Full Interior or Exterior Detail or Both at SaeClean Services LLC. (Up to 68% Off)

Anchorage

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$200 68% $135
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In a Nutshell

Experienced technician thoroughly cleans vehicles inside and out, restoring them to their showroom sparkle

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Valid within 25 miles of 99502. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Three Options

  • $65 for a full interior detail ($200 value)
  • $65 for a full exterior detail ($200 value)
  • $125 for a full interior and exterior detail package ($300 value)

Oxidation: Iron’s Greatest Weakness

A car wash can do wonders for your vehicle’s self-esteem, but it can also help protect your investment. Learn how to keep your car in one gleaming piece with Groupon’s study of oxidation.

A tiny nick in a car’s paint job is a little like a lit fuse on a stick of dynamite. Over time, both can blow a hole in the side of your car. Though a piece of exposed steel isn’t as dramatic as a flaming fuse, both undergo oxygen-fueled chemical reactions. In the case of the chipped paint, the destructive culprit is oxidation, better known as rust. This reddish-brown compound is actually iron oxide, the product of iron’s exposure to oxygen and water. (Since car frames are usually made of steel, an iron alloy, they’re naturally vulnerable.) If left to its own devices, oxidation will transform more and more of the metal into this much weaker substance, prone to crumbling and erosion. The addition of salt to the chemical equation—whether from seawater, road buildup, or an overzealous drive-thru attendant—only accelerates the process.

A simple coat of paint is enough to form a barrier between the car’s frame and the invading moisture and oxygen of the surrounding environment, but little scrapes and scratches tend to befall even the most careful driver—and then there are all the parts beneath your car that don’t get the benefit of a paint job. The best way to thwart oxidation is to wash your car regularly, since even a thin layer of dirt can trap moisture close to the car’s undercarriage and spur rust. Applying a coat of wax before the year’s first snowfall will help protect the car’s exterior, and a thorough rinse of the undercarriage in the spring will clear out any salty build-up and snowman eggs. Spring is also a good time to thoroughly clean your floor mats to thwart oxidation that might rot your ride from the inside out.

Customer Reviews

Carpet looked fantastic and the car actually had a new car smell at 130,000.
Randee B. · June 25, 2016
Chio was great to deal with and my truck looks awesome inside and out!
Steve C. · June 7, 2016
He is very detailed. Easy to get scheduled in a timely fashion. Did a fantastic job on my SUV! It hasn't looked that shines since I drove it off the car lot. I'll recommend him to all my friends, clients and co-workers
Christina G. · April 16, 2016

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