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What You'll Get
Semitrailers are harder to clean than cars because of their inability to fit through standard car washes and their refusal to take baths without a gargantuan rubber ducky. Keep your regular-size ride nice and neat with today's Groupon: for $55, you get an interior and exterior auto-detailing package from Mr. Perfection Auto Detailing (up to a $129.95 value). Redeem this Groupon at the Motor Mart, Seaport Hotel, John Hancock Tower, 28 State Street, or Atlantic Wharf parking-garage locations. The detailing service requires a minimum of three hours; all garages except the Motor Mart location charge parking fees ($10+/day, not covered by this Groupon; prices vary by location).
Mr. Perfection Auto Detailing meticulously makes over shabby wagons with an internal and external mess-excavation process known as The Mini Detail. Cars (a $109.95 value) and SUVs (a $129.95 value) purr as their newly preened pelts are waxed by hand and their tires and rims receive a motorcar mani-pedi including cleaning and shining. Technicians delve inside to vacuum and steam clean rides' insides, degrime windows, and wipe dashboards of child paw prints. Mr. Perfection Auto Detailing leaves a spritz of air freshener and rewards the bravest and most well-behaved autos a post-op lollipop.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mr. Perfection Inc
The technicians at Mr. Perfection Inc thoroughly clean vehicles inside and out with a variety of detailing packages. In addition to hand-washing services, clay-bar treatments, and steam-cleaning carpets, seasoned car-care experts can remove dings or dents, replace windshields, or tint windows to conceal foreign royalty longing for life among the common folk.