The unrealistic portrayal of cars in TV shows leads children to believe all cars have squealing tires, thunderous engines, and the guts to talk back to David Hasselhoff. Give your car a new image with today's Groupon: for $10, you get a Platinum car wash at Greenwich Avenue Solar Car Wash in Stamford (a $21.95 value).
Using solar power to heat water and generate electricity, Greenwich Avenue Solar Car Wash restores roadsters’ original sparkle without damaging the environment’s shine factor in the process. From sun-saluting perches on the roof, thermal panels work on their tans and cook up warm water to the tune of a million BTUs every day, and photovoltaic cells and man-sized hamster wheels churn out supplemental electricity to power the Platinum Wash package. After a general sudsing of the exterior and an undercarriage rinse, the clean team establishes vehicular force fields with preventative applications of sealer wax, a triple-foam shine treatment, a clear-coat protectant, and a Rain-X treatment. Wash wranglers blast gunk from wheels with concentrated jets of water, while a wheel brightener and Black Magic tire-dressing gussy up wheels in time to impress first dates or compete in black-tie demolition derbies.
Lest auto interiors become jealous of newly-laved outsides, the transportation tamers at Greenwich Avenue Solar Car Wash finish each treatment by vacuuming up driver detritus from the seats and floors, washing the rubber mats, and whispering sweet nothings to the center console. Though Greenwich Avenue Solar Car Wash is open every day, they shutter their shop in the event of rain or killer bees.
Greenwich Avenue Solar Car Wash
The solar panels positioned on the roof of Greenwich Avenue Solar Car Wash are responsible for the facility’s warm water, which ably pries dirt and smears off cars. The solar photovoltaic panels, likewise, produce electricity that powers the car wash, making this spot an earth-friendly facility as well as a place where cars can recapture their cosmetic luster through wash packages and detailing. As cars move through the wash tunnels, kids can take aim with a spray gun and participate in the experience.