What You'll Get
Going to a car wash is safer than using white-out on windshield smudges or parallel parking between two waterfalls. Opt for a less risky wash with today's Groupon: for $85, you get a presidential deluxe detail for a car or an SUV at Mr. Perfection Inc. (up to a $219.95 value). This Groupon is valid at five parking-garage locations; all garages provide discounted parking rates for Groupon customers ($10+/day, not covered by this Groupon).
Mr. Perfection Inc. meticulously makes over shabby wagons with a three-hour internal and external mess-excavation process known as the presidential deluxe detail. After washing the exterior and removing bugs, techs treat it to a clay barring, buffing, and waxing, which fastens a radiant shine to the auto's surface and protects it from the dangers of dirt and pessimism. Cars roll through a lot of filth during their daily drives, so the staff will also tidy the tires, dress the rims, and clean out the wheel wells.
A thorough interior cleanup follows—first, Mr. Perfection himself will mosey inside the car to put down dirt rebellions with the barrel of a vacuum. Other services include a steam cleaning that plucks dirt particles from the carpet's fibrous grip, a leather and vinyl conditioning, and a tender detailing for the dashboard. Before returning your ride, the cleaners will toss in a new air freshener to keep the interior smelling as nice as an air-freshener factory.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 15, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Parking available at discounted rate, extra fee applies for parking. 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.