The invention of the horseless carriage revolutionized transportation and forced horses to settle for jobs as professional carousel riders. Keep cars groomed with today's Groupon to HWB Car Wash in Burbank. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get three deluxe car washes (a $64.50 value).
- For $69, you get a complete auto detail (a $175 value).
The technicians at HWB Car Wash use paint-safe Lammscloth fibers, earth-friendly soaps, and 90% reclaimed water to keep vehicles and the planet clean. During the deluxe wash, streams of soapy water purge automobiles' surfaces and underbellies of dirt and debris before a polish wax, triple clear-coat wax, and clear-coat glaze join forces to produce a burnished exterior. Technicians wrap up the 15- to 25-minute car-spoiling session by tossing in a nose-scintillating air freshener and dressing the tires in an age-appropriate blouse or highwayman's vestments.
Along with washing exteriors, dressing tires, and polishing paint with Carnauba wax, the four-hour complete detail includes a meticulous series of interior-sanctifying services. Experienced auto-wizards unleash the power of sudsy shampoo to lift temporary tattoos from fabric surfaces; alternatively, they apply a special conditioner when dealing with leather-based dwellings. By the time cars drive away into the sunset, their windows sparkle, their consoles gleam, and their wheels squeak like the cleanest of cheese curds.
HWB Car Wash
The staff at HWB Car Wash believes in taking care of the environment as well as it takes care of cars. Every vehicle that comes through HWB finds itself lavished with biodegradable cleaning solutions, recycled water, and gentle Lammscloth, an alternative to cloth and nylon bristles that doesn't corrupt the painted finish or overexcite the hood ornament and cause an embarrassing scene. All week long, the eco-friendly and polar-bear-friendly waxes, polishes, and dressings transform dirty cars into sparkling vehicles, and detailing attendants brush and buff away stubborn rust, stains, and blemishes with an armory of shampoos and solutions. While vehicles revel in the attention, motorists can peruse the gift shop's collection of greeting cards for an appropriate way to apologize to the GPS navigator for responding to its suggestions by rebelliously reciting Frost's "The Road Not Taken."