Full Detail Service for a Car, SUV, or Truck from Graham + Sons Auto Detailing Services (51% Off)


Value Discount You Save
$175 51% $90
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In a Nutshell

Professional detailers gussy up a car, SUV, or truck inside and out, hand washing, polishing, and vacuuming to achieve an ultimate clean

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24-hr cancellation notice required. Valid within 50 miles of zip code 28208, $10 charge will occur for all locations beyond 25 miles. $25 fee may apply to vehicles considered to be in extreme conditions.. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

$85 for a full detail service for a car (a $175 value)
$99 for a full detail service for a SUV or truck (a $200 value)<p>

Staffers perform the following services:

  • Hand wash
  • Perform clay bar paint treatment
  • Polish exterior
  • Clean and dress tires
  • Clean door jams
  • Vacuum interior
  • Clean dashboard and center console
  • Clean and condition leather and vinyl
  • Shampoo carpets and fabric seats<p>

A detailing service might revive the shine on sullied chrome, but that mirror-like material isn’t just for looks. Check out Groupon’s guide to the purpose and process behind a chrome finish.

Chrome: Beauty and Brawn

A car’s gleaming grill or a motorcycle’s shining exhaust pipes sure look pretty, but chrome plating is just as much about function as it is about style. True to its name, chrome contains chromium—a hard, rust-resistant metal element that, when overlaid on another material such as nickel, steel, copper, or plastic, results in a bright and durable finish. This combination of a radiant, bluish-white sheen and resistance to corrosion has made chrome a popular coating for appliances, industrial tools, and—of course—automotive trim.<p>

Chrome is applied using a process called electroplating. After a quick dip in acid to remove any oxides from its surface, the material is coated with copper and nickel and transferred to a solution of chromic acid and another catalyst. There, an electric current attracts charged chromium ions to the material’s surface, locking in the bright, silvery shine much as a coat of varnish locks in the pioneer spirit of a Lincoln log.<p>

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