Today's Groupon gets you a car wash, wax, and light interior cleaning at Keatley Detail, a new premium carwashery that pampers autos with the tender care most people reserve for friends, pets, and lonely mail carriers. You get a Stage One detail, which includes a thorough exterior wash that scrubs the bugs off the grill, gets the grime off the wheels and wheel wells, and rubs the muck off the underside of the bumper. The interior cleaning squeegies away peanut butter smears on the window, wipes off peanut butter on the dashboard, cleans the peanut butter out of the center console and door jams, vacuums up globs of peanut butter embedded in the carpet, and spoons old peanut butter out the ashtray to make a peanut butter sandwich. Then Keatley's detail-devotees slather your ride with a thick coat of wax until it gleams brighter than burning barrels of peanut butter.
Keatley Detail's fast and friendly sedan-scrubbers give your ride deft detailing while you lounge in leather sofas watching a big-screen plasma TV, surfing with free WiFi, and drinking a complimentary beverage. You can schedule your wash online or call, then drop your car off (this Groupon is not good for pick-up service). There's a fridge with complimentary drinks and peanut butter snacks, and if you crave high culture with your carwash, Keatley has a downstairs gallery that showcases local artists.
Yelpers give Keatley Detail a perfect five stars:
- They work quickly but still pay attention to small details many other detailing shops would gloss over...Everyone at the shop is also very friendly and personable. – Gerald T.
- excellent finish !! they did a good job. 5 star for the facility. – H A.
- Great service, skilled staff, and competitive prices. – Kevin L.
Rebel with also a Car
The year was 1961 and Ace "Johnny" Brandish was 16 and wild. He combed a comb through his slick, blond hair, tipping it up like a peak of meringue. There were only two things he loved in this world: being a rebel, and his 1957 Mustard Shang Automododge with rapid-fire steering, hamlocked brake chargers, custom chrome pinions, aerodyne sport caps, and an AFM radio with all the top hits. He popped his chewing gum, and also chewed a toothpick, while he rolled a cigarette. He threw it away (tough guys don't smoke).
Just then, Blondie Mondell, came out of the bowling alley with a cotton-candy-colored sweater and an armload full of school homework. She was also late for singing practice. She gave him a once over, like the trouble he was. "Want a ride?" he asked, already knowing the answer. Singing practice could wait.