What You'll Get
A spotless car attracts favorable attention from the opposite gender, avian graffiti artists, and the person whose house you just drove it through. Make a clean getaway with today's Groupon to Performance Detailing. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get a mobile detailing service for an SUV, van, or full-size truck (a $198 value).
- For $88, you get a mobile detailing service for a car or light truck (a $176 value).
The Performance Detailing crew deep-cleans vehicles at homes, offices, and other convenient locations within Lee County, saving customers time and gas money. Each latherer brings everything necessary for a thorough scrub and shine, including H20, soap, and a car-sized toothbrush. Using less than a half-gallon of water, human hands lovingly wash the auto's exterior, sudsing away dirt, oil, and lipstick stains from former paramours. Rather than driving SUVs down waterslides, the detailer uses clay bars to dislodge pollutants that bond to the paint and cause nasty oxidation scars. A wax, polish, and glossy tire-dressing top off the exterior makeover, making car-complexions glow like radioactive disco balls. Inside, no-nonsense shampoo evicts grime from carpets and floor mats as conditioner massages leathery areas, leaving them as clean and soft as the day they were mass-produced.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Performance Detailing
Understanding the hard work put into buying and maintaining a vehicle, Performance Detailing's technicians harness that same work ethic as they lovingly scrub transports inside and out at homes, offices, and other convenient locations in Southwest Florida. Techs arrive at locations sporting everything necessary to complete the scheduled detail package, whether for automobiles, boats, RVs, or antique penny-farthings. They expertly hand-wash exteriors—using less than a half-gallon of water for most vehicles—before applying a protective coating of wax. Rather than driving transports down water slides, the techs often use clay bars to dislodge pollutants that bond to the paint and cause nasty oxidation scars. Inside, they use shampoo to evict grime from carpets and floor mats as conditioner massages leathery areas.