the mean streets and its even meaner birds. Without warning, a stranger approaches, bearing ecofriendly wash solution and a water-conserving car-wash sprayer, and begins the heroic work of restoring the sullied auto to its pristine state. So goes the work of the skilled staff of Cherry.com, a mobile-car-wash company favorably featured by CNN and Mashable. After checking in their vehicle's location, motorists await a text message letting them know that a Cherry cleaner is en route, and a second message informs them that the transformation is complete or that the car, like a cat, fled at the sight of water. Though tips are included in the wash price, Cherry encourages clients to rate their ride's revivification and rewards its team accordingly.